Very Easy Interview
I applied in-person - interviewed at Kindred Healthcare in February 2009.
Interview Details – was at that time very pleasant exp.
I applied online and the process took 2 weeks - interviewed at Kindred Healthcare.
Interview Details – Apply Online, Called, and Scheule an Interview with the Supervisor, and then had a panel interview, and lastly met with the HR for paperwork, the process takes like 1-2 weeks
Interview Question – Basic questions, like teamworks, situational questions Answer Question
Negotiation Details – Their wasnt really a lot of negotiating because they use like pay scale , and determine how much you should make for your years of experience.
Per Diem gets paid more, but you work less hours,
part time and full time gets gets paid less, but includes healthcare and other benefits,
Very Easy Interview
I applied online and the process took 4 days - interviewed at Kindred Healthcare in April 2013.
Interview Details – They were very detailed on what you know, experiences, why you want to work here and what would you make you different to be a positive addition to their team.
Interview Question – i didnt really have any unexpected questions i do know I forgot to ask about pay rate. Answer Question
Negotiation Details – they offered me the position i wanted and fund out the pay rate which amazing surprised me in a good way.
Interviewed at Kindred Healthcare
Interview Details – Hiring process was pretty straightforward. It consisted of one on-site interview. During this one time, I met with other technical gurus, the Manager, and the Director.
Interview Question – Most difficult question was actually not hard. Describe how you would _____. Answer Question
Reason for Declining – Received better offer at another place.
I applied through a recruiter and the process took 2 days - interviewed at Kindred Healthcare in March 2009.
Interview Details – I faxed my resume on a Sunday and was contacted by the Healthcare Recruiter on Tuesday. I had an interview on Thursday and was offerd the position pending reference checks that day.I started 2 weeks later Very straightforward hiring process with no fear of not receiving an offer since I was offered.
Interview Question – Why did I choose their company over others? Answer Question
Negotiation Details – Salary was presented as is, but it was a fair offer.
I applied online and the process took 3 weeks - interviewed at Kindred Healthcare in April 2013.
Interview Details – I applied online and was called by HR a couple weeks later. The HR lady asked me some questions about background, ACUTE care exp, Certifications and license's, etc., after answering about 10-15 questions, she then offered an interview with the company. I accepted, gratefully!
The interview consisted of meeting with the DON, and he asked me nursing scenario questions; prioritizing patients, etc., and critical thinking. THEN I met with a "panel" of employees, 3 of them, and the next 45 questions consisted of how I would fit in with other employees, etc... Personality questions... I was a bit taken back by one person on the panel as she was pretty aggressive and reading her expressions was scary, one was very nice and the other didn't stay awake and I would have to clear my throat when it was her turn to ask a question..., BUT none the less a week later I was extended a job offer, pending my background check and UA, etc... I have to say though, I was SHOCKED by the pay! I took a $6.00/HR PAY CUT!!! I am praying to GOD that the medical benefits, etc., will balance out the pay loss, or I will not be able to accept this job opportunity after all... I am worried about this as I HAVE to have good medical for my family. I will take the hit, but can't if I am paying high premiums as well....I wish I could find out online about their medical/dental, but am having no luck so far. I am getting mixed opinions rather than any facts.... So I guess we'll wait to meet with the HR personnel... I would LOVE the experience... But sadly enough, experience doesn't pay the bills.... today anyways. The exp would pay off down the road though!
Negotiation Details – I was SHOCKED by the pay rate! I am taking a $6.00 HR pay cut to work here.... IF the medical/dental are good, then I can take the hit. If they are not, I will have to decline. I have to provide medical for my children, and will not be able to buy my own on that low of pay. I am worried sick this weekend and looking for more info on the subject.
I applied in-person and the process took 5 days - interviewed at Kindred Healthcare in January 2009.
Interview Details – Normally 2-step process, with division VP approval
Interview Question – I thought all interview questions were very straightforward. Answer Question
Negotiation Details – Straightforward. No lowballing.
Interviewed at Kindred Healthcare
Interview Details – hiring recruiter contacts you after filling out online application. she speaks with you on current position, schooling, and career goals. then called in for a question.
Interview Question – What are your weaknesses Answer Question
I applied online and interviewed at Kindred Healthcare.
Interview Details – I had a pleasant conversation with person on the phone. The part was to take a personality test via the web. Sid i would need to get a score of 50% or better to be consider. I do not understand how you score these? There is no right or wrong answer. As of this date I haven' heard back yet. guess I didn't make the cut, who knows. Has anybody else applied here and took the test. Did they explain the Score?
Interview Question – nothing really unusual asked View Answer
I applied in-person and the process took 2 days - interviewed at Kindred Healthcare in April 2009.
Interview Details – Will usually present you with scenarios that you may encounter to see how you would respond
Interview Question – If you have more than one emergent situation at one time what would you do ?Answer they want is you will call another nurse for help. View Answer
Negotiation Details – Well they offered me more than my previous job so not much negotiating
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