State of Ohio
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Helping develop coping skills for people in need. The bond you develop with the individuals and your co workers is so rewarding.
Answered March 4, 2022
Tell about a time when you had to deal with a lot of data. What steps did you take to handle data? How did you ensure you provided customer service while handling data? What would you do differently? What did you learn?
Answered July 20, 2016
Interviews involve 1 HR rep and 1 supervisor from division. Both ask if questions need repeated, signaling that your answer is incomplete. There is pressure to accept their offer to repeat each question, which drags out the interview. Really odd how they do this. There’s also a behavioral style question about diversity and inclusion which surprisingly encourages employees to delve into their co workers culture and appreciate it! This seems like a trick question designed to disqualify you for the job for overstepping, but they expect employees to be proactive in other’s lives. Very inappropriate and uncomfortable question that shouldn’t be state endorsed.
Answered September 13, 2016
A month only because my BCI/FBI Check had to get mailed otherwise I could have started in 2 weeks from my offer date.
Answered July 20, 2016
I work in a small behavior health facility. HIM department is small. Very relaxing and easy going.
Answered July 26, 2016
Answered May 17, 2021
Flexible. You don't get stuck working the same shifts for months. Of course first shift positions come with senority. First shift 7 to 3 second shift 3 to 11 third shift 11 to 7
Answered July 20, 2016
Why does one work for over 8 years as am Intermittent Worker and is never offer a position, even after passing Sever State Test, with a decent score of 81 and higher on some occasions. And watching New employee come in off the street and not last thru their 90 day probation .
Answered March 17, 2017
8 hours. If you're Union, you are also entitled to two 15-minute breaks and you have to take at least a 30-minute lunch
Answered February 19, 2017
It can be slow at times but when I want something done I expect you to bend over backwards.
Answered July 14, 2017
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