U.S. Department of Health & Human Services
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I am proud of the work I did and the innovations I contributed well working on this national project.

Answered November 12, 2018

none, zip, zero, nada, nothing, there is no sick leave. You don't work, you don't get paid.

Answered July 15, 2020

While temping at this agency, I learned that communication could of been improved. If I was in charge, I would have more meeting to ensure that information was communicated to all personnel to avoid inaccurate information through rumor mill.

Answered May 21, 2019

Applying for job includes reviewing the applications, choosing who to interview, the interview and then hiring.

Answered August 24, 2018

Usually 8-4:30, varies with assignments. 12 hour days usually when on deployment. Can be on call 24/7. Service can be militarized if President declares it necessary (only twice in 200 year history of the Corps).

Answered November 21, 2017
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