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I had a phone screening, then phone interview, then a face-to face interview at both practices. The interview at the practices included the practice manager, medical director, case management supervisor, and case management director. Then I had to shadow a current care manager and complete a writing sample.

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I would leave to have better opportunities to grow professionally with a system that wants to see there own people grow with new challenges in order to make UNC a greater place to work. And hold on 5i your very talented staff. Many of us will move on

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Teach Managers and Supervisors that in order to be a Team player you have to have leadership skills. Place them in position to see instead of guessing. No one wants to be unappreciated in their work efforts or retialiated for opinions. If employees can't have a say when it comes to the job they do everyday their performance isn't going to be the best due to lack of communication efforts, teamwork, Management and leadership roles that are not meeting the needs of subordinates.

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10 days PTO per year
All sick days subtracted from that total.

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High Point Regional is going through changes which I hope will be positive for the future.

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Large healthcare facility with great clean facilities that offers many services for patients and families

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Flexible start times but there is no downtime between projects. Must work from home in order to keep the pace.

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I was always willing to work the next day. I enjoyed working for UNC Health Care.

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Called in for Interview around the end of July, interviewed early August, received a call from HR with official job offer at the beginning of September and started at the end of September. It takes a while when you are a new hire.

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