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Hostile, at the Fort Worth hospital and Arlington hospital. The HIM Director, the CEO at Fort Worth whom just recently left, the administrative assistant and medical staff person at the Fort Worth hospital, stay away. They are Terrible. No discipline is done. They treat you any kind of way, but as soon as You speak up, you're the one written up and/or fired. That place needs new management and new employees.

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Don't do it! Point, blank, period. If you love yourself and care more about your mental health than money, walk away. Don't even waste your time.

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Benefits are available and a bit expensive but it should get better for 2019.

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Background results don’t take long its the whole process hiring new employees takes about 30 days from time of position was offered to employee
The problem is once you start you will regret it because of how long it took them to get employee started and you will end of fired or having to quit because of such bad environment and makeing employee feel worthless dumb and not needed and yes doctors have there favorites and will always listen to favorites and doctors will do everything in there power to get you fired

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There are no issues

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Terrible Management

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What makes me qualified for the position?

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The duration between application submission and being hired. After you have been selected and accepted a job offer, the pre-employment process takes on average 30.

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I dread it

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As long as PTO was available, the manager would approve it with 2 weeks notice.

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