Pros: paid training, certification for relevant licensing, gym access at some facilities
Cons: short breaks, minimal facilities, parking, non-insurance accounts, isolation from co-workers
When I started, it was for a licensed health agent account, which included training and certification process. While the process of learning for the certification license was unpaid, the training that would then follow was paid. Given the strict legalities and restrictions, there was a strong emphasis on ethics, making it among the best things about – more... working there.
That said, the following account for pharmacy help desk was the most difficult one to endure, due to the significant decrease in pay and the repeated ethical dilemmas the duties of the job would force upon me on a near-daily basis.
What I learned most was of the many facets of the healthcare industry as it stands. While there were co-workers, the nature of the job isolated most of us from each other, much less the management. – less