The process took 1+ week - interviewed at Brookdale Senior Living in February 2012.
Interview Details – You have a short phone interview, then a face to face with a nurse. Then they process the background check, may take a week or more. Then they set up a face to face with the ED. Then they call you back for a day in the life. The day in the life consists of 8 hrs following a person around who does the job you applied for. Unpaid 8 hrs. Then if you say you think you would like to work there, they send you home and call you back for a drug test. After that is back, then they call you back for a final interview and an offer letter. Heck of a lot for $8.00 an hr.
Interview Question – What makes you feel that you can provide quality care for our residents? View Answer
Negotiation Details – There is no negotiating. If you don't like the offer you can go to a competitor and make more money, since bsl is not competitive with their salaries.
Pros: Residents are exceptional. The company responds to their needs in most cases, as far as the staffing level allows. The company is increasing its exposure with an aggressive advertising campaign. – Full Review
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