Hard work, customer focused, unsustainable company.
Dispatcher Transportation Department (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – August 9, 2017
The work was hard, management likes to use as few people as possible, but it's a for-profit business what do you expect. We were forced into finding our most efficient methods and always had to bend to the customers, which left us with very little control and employee turnover is high. CTCA is not employee friendly. However, the experience there is worth its weight in gold, if you can handle working for a for-profit hospital that churns thousands of patients through your hands with a skeleton crew, you can work anywhere. Which is what you should do, earn some experience there and move on. Management has their hands tied, they're basically placeholders, the executives are where the decisions come from and they all have their heads in their bottoms and their lips on corporate's behinds. I cannot confidently say they know what they're doing, they make fiscal decisions to please shareholders, not business decisions that benefit employees. If you can see it for what it is, a business that profits from a disease and misery, then you'll have no problems understanding the methods. But unless you're superman, you'll burn out.
Good pay, super clean, very attractive women
Unsustainable business practices, no leadership, strenuous work/life balance