Do not pretend to be nice, hard working, team player, compassionate and confidential just to land the job. You will be discovered very quickly and you will be adding to an already stagnant pool of people already iemployed. PLEASE DO NOT accept the job as a float nurse if you know that you are working elsewhere or going to school, these are conditions that make it worst for your coworkers who will be depending on you. Research the input required from you before you accept the job. This once in your life honesty counts.
Make sure that everything is in writing and reviewed by the lawyer before you sign the job offer.
Never talk bad about your current or former employer. It would automatically disqualify you as a potential candidate.
Cancel your interview and keep looking somewhere else
Be professional! This is medicine...and that's what your patients expect of you.
Answered - LPN - OB/GYN DEPARTMENT (Former Employee) - Rye, NY
Don't waste your time, especially if you are planning to join the administrative team.
Answered - Intern (Former Employee) - Purchase, NY