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I have been working at Mayo Clinic full-time (More than 3 years)
Mayo Clinic offers competitive compensation, an ethical and respectful work environment, and significant training and education opportunities in an innovative environment with talented coworkers.
The benefit package is pretty good except for the health insurance, which I expected to be somewhat better given the organization is a healthcare provider. It isn't that it's bad, but the plan I'm under is high deductible with co-insurance.
Advice to Management
Pursue growing telework/telecommute presence more. As the organization moves to shared services, getting the right people is more important than their geographical locations. Many employees are under geographical limitations and you may not be getting the most out of them as the positions they are best suited for may be located too far away.
I applied online. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at Mayo Clinic (Rochester, MN).
The interview was very long but everyone was so kind and welcoming! The placement coordinator gave amazing feedback that helped prepare me for the interview on the unit. I highly recommend preparing for the interview. I looked up behavioral questions a head of time so that I could really think about all my experiences and prepare which ones I could use which really helped make things flow so much better. You also get asked prioritization questions where you have to provide rationale and steps you would take with each patient. Overall a very positive experience!