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- Work/Life Balance
- Senior Management
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
I worked at The Henry Ford part-time (more than an year)Pros
The atmosphere, the work, and the people are all reasons to work there. You really get the sense that the museum and village are run by a group a highly intelligent, caring people, who wish to preserve history and educate both the employees and the visitors.Cons
Part-time historic presenters only make minimum wage. It is a great job for a student or retiree looking for a very enjoyable 3-4 day work week.Advice to ManagementAdvice
I know you're running a non-profit, but the employees would certainly appreciate a raise in pay.RecommendsNeutral OutlookNo opinion of CEO
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- Application Details
I applied online. The process took 3 weeks – interviewed at The Henry Ford in April 2012.Interview Details
The hiring & interview process seemed to be what I would consider typical in that it was in stages and was offered as a good-faith offer of employment. The hiring process:
>First, contacted by HR 2 weeks after applying on company website;
>Then I met with Unit Manager approx. 4 days later for a 1:1 interview
>was contacted by HR via phone (approx. 1 week later) and presented with good-faith employment offer ; a date was set for (1) me to come into HR and sign paperwork & (2) schedule Physical (drug screen, vision, isolation...),
>Contacted by HR approx. 18 days after pre-employment requirements were met and offered employment; at this time an orientation date was set for the following week.
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If you were in charge, how would you handle conflict between employees?
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How would you handle a difficult patient/client and or family member?
What are you future career plans?
Do you have any question for me?Interview QuestionsNegotiation DetailsThere was no negotiation phase, I am grateful for the entry-level RN employment opportunity especially, in this economy (I had been looking for awhile for a RN position). However, with that being said as my experience expands I would expect this employer to fairly increase my payrate.Accepted OfferNeutral ExperienceAverage Interview
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