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I never tell anyone because they price gauge people and I don’t want them to think I had anything to do with it

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It depends to someone but I need to do 8-10 hrs n 40-50 week

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Phone interview then an in person interview

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In the beginning, I enjoyed it. That quickly went down hill due to poor work environment, poor management, and being overworked and under-appreciated. I was driven to leave and now have changed fields completely because they ruined it for me.

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I applied for HVAC Tech. Position in January 04 2018. I got a call for interview in February 03 2018 . Feb. 13 I got a offer letter. Now waiting for backround Check and physical. My est. start date is March 13 2018.

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4 weeks to get the time off you want is difficult

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Raises occur annually on a competitive rate

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Should learn to value a excellent physician that is hard working and dedicated to the hospital and to their patients. Also should listen to nursing staff more, to understand needs and concerns instead of his own feelings. Medicine is medicine and not a business, not a company but true health care. When you stop listening to nursing staff and medical staff and start listening to the company and your grudges and feelings, you make bad decisions that affect your hard working medical staff and loving, caring nursing staff. Analyze better the situation, value your physicians, nursing staff and you will make smart decisions. Don’t misjudge a book by its cover but by its content.

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Typical benefits

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