Payroll (Former Employee) – San Antonio, TX – March 19, 2017
Former contractor in payroll. They do not help you look for a better job even if one is available and you tell them your unhappy and miserable working where they placed you. Read all fine print before signing anything. If they end your contract you need to go in person within 48 hrs and ask them to place you somewhere else or they will not want you to receive unemployment. They paid about $4 less a hour then what the permanent employees are getting. They do not pay you for jury duty, holidays, or vacation or sick. Only worked hours. They promise you their looking to place you somewhere better and they dont. Look on their website and they have better jobs for you but will not offer them to you. All about the money they can make off of you.
Building is nice and employees seem professional
Dont reply to emails, dont care about you, ignore request to help you look for better job
administrative assistant (Current Employee) – San Antonio, TX – December 30, 2015
Deacon staff are polished and caring. The staff agent assigned to me has sent me on assignments only with the most excellent companies, and continues to consistently work to secure me both temp and temp to perm jobs.
Patient Access Representative; Radiology Scheduler (Current Employee) – San Antonio, TX – October 14, 2015
Management cares about how you grow and develop, they are very supportive, positive, and compassionate. However, the compensation provided by their client in the medical field is not competitive for the work skill set.
Medical Records Technician (Former Employee) – San Antonio,TX – December 19, 2012
When i was with Deacon i worked for Christus Santa Rosa Hospital. A typical day was starting off prepping medical charts for scanning; after I scanned and indexed them in to our EMR sofware (Meditech) we would file them. I would also fax, email, and talked to Doctors directly throughout the day. I learned a lot from working at Christus including time management and fundementals from taking a course with Six Sigma's Kiazan program. I wouldnt say that there was a hard part working here, I really enjoyed it.