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Pittsburgh, PA
51 to 200 employees
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    I have been working at Kindred Hospital NorthShore part-time

    Pros

    Easy hours, Great boss, and good pay

    Cons

    Having to work the holidays

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    Anonymous Employee in Highland Park, IL
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    Application

    I applied through an employee referral. The process took 1 day. I interviewed at Kindred Hospital NorthShore (Highland Park, IL) in February 2012.

    Interview

    Interview, medication math test, rounded with a nurse manager. The interview was pleasant and non-threatening. I was asked about my previous experience as a nurse and why I was qualified to work as a nurse in the ER at this institution. We talked about ER nursing and what the job would entail, different scenarios and how I would manage them. How I manage conflict resolution should that come up with a co-worker. I was asked about my strengths and weaknesses as a person and how I could add to the unit, and how I could improve as a person.

    Interview Questions

    • As mentioned above, I was asked about my strengths and weaknesses as a person. In terms of how this would be impacted on the unit I was asked how my strength would be implemented as a nurse and how I would adjust my weakness and improve it.   Answer Question
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