I’ve been working in healthcare for 14 years- the majority of it is ER experience and I am strongly considering learning a new skillset such as Vascular Technologist. I am a single mom with little to no support and would love to work a Monday-Friday job with no weekends or holidays so that I can explore having more of a work-life integration and be with my baby girls. Moreover, I would also like to increase my salary as well. Any suggestions….?
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So I accepted a job offer that doesn’t start till June 5th. I signed the contract to begin onboarding but it doesn’t officially start until next week (onboarding). How bad is it if I reneged on the contract to take a better offer that comes along while waiting for the new job to start? What’s the proper etiquette?
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ProsConcerto is a great place to work, they are very flexible which is absolutely unorthodox and unheard of in dialysis. We have a set schedule with weekends off. The pay is competitive!! Best move I've
ConsOur time depends on how the CNAs in each particular nursing home works.
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I applied online. The process took 2 days. I interviewed at Concerto Renal Services (Lincolnwood, IL)
InterviewI was interviewed by the CEO, COO and General Counsel at the same time. They were all smug, rude and lacked any sense of personality, interest or empathy. The interview was quick (which I was told in advance it would be) and during the interview they all keep looking down at their watches. During the interview they would give each other side glances and smirks as if they had an inside joke. The CEO refused to shake my hand during the initial greeting and when I left neither the General Counsel or CEO shook my hand or thanked me for coming in. It was the most unprofessional and worst interview I have ever had. Afterwards I left feeling hurt, angry and in disbelief that a candidate would be treated with such indifference or disrespect.
During the interview the CEO only asked one question which was, "What can you do for me?".1 Answers
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...Health insurance was pretty expensive....
August 7, 2022
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