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How well you get alone with others. Huh, I was a social worker for 7 years, a Practice Manager for 15 years and have been in departments when I had to supervise up to 30 people. Really that's the type of questions you ask me.

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As a social worker with 7 years of experience and a Practice Manager with 15 years of experience I get alone well with others.

No surprise. I worked there for 9 years. They have the name recognition, but once you're in the system, you see how they really are....

Yes these people are over kill and their pay system is week for such a large system. Do your research with them because you will jump through hoops without the pay.

Asked If I ever had problem employees. Asked what salary requirements were. Discussed my past work experience.

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How do you handle conflict

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Asked if I was ready to put my hard hat on

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Tell me about yourself? What is your pet peeve? 5 things you like and dislike at your current job? How would your bff describe you?

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What is your compensation expectation?

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I was asked to describe my management style.

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- What is your biggest strength? - What is your biggest weakness? - What is your biggest professional accomplishment? - What is your pet peeve? - Describe your work history. - Describe a time where you did not agree with your supervisor. - Describe a time where you interacted with a disgruntled co-worker/customer. - If your suggestion was shot down by the rest of the managers, how would you respond? These weren't all of the questions, but just some that I can recall.

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Director: Review this P & L and explain any items that need reviewed and if the practice made money that month. I explained extensively, as I know what I'm looking for and at. He made me stop after two statements. Seemed kind of angry.

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