I applied through an employee referral and the process took 3 months - interviewed at Addus Healthcare in December 2012.
Interview Details – I had 4 interviews that spanned over 3 months. The HR coordinator's screening interview was first and she also handled the details of the process (which were handled VERY poorly). Over time (3mths) I had 3 other interviews with the Regional Director, The VP of Home & Community and the COO. These interviews ranged from 1hr to 1.5 hours long and each person began theri questioning by asking me "Given your education and background experience, WHY DO YOU WANT THIS JOB?" In between interviews, I was asked to take 2 different online assessments. I NEVER spoke to anyone face-to-face. I was asked to provide references, which the HR person asked ME to contact and arrange times for HER to question them, then FAILED to uphold those times. The paperwork and details were shoddy and unorganized, to say the least and later my benefits would end up being severely mishandled.
Interview Question – Explain to me where I should start and how I shoudl go about building the market in your metro area? View Answer
Negotiation Details – There was not really a true negotiation. I was TOLD that (after discussion with the regional director) the budget would not allow for me to be offered a salary that was/is average ($65K). I later came to find out, that this discussion never actually took place and that the budgetary contraintswould likely not EVER be overcome.
Pros: All employees are not equal in ability, integrity and sensibilities. Nor are the workers. It takes money to make money! It is time you spent some money now or pay big money for lawsuits later when someone dies from neglect or abuse. – Full Review
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