Questions and Answers about Oak Street Health

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How long does it take to get hired from start to finish? What are the steps along the way?

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I would like to be consider for a position with Oak Street Health

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If you really want to help people, be patient. I spite of my experiences, I would still have liked to work for this company. Managers who interviewed me were very nice. Employees were very polite and helpful. Everyone seemed to care. I was contacted about two months after I submitted my application. I didn't know my first interview was going to be for a position I didn't apply for. My second interview started out for another position I didn't apply for. When that was straightened out I was interviewed for the position I applied for. Six weeks after my second interview I called for status. I was informed they were looking for someone with other qualifications. The position has been posted for at least five months and applications are still being accepted.

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2 months. Apply . Interview with like 3 different people

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It took me weeks from the day I applied until the day I started the job.
Applied on a Monday. Got an email on Tuesday to set up first phone interview on Thursday. Scheduled in person interview for the next Tuesday. Got the job offer Thursday and started work the following Monday.

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Fill out the application
Interview soon to follow
Depends on how bad the boss is trying to replace you is when you'll get hired.

Answered - Worker (Current Employee) - Michigan

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It takes longer than it should, that's for certain. You'll probably have a basic phone screen followed up by 1 or 2 in person interviews. Just don't expect HR/Recruiting to be punctual.

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