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I am proud to say quitting gave me my confidence and integrity back

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Culture is synonymous with lacking integrity. Patient and staff are a low priority.

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Three to four months depending on how long you are waiting for HR.

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Health, Dental, Eye, Health and Wellness, Discounts at many businesses. 401 K

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Going to fail

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Was a paramedic but most shift at the hospital were 12 hour shifts

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Comparable to other healthcare systems

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Expanded a department when you expand a region. In other words, when you take on a new facility or build one. Already have more leadership and staff in place to take on the influx of the expansion.

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This is from their New Hire Website. My guess is this is only for misdemeanors.

Q: I have a criminal record on my background; will this be a problem?
A: All background reports are reviewed by your assigned Recruitment Coordinator. If a questionable charge is discovered it will be reviewed by the Manager of Compliance to determine the severity of the charge in relation to the missions, vision, and values of UCHealth. If more information is needed, you will be contacted and further instructions will be given.

Q: I have a pending criminal record on my background; will this be a problem?
A: Yes. During a background investigation, all charges found on a record must have a final verdict determined by the court in order for UCHealth to determine if a new employee successfully meets the background criteria. If a charge is pending, we will have to delay your start date until a verdict has been reached by the court and dispositioned to your background report.

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