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I applied and didn't get a call for close to two months. Actually figured they filled the position, then I got a call. Had a phone interview then a face-to-face interview a few days later. Got an offer letter between one and two weeks after the face-to-face interview. You get your health assessment along with your drug test at least a week before starting as they need to make sure the TB test is negative. You have to take two separate TB tests.

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Greet the interviewer by name, with a genuine smile, answer all guestions briefly and enthusiastically.

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Drug screen

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Good and the interviewer was nice

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$1per hour for evenings and $2 per hour for nights

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UH hires certified phlebotomists at all of their hospitals and urgent care locations as well as some outpatient sites. UH does not provide STNA training, but there are many STNA training programs in the Cleveland area.

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I would have a better/less costly medical plan for employees. I would reduce copays and offer lower premiums.

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They do not offer childcare

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I feel it’s a great place to grow in your career and as an individual amongst other growing professionals

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This is a good company to work for.

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