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Every 2 weeks of work you earn PTO (paid time off). This PTO is used for holidays & your requested time off. You can accumulate your PTO & you can also cash it in. For example you can earn 10 PTO hours in 1 paid period, 20 hours in 1 month... PTO hours vary by # of years working. I think it's a good system.

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I never look forward in coming into work each and every day. I dislike it here alot. As an EVS worker, the staff treats you like you're nothing. They make messes purposely with no consideration. They lack manners because they know there's someone else to clean it up. I'm just here for the pay. If it wasn't because of the pay I would have been left. The parking is expensive, the point system is annoying, and it's so hard to get another job within Yale. I honestly was much happier at my old job.

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If your interview is towards the afternoon or end of the day, expect that that person interviewing you had already interviewed ten people before yumthay dame day. They may come off rude, annoyed and tired during the interview. My recommendation would be to get that interview in first thing in the morning

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It does not take long at all. There were 4 questions, you have some time to 'think' before you answer. Approximately a minute, then the recording starts and you have 2 or 3 minutes to answer each of the 4 questions.

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It took roughly one month with all the paperwork and interviews. I was recruited by another nurse and spoke with the nurse manager prior to a more formal interview situation. They required a background check / physical / and references. I met with the nurse recruiter for the hospital and the manager of the unit.

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I feel very confident. I love the YNHH organization and I am a very proud employee.

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Getting hired didn't take long like 3 weeks the steps was filling out the application, two interviews, and a walk through the Hospital

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1 or 2 maximum. They now want to hire RNs with BSNs only.

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I work in finance - I have no access to this information

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8 hours a day

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