It's been sooooo long since I've interviewed for a position, and today I went on an interview for a home health agency...
She told me coverage area, responsibilities, when orientation would start, etc.
At the end of the interview she asked if I had any questions....well "YES, what is the rate of pay?" Valid question, I would presume as I am there to get paid...she said "that is up to Kimberly in Human resources once we have verified your work history and you have cleared your background check."
I've been in hospital nursing for 10 yrs and granted, i've only worked at 4 hospitals and I was only hired by 2 and transferred to sister facilities, but they ALWAYS gave an INDICATION of rate of pay...
Has anyone else ran into this? I mean, HOW can you POSSIBLY say IF you are INTERESTED?????
if you have NO IDEA what your rate of pay, or even a ballpark figure will be......I mean if you offer me $20/h, no i'm not interested, but if you offer me $35/visit, yes i'd be interested.
Am I just being weird, how can you possibly make a decision of interest?