Specialist, Oklahoma City, OK - April 28, 2016
The company presents a positive atmosphere. During my interview process the recruiter just listened about my goals and aspirations, which is very excellent to know if things will merge well. The second interview was a panel with your supervisor, manager and a veteran associate. (Now when I say associate i dont mean it demeaning but it could be seen as such, think of the veterans as long term employees that are a calm voice of reason.) the third interview is with the COO.
The positions themselves are extremely repetitive, this would be because it is the medical industry so you'll be dealing with insurances, patients/customers, sales reps, and doctors facilities, you have to be careful of the statements you make as reprucusions will exist.
The company gives positive benefits such as free breakfast, meeting goal gifts, and food trucks. On site gym can come in handy as well. If you watch the bachelor and can talk the thunder you'll have a friend in every cubical. Only a handful of supervisors and managers are excellent and know how to manage people. My supervisor was so amazing I wanted to stay just because of my immediate supervisor.
Also degrees are not need as seniority seems to be the way to move up. I am not talking down about education but it helps to know that time and money was well spent in a secondary education. You'll be paid to do the same task (non-negotiable) and not think outside the box.
The company is still growing so keep your eyes open and you'll see the CEO, CFO, and COO almost daily.