It depends upon the individual and the particular position. Each position undergoes background checking based upon the regulations or requirements from the job description. We use a third party background vendor for pre-hire contingent items. Generally most will be through onboarding within 2 weeks and some as little as a couple days.
Answered by Samaritas
Samaritas is a very slow company. They are slow in every action they take. I have witnessed 2 potential employees take on new jobs because Samaritas was taking too long to get them through the training and interview process.
Hire you on the spot, you will start in about 2 wks
Does not take long atall they hire anyone
It took me a month & some to start, processing documents & filling out a bunch of paper work, on top of drug testing, & a TB shot.
Answered - Dietary Aide (Former Employee) - Grand Rapids, MI
2 weeks, then 9 weeks training.
Answered - Foster Care Case Manager (Current Employee) - Port Huron, MI