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

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It's based on your overall prior experience(former military/law enforcement etc).

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Norton is busy analyzing the heck out of the "little" people. Low/middle management is the problem. Who is analyzing them? These non clinical managers are causing chaos and noncompliance in the workplace, and sometimes it's even hostile. Please review some of your employee policies, you'll find out WHY turnover rate it high...

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Security Dept had/has a 10 Point per year system with "call offs" dates dropping off the following year.

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