I have been working at Washington State Hospital Association full-time (Less than a year)
I appreciate WSHA's hands-on onboarding approach between managers and new employees while also giving that person the opportunity to work independently and bring their unique experience (the reason they were hired) to the job - a hard balance.
The industry is fast paced and always changing. It's a lot to juggle while also learning how to do your job. WSHA staff helps through cross departmental information sharing.
Advice to Management
Accessibility to management is something I value here. Not only access to my manager but also other leaders within WSHA. The WSHA executive team talks the talk and walks the walk. They demonstrate they are invested in the success of all employees, not just the ones they manage, by making themselves available and a willingness to share their expertise.
I applied online. The process took 4 weeks. I interviewed at Washington State Hospital Association (Seattle, WA).
Phone interview and 2 in person interviews....HR screened me and then I met with the staff I would be supporting. Pretty basic questions and then an edit/review test of a document. Overall, easy interview but could cut down to only one in person interview
They hardball, they want to pay you the lowest.
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