I applied online and the process took 1 week - interviewed at Lahey Clinic in January 2010.
Interview Details – Interviewer was friendly and approachable They quickly sent me to meet a nurse manager
Interview Question – What would do about nurse nurse harassment if I encountered it View Answer
Reason for Declining – Found a job closer to home
I applied online and the process took 2+ weeks - interviewed at Lahey Clinic in March 2009.
Interview Details – My interview process was faur
Interview Question – How did you handle past cinclicts with a superior View Answer
Very Easy Interview
I applied online and the process took 3 months - interviewed at Lahey Clinic.
Interview Details – The interview took a long time. You had to meet with four different managers. The questions were basic. I had to go in twice since one of the managers was not there. I received a tour of the laboratory. It took a couple months after I was interviewed before I started working there. You have to get shots and be seen by the NP.
Interview Question – None. The questions were very generic. Answer Question
Negotiation Details – There was not one.
I applied online and the process took 6 weeks - interviewed at Lahey Clinic.
Interview Details – HR department can be challenging and suboptimally responsive
Interview Question – Standard type interview questions Answer Question
Interviewed at Lahey Clinic
Interview Details – I've received two interviews from Lahey in the past few years. In both cases, I was given way too long tours of their medical departments (which you don't complain about at the time because it seems like they like you). I was told after one interview that I would be contacted to set up a schedule. Never was I contacted after either interview to even let me know if the position was filled or not. Also, you have to pay and park in their garage too (I wasn't offered a pass).
Interview Question – I was asked in one interview why I specifically wanted to be a billing specialist. Answering that I was just getting out of school, looking for full-time work, and enjoyed working with people seemed disappointing to the interviewer. As if she wanted me to tell her that calling up insurance companies all day to verify information was a dream of mine. Answer Question
Very Easy Interview
I applied through other source and the process took a day - interviewed at Lahey Clinic in December 2010.
Interview Details – The interview was set up through human resources. I arrived and met with two people, the department manager and the person I would be working with. There was no problem with my being able to complete the requirements of the position. In fact, the manager commented I was overqualified. This was a part time position, where I would take a huge loss in pay from my previous position. I was very interested in obtaining a position, but not this interested. I was told I could work condensed hours, and choose the days. However, if they got busier, could I take on a more responsible project, and hours? Also, would I be willing to work full time, and if i wanted, I could even work Saturdays. Then, when I was asked if I would be looking for a full time job, the manager became angry when I was honest. It soon became evident this was a one way street.
Interview Question – Are you looking for full time? View Answer
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