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Miami, FL
1001 to 5000 employees
Company - Private
Health Care
Unknown / Non-Applicable
Serving Medicare Patients in Miami-Dade County
Thank you for your interest in pursuing an employment opportunity with Leon Medical Centers. Our fast-growing company employs over 2,300 professionals dedicated to serving over 42,000 patients. Leon Medical Centers has ... Read more

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    I have been working at Leon Medical Centers full-time


    Overall good company to work.


    None that I can think about

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    Social Worker Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate in Doral, FL
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    I applied through other source. I interviewed at Leon Medical Centers (Doral, FL) in February 2015.


    I applied for a Social Worker position a year and a half ago. Human Resources department called to inform me they did not have any open position at the time but they would keep my resume in file. After two months, my grandfather who is a good friend of an administrator was able to speak to human resources department about my interest. I received a call from a staff member who was not polite and quickly asked me what education I had (despite it was written in my resume) and told me they do not hire MSW's, only LCSWs. At this point, I was disappointed and lost interest in this company. After a year (last week), the administrator requested human resources to call me and make an appointment for an interview (again, without an open position). I arrived 25 minutes before my appointment, as I entered their Doral office, I was not greeted, there were four older individuals waiting in the lobby and two young individuals all who spoke Spanish as their first language. Apparently, waiting for their interview as well. It took 15 minutes before the receptionist had me check in and at this point my appointment was delayed. Staff came out to call some of these people already waiting and did not greet the others. After 35 minutes since I had arrived, the receptionist told me the person who I was there to see had an unexpected meeting that would take several hours and needed to reschedule for tomorrow. At this point, I was livid. I did not reschedule as I feel this was unprofessional from my interviewer and the company proved to me there are no values. I took the day off from my current job, woke up extra early and drove 20 miles for a cancelation. The interviewer did not have the time to come out and at least apologize in person either. This is disappointing. I cannot prove there was an actual unexpected meeting, but if there was or not, interviewees deserve an apology in person (even from another staff member not being the receptionist) and perhaps a telephone interview later that day to avoid any bad impressions. Discouraged by their lack of professionalism.

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