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Plymouth Meeting, PA
1001 to 5000 employees
Company - Private
Business Services
$25 to $50 million (USD) per year
General Healthcare Resources, Inc. (GHR) has been successfully providing nursing, therapy, pharmacy, and behavioral health & education personnel in healthcare and human services environments since 1993. We believe that healthcare employment agencies should build ... Read more

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    Current Employee - Registered Nurse in Philadelphia, PA
    Current Employee - Registered Nurse in Philadelphia, PA
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    I have been working at General Healthcare Resources full-time (More than 5 years)


    GHR is very active in posting agency nurses. Waiting time is very low. They are one step ahead of the positioning nurses in health care system. There is assist and support at all time. pay is fair. I have worked with Sandra stewart in GHR. I have been feeling she is very much concerned about nurses, following my problems and trying to solve them. Sandra has been very proffetional. Proactive. I have enjoyed working with Sandra as well as April, very much, all the time. I feel there is somebody with me, all the time.


    Mistakes which happens regarding of Pay, and of course underpay all the time!!!! It gets ridiculous sometimes.

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    Anonymous Interview Candidate in New York, NY
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    The process took 4 weeks. I interviewed at General Healthcare Resources (New York, NY).


    I was contacted on linked in about a recruiter position and the recruiter was eager to complete a phone screening that day. I gave her details about my situation via linked in and told her I'd like to informally chat about the position to get a few questions answered to see if this position would be a fit for me. When I called she jumped right into a phone screening and disregarded all of my questions. She didn't have a lot of answers for me. When she asked me to go over my experience I took her through all of my jobs telling her what my responsibilities were, what I liked/disliked, and why I left each position. I was a bit annoyed when I was done talking and she asked at least four questions that I had just given her the answer to. She was not an active listener at all.
    I was told that another associate would be in contact soon- which never happened. It had been a few weeks and I had reached out through email and linked in with no response. I finally got through to the recruiter who assured me the position was still open and my resume would be sent along with the next batch. A week later I still hadn't heard anything so I reached out to learn the position had been filled by one of the original resumes. If I wouldn't have called I never would have heard. I'm sure this isn't the case with the entire company but the recruiter I worked with had awful communication- which is such an important part of recruiting.

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