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I have been working at The University of Vermont Medical Center full-time
Nice coworkers and focus on patient and family centered care is excellent. Benefits are very good and reasonably priced.
No merit increases. Annual raises pretty much match cost of living, give or take, based on annual rating, so hard to make more salary--it takes years to move through the salary band for your job.
Advice to Management
Bring staff in at higher levels in the salary bands, or risk losing them to external employers. Promote more from within.
I filled out the application form and received a call from the recruiter within a week. We had a very positive discussion and agreed that my qualifications met and exceeded the requirements for the position. Likewise, we discussed mutually favorable logistics for start date, work hours, training schedule, etc. Overall things seemed to go very well and we left off planning to schedule an in-person interview the following week.
Two weeks have passed and I have heard nothing. I've reached out multiple times via multiple avenues with zero response.
If they've filled the position with another applicant, that's fine...I'm happy for both parties. However it is unprofessional to leave other applicants hanging without ANY contact, especially when an applicant has reached out for a simple status update multiple times. This makes me question the professionalism of the HR department and frankly I doubt I'll bother to apply for jobs here in the future.
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