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What tips or advice would you give to someone interviewing at PruittHealth?

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We've made great progress in streamlining our processes to include many steps in the recruiting and hiring process. Each location usually manages the interview process on their own which increases the chances that the process varies by location. We are still working on standardization where possible. We apologize if there was a negative interview experience. We truly are committed to caring and look for new partners who are also committed to caring. Good luck on your interview.

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Its a good place to work. Everyone is very friendly and good to work with.

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Ask about the turnover rate of employees and why

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Unless you know people that work at the specific facility you are interviewing at and know beyond the shadow of a doubt this is not a mismanaged conundrum of a facility like most Pruitt facilities DO NOT INTERVIEW unless it is your last resort and your family is literally starving.

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Don't work at Pruitt. I'm about the 5th person that's saying that...smh

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Go somewhere else where they will appreciate u an care about you.

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Don't do it!

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Don't! That's all I have to say

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Be yourself stay calm and relaxed let them no that you are a team player because team work is what gets you through the stressful days at Pruitt.

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Come in with a smile on your face and leave your problem outside, because these or sick people that cant help thereself. I know they get aggravated sometime but you do to we are humans. So please try to treat everyone with respect meaning your patient ,employee or co-worker.

Answered - Dietary Aide (Current Employee) - Ashburn, GA

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