I love the people I have gotten to know working here
Collections, Customer Service (Current Employee), Salem, NH – June 3, 2015
Cons: no one really cares if you are there or not
I have learned that this company doesn't tell you everything when you first start. It has been a good beginning step in starting a career in collections, but not a place to grow or expect great things from. Most of the managers are great people but they really don't have your back when it comes to standing up for you in any case at all.
LPN (Current Employee), New Orleans, la. – May 14, 2015
Pros: Benefits are great.
Cons: Long hours
I enjoy being a nurse. Working in corrections has been a eye opening experience. But I wouldn't change it for the world. I enjoy teaching people information that they do not know or understand. The company that took over has made a lot of changes that everyone hasn't adjusted to easliy. I would like to contiune my journey with the company as well as expanding my skills through experiences.
EMR Technical Support (Current Employee), auburn, ny – April 29, 2015
Pros: Health insurance, Paid personal time, vacation time, breakfast every Friday, use of company condos in Myrtle Beach, free tickets to syracuse athletic events
Cons: Pay is a little low
Working in the support dept, we call Dr offices that are having issues with their EMR software. It has helped me learn about the software and a lot about computers. The co-workers are fantastic. Everyone – more... is willing to help with any questions you have. Management is very understanding and looks to put you in a position to succeed. It is difficult to get up to speed. There are a lot of great benefits. – less
Security Offer/Recption (Former Employee), Riverdale, MD – December 3, 2014
Pros: close to home
Cons: payday was a struggle at times
This job was good for me at the time because I was new in town and it gave me a good start. I don't have any regrets and will always be thankful for the chance to work for the company. I learned that I am far better with people that I thought and this helped me with the job I have today. So for that again thankful.
Certified Medical Assistant/Phlebotomist (Former Employee), Lexington, KY – November 21, 2014
I learned that working in a correctional complex is different from the rest of the healthcare format. I learned that you have to consider that the patients I worked with on a daily basis with were crimincals – more... and there were lines you could not cross. The duties themself were easy to manage and complete regularly. My coworkers were friendly. Management was friendly but not very strong when it came to disputes amongst other coworkers. I enjoyed learning new computer programs. The hardest part about working there was the constant worry about my safety. – less
Mentoring was great. Collecting debts on the phone was very challenging.
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee), Oxford, ME – July 27, 2014
Pros: mentoring, pay deferential
Cons: dealing with unruly customers.
A typical day at work consisted of dealing with angry callers, and trying to set up payment arrangements and or taking payments regarding debts. I learned to deal with unruly customers. I also learned how to mentor new hires that were just starting on the phones. The hardest part of the job was trying to meet production needs and getting people to pay their debt. I loved mentoring.
Teacher (Former Employee), Fayetteville, NC – May 31, 2014
Pros: everything runs according to mandated standards. no shortcuts, no subjectivity.
Cons: sometimes sweated too much of the small stuff, i fondly recall 11/2 hr debate of if backpacks should go in cubby or hallway during an event :)
As a employee, I cannot give enough praise for the support received to ensure every teacher and TA could do their job with excellence. You were praised for your strengths and had others walk along side – more... you and help develop your weaknesses. You always received constructive criticism with suggestions and strategies to be the best teacher you could possibly be. Support staff invested their time into your classroom to provide ways to achieve excellence throughout the entire program. – less