White Memorial- RN New Grad 2013 - page 11

by Janetterd

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hi everyone! Who else has applied and does anyone know by when will they start to contact us for interviews? This would be my last chance to get into a new grad program, otherwise I would have to wait til the summer. So please... Read More


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    does anyone know what what the new grad starting pay is? Also is it a different amount if you have a ADN vs BSN? I heard that the starting pay went down from $34 an hour to $26 an hour for new grads this year...I'm not trying to be greedy but we work really hard to get our BSN

    ...anyone have any insight?
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    new grad starting pay for White Memorial that is..
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    My second round interview was much more relaxed and I did get an offer that same day, which I accepted. Yes- the pay is lower than other hospitals but I'd figure beggars can't be choosers. I had been looking for an RN position for 6 months, applying to over 100 positions, attending nursing job fairs, etc and this was my first interview. But if you have options, then you can obviously make a decision based on what would be a good fit for you.

    On another note, the pay does increase after the 4 month training program and after every year at the hospital. Hope this helps! Good luck to you.
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    Hi Anais1999- have they called you to go in for the paperwork or physical? Do any of you know when that will happen?
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    New Hire paperwork will be in January and the physical will be February. The physical can't apparently be done longer than an X amount of time before the actual start date, March 4.
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    Oh ok. I'm eager to get it on paper, I got an offer over the phone and I feel like I won't be sure until then.
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    I know exactly what you mean- I even asked if there was an offer letter that I can sign right away. But they scheduled me for the new hire paperwork in January. I am pretty confident that the position is for sure. At the new hire paperwork is when they will schedule you for the physical in February. Did they schedule you for the new hire paperwork? I mean if you have other interviews lined up, then you should just do it- that's what I did.
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    Nope she didn't schedule me yet, she said I would be getting a call from the HR lady to set up a date and that was yesterday. Hopefully I hear from her today.
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    Ok cool- if you don't hear by noon, I say call them. I think you would have more peace of mind that way. And if you live close, you should stop by. I hate waiting for people...haha
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    Quote from anais1999
    My second round interview was much more relaxed and I did get an offer that same day, which I accepted. Yes- the pay is lower than other hospitals but I'd figure beggars can't be choosers. I had been looking for an RN position for 6 months, applying to over 100 positions, attending nursing job fairs, etc and this was my first interview. But if you have options, then you can obviously make a decision based on what would be a good fit for you.

    On another note, the pay does increase after the 4 month training program and after every year at the hospital. Hope this helps! Good luck to you.

    Thanks for the info anais1999!!
    If you dont mind me asking, was it infact $26 or was it a lil more? if you feel more comfortable you can email me at me same username and just at gmail to the end.

    I go for my second interview next week and I'm really nervous. Thanks again for the insight =)


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