ProsFellow employees are extremely supportive and helpful in teaching, night and weekend differential is good compared to other companies, schedule is pretty flexible, and just overall good work
ConsThe benefits could be a bit better when it comes to health insurance and the pay could of course always be better but they have been giving bonuses to help with that.
Committed to diversity and inclusion
Diversity is who we are. Inclusion is what we do. Cone Health is a vastly diverse and inclusive organization and we’re committed to be even more so. Our dedication to ensuring that everyone feels respected, accepted, valued and empowered is real. This is evident in the make-up of our leaders, embedded in our training programs, and given voice by people who are embraced for their individuality.
By clearing the obstacles that prevent our people from becoming their best selves we’re creating not just a workplace, but a silo-free environment that fosters a true sense of belonging. We continually strive to celebrate uniqueness
I applied online. I interviewed at Cone Health (United States)
Interviewfirst interview with recruiter was not bad! Followed up with interview with the director then was asked to shadow. The first interview was only about 15 minutes whereas the second lasted a little longer.
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