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- Work/Life Balance
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
- Comp & Benefits
- Senior Management
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Stable employment and good team work.
Because of its stability and great benefits, people do not leave job or move around. Therefore, you are stuck where you are for a long time.
There is not much investment into educational support
Advice to Management
Communicate to your employees more often.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- Accepted OfferNegative ExperienceEasy Interview
I applied online – interviewed at Mount Sinai Hospital (New York, NY).
The hiring process was a bit confusing. They require a lot of paperwork, not just proof that you are a U.S. citizen, but also what schooling you went to, copies of paystubs, etc. Despite furnishing all this, don't be surprised to get a hostile response when you dare to ask what all this information will be going, and who or what will be handling it. It's OK for them to ask the world, but don't you dare question it.
- They are not clever. Their questions run the usual "why did you leave". Be careful on exposing yourself regarding your birthdate. Although technically they are not supposed to ask that, they can find out easily by asking your highs school graduation date or asking for your H.S. transcript, which they do. All this to be a secretary, is a waste of your time and talent. They do not test for your typing or skill, which is odd. Answer Question
Non-negottiable. They offered a set salary and you can decide to thank them and "think about it". Salary is extremely LOW. For secys, it's $35-38K. Be prepared to take a urine test.
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Mount Sinai Hospital opened its doors in 1919 with 60 beds to serve the burgeoning population of Eastern European immigrants in the Windy City. Its present facility is a 320-bed tertiary-care medical center. Mount Sinai Hospital also trains medical students from the Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine & Science and hosts health research programs. Services include Level I trauma care and Level III perinatal care. Mount Sinai Hospital also operates outpatient and community health centers and offers home health care. The hospital is a part of the Sinai Health System...