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Make sure your dressed accordingly(dressed to impress).

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The process was lengthy as from the time I submitted until Orientation took close to 2 months. So don't expect a QUICK hire.

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Yes, they do, however, it's only $3,000/year, and you have to commit to work for them 1 year per $3,000 that they give you, totally not worth it, in my opinion.

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If you are full time you get 10 points, 1 point per day unless consecutive days are missed

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Too many Chiefs, not enough Indians. Everyday there is a new process from someone sitting in an office without any experience with patient care. Unrealistic goals.

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They don't. You have to apply online using the 559-jobs number and if they're interested they'll let you know if they're not they never pursue you.They outsource benefits, they outsource password resets and testing as well.

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Pretty much you need to know how to read and write and not even correctly... They will train anybody and only pay you minimum wage for it.. They also outsource.

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Security did/does if you work 2nd/3:25pm-11:25pm or 3rd/11:25pm-7:55am shifts.

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Norton's is moving forward, yet the big boss should pay attention to HIM, it is a hot mess.

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