Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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I applied through a recruiter. The process took a week – interviewed at PPR Healthcare Staffing (Jacksonville Beach, FL) in January 2011.
It was over the telephone. I looked on their website for available positions and I was hired immediately
No negotiation their pay rate was on their website
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I applied through a recruiter. The process took 2 days – interviewed at PPR Healthcare Staffing (Burbank, IL) in August 2010.
PPR provided excellent sevrice with a personal recruiter making the hiring process stress-free. All details were taken care of by my expert recruiter. My salary/wage was negotiated and benefits were worked out n a very professional/timely manner. The recruiter was also an advocate for my concerns at the actual worksite. The worksite management was disrespectful of any contract workers (me and 2 others) however, but my actual co-workers were very supportive. It was a large "coop" serving students eligible for Specialized Serv ices. The offer was conditional upon my 1 and only request for a thorough orientation to their system prior to servicing the children. None was provided to me. Direct hire therapists were thoroughly oriented, one-on-one while I was there and I was made acutely aware of this. I was not "direct hire"--I was a "contract" therapist.
I would highly recommend PPR as a recruitment and staffing organization. They are remarkably supportive: They do what is in their power but they cannot control other people's actions. The working worls would be like "play" if they were.
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Salary to an exact hourly wage with a increase from the initial offer/benefit package. Speak with your recruiter. He or she will be your strongest ally and obtain answers for you or put you in contact with the appropriate person.