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I have been working at Advanced HealthCare part-time (More than a year)RecommendsNeutral OutlookRecommendsNeutral Outlook
I like the ease of scheduling, I feel prepared the night before so I can plan my day. It has been ease to get supplies, and if I need help or have a question everyone at provider services have been great.
I would like to call my clients the night before and confirm, I heard we are not allowed because it causes cancellations but in my experience it helps, so they know who is coming and can give me any details on locating them. I do not like getting paid every two weeks, I do this as a side job for extra money so that sorta stinks. I was very worried at the first of the year when we didnt have any assignments for 4 months, since I was new I didnt know to expect this so I almost took another job, however it happened to be a blessing the winter was horrid and I had the flu so being off worked to my advantage.
Advice to Management
I appreciate all you do, I know the charts are being updated but as a provider some screens are not user friendly, exp in the family history there is no way to indicate that the history is not known. Many things like early death, adoption, or grandparents that "died from old age" , leaving it blank looks like I didnt ask.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- Accepted OfferPositive ExperienceEasy Interview
I applied online. The process took 2 weeks – interviewed at Advanced HealthCare (Mesa, AZ) in November 2012.
I got a phone call about two days after I submitted my resume via careerbuilder. At the interview I was asked about my experience, shift preference and pay expectations. No questions or nothing just got hired
- No behavioral or questions you would expect basically they hire you if you got your credentials they dont drug test nor call for references! Answer Question
NO negotiation, no shift differential
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