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Regardless, the Washington Univesity @ St. Louis hiring managers should never leave an applicant waiting to hear from their dream employment location. This is just tactless. I myself have been waiting on and off for two or so years for an answer. Please be kind, hiring managers and respond either by phone or by email so the applicant can either continue, or cease, employment looking. Thank You.

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Varies. Sometimes can be extremely faced paced, and other times much slower.

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Do your homework about the position you applied for and the person you will be working under. Know what they do, what they want, and things like that.

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Peaceful, professional, and organized.

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Learning new thing

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Wash u very maticulous about the hiring practice. They move very slow in attempt to get right person for the jib

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If someone is employed to be a research nurse fulltime and their research assignment is complete I would assume because they were hired on as a fulltime employee they would be given a new assignment to research after completing the first research assignment. When an employee is hired, the job description will list any stipulations for the specific position, such as, after the assignment is complete the employee would need to find a new position.

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Management to be better - too much bias toward favoritism of some. I would make more promotions for ones that deserve to be promoted and make pay to staff better for doing a good job. Too many are given merit raises when it should not be done.

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You receive a review on your job quality

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