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I love helping others and would love to work at Temple. I'm a very patient person and reliable.

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Good place to work a job with good benefits. IT IS NOT A CAREER JOB, unless your a doctor.

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Loved what I did.. Helping my neighbors! Thats how I looked at my job!! Helping people who depended on me to help them meet there needs as to WHY I was hired! Instead I was being harrassed by male staff to the point one actually reported me for not talking to him, such immature behavior from some of the males I worked with totally UNPROFESSIONAL! 😟

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15 days initally and add 5 when employed 10 years

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Depending on how many in house employees applying for same position, and seniority as well. Other than that, not long at all.

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Once a year, if that.

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How long have I been doing CNA work and what do I like about being a care provider.

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5 managers at a conference table asking questions. The whole process took about 5 weeks from initial call back to hire offer.

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Because you'll don't want me there know more

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The future is bright! The health system is an essential part of the Philadelphia region's health care and we have a lot of dedicated employees doing their best to provide excellent care that is safe, appropriate, and timely.

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