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Interviews at Access Healthcare
Anonymous Interview Candidate
I interviewed at Access Healthcare
No follow up communication. Some interviewers were rude and very harsh. Really need to work on communicating better when interviewees reach out. Communication and response time needs work. Dies not let people know outcome of interview
- Basic questions for an interview
Anonymous Interview Candidate in Manila, Manila, Manila
I applied through other source. The process took 3 months. I interviewed at Access Healthcare (Manila, Manila, Manila) in Sep 2019
This was in Manila site. My 2nd time applying after two years.They got an extreme case of geographical/proximity discrimination just when the recruiter saw that I live a few miles away from their location WITHOUT EVEN BELIEVING THAT I CAN RELOCATE IMMEDIATELY, as well too much words with only one point about it.
- Assure us of your willingness to relocate
Anonymous Interview Candidate in New York, NY
I applied online. The process took 3 days. I interviewed at Access Healthcare (New York, NY) in Jul 2018
I applied and probably within 30 minutes I received an email stating that I have moved on to the interviewing process. The email included a link to start a phone assessment. It also gave me detailed information on how long and how the phone assessment was going to be. After I clicked on it, a page came up asking if I was taking it on the phone or computer. Prior to the actual start of the assessment the audio was tested. Each question was asked by an automated system and I had 2 minutes to answer each. Overall it took about 10 minutes. The day afterwards I checked on the status and it stated that the job posting expired.
- Please tell us about your background
Anonymous Employee in [location]
I applied online. I interviewed at Access Healthcare in Jul 2017
When I was a corporate executive in the area of strategic planning, I quickly learned a very important lesson – the best way to ensure strategy implementation is to hire the right people into the company.
- What is your strength?
Anonymous Employee in Des Plaines, IL
I applied through other source. The process took 1 day. I interviewed at Access Healthcare (Des Plaines, IL)
I started with the company. It has been a growing process. I was also told that we will meet a couple times a month to discuss what was needed. We also spent time before or after work to review.
- How much am I willing to learn and teach others.
Anonymous Employee in Richmond, CA
I applied through an employee referral The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at Access Healthcare (Richmond, CA) in Jan 2015
Interview involved very detailed questions, both by the interviewer and myself. The interview lasted about 35-40 minutes and the company made it a very comfortable experience. I first interviewed with the Respiratory manager and then spoke briefly with the CEO of the company.
- What is your reason for becoming a Respiratory Therapist