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It took me about a month and a half to get hired on. First step was an in person interview with one manager followed by a group interview with her team. Threw weeks passed before hearing back again to speak with another manager and her team. And one more week to pass before getting the call that I have the job. I won't actually start until January so I'm hoping all the background checks go OK so I can start on time.

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My Boss played favorites and didn't value the opinion of women.

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I thought the hardest part would be the emotions of helping cancer patients. Turned out to be the favoritism and politics. Sadly, this shorts the patients.

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By applying on the internet.

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Steady; it does become busy; yet, prioritization is important.

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Yes they do

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It also depends on your department. If you are on a seven on seven off schedule you do not get any pto. If you miss a day you get no pay.

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40 hours a week

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Great I had no issues great staff working with, they do great service.

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People were always happy at Moffitt, the staff knew they were helping patients that had a dreaded disease and the pt were grateful for the compassion that was shown to them. It was a happy place in spit of the disease

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