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What is the interview process like?

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Interview is different for different people

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Interwiew process took about a week. Submitted resume and got called within 3 days. Corporate employee verified my license, background, CPR certificate, etc. I started within 2 weeks of submitting application. Training took 2 weeks (7 shadow sessions).

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They hired people who said they had their license and then never bothered to CHECK for a license. They hired a CNA for an LPN position, person didn't even know how to take a manual blood pressure.

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Short, you are hired if you have a license and a pulse

Answered - Nurse (Former Employee) - Columbia, SC

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Very unprofessional. At one interview the HSA showed up fresh from the nail shop with the wedges between he toes!

Answered - RN Charge Nurse/Staff Nurse (Former Employee) - Monroe & Columbia

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Show up. Answer a few questions. Boom! You're hired. Pass a drug and criminal background check and you are hired. Problem with your check? No worries. You will still get hired!!!!

Answered - Registered Nurse (Current Employee) - New Orleans, LA

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Long, drawn out, interviewed with multiple people. No one seemed to be able to make a decision. Worst interview process I have ever encountered. Took 6 weeks only to receive an email stating that I was not moving forward with their hiring process.

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Immediate hiring decisions and processing during interview

Answered - Registered Nurse (Former Employee) - Columbia, SC

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Interview was great, hired on the spot I believe due to history of correctional nursing.

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The ladies that did my interview was very nice, just basically asked me corporates questions, NOT related to nursing, one question was what have I done to be innovative in my job/ former job, ummm well being a nurse leaves little room to be"innovative" due to state scope of practice, questions was just not appropriate for position, and I had previous corrections experience. Even the nurse that interviewed me told me she really hopes I get hired because of my experience! And the rudest part, I got an computer generated email stating I was not moving on in the hiring process? Not even a reason why? Horrible! But yet they still put the position out again and again,, CCS maybe take a look at your hiring process for not Being able to fill the position!

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