- Comp & Benefits
- Work/Life Balance
- Senior Management
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
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Great start for a new grad! Teaching hospital! Lots of resources. I started off as a CNA and Im now a Nurse Practitioner. They baby their young and then you blossom into an awesome practitioner.
Scheduling ? Yuck you have to put in your vacation time way in advance!
Advice to Management
Reach out to your employees a bit more, like the CEO, I only see him on the internet! Management is great, very interactive with employees and personable.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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I applied online. The process took a week – interviewed at Mercy Health Services (Baltimore, MD) in August 2013.
I applied online, they called me back the next week for a interview. I came in and had a interview with human resources then I had another interview with the unit manager all in the same day. After the last interview the manager set me up with another nurse technician to briefly orientate and walk me through the floor. After my walk through the manager told me she was going to make her decision between 3 other candidates and I the next week. They ended up calling me back the very next day and told meI got the job. Next, I had to come in for a physical, name badge photo, and to fill out the tax paper work. After that, I just had to wait for my start date which was approximately a month after my interview. They were very cooperative and organized.
- The most difficult question to me would be "What are your weaknesses and why?" , because you don't want to tell the manager your weaknesses because whatever they may be might prevent you from getting the job. 1 Answer
I was able to negotiate the shift and schedule I wanted according to my school hours.
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