You'll be instantly given a job offer (You wont be hired until after lots of drug screens and vaccines though)
You are given very strict time limits to do things, with the threat of termination; while they provide no clues of how long they (corporate/ management) will take to move on to the next steps of training. To explain, I was given a job offer immediately. I was then told I would start work/training within two weeks. It took a month. I had 48 hrs to get drug tested and vaccinated. I did it immediately but then would be on standby with no word from the company for about 3-5 days. I had to go to the MedPost 2 times. So it took two weeks for me to actually be hired and I had to have blood drawn, pee in a cup, and get 5 shots and a TB test. I was fine with this because its a hospital job with babies. But it was a lot of work and it felt offensive for communication to be so one sided, especially since it took so long for my actual training to begin. Online training was a breeze but then I had to wait on the company to set up my credentials with the hospital which took about 5 days. Then I was assigned to a hospital an hour away from home. I had to quit. I had lost a month of real paying work and I had to move on to another actual paying job. Not one that was having me on standby with the promise of being hired. I truly wanted this job to work, but I dont have the money to buy my own set of fancy pants and black dress shirt (takes a while for the real uniform to show up), or the money and time to spend two hours to get to a shift and back . I tried, but I need a job that actually hires me when they say I was hired.
Also there are three mandatory conference calls a week at 9am. Even if you dont work you have to spend an hour in the calls. which are a waste of time, all the info discussed could be condensed into a short email.
Advice to Management
Better communication goes a long way
When a new employee is following the timeline, follow it on your end too. A promises two week process made me quit my other job early, and have no income for two weeks.
I truly wanted this job to work, but I dont have the money to buy my own set of fancy pants and black dress shirt (takes a while for the real uniform to show up), or the money and time to spend two hours to get to a shift and back .