Occupational Health Specialist (Former Employee) – Sioux City, IA – May 4, 2016
at first the orientation month and 1/2 in Kansas City, was like being at camp. It was all good, expenses paid and all. Got to meet some great people in training. But little by little the hyped up idea of the job I was sold on was falling apart. 1st you start changing account executive like every week. these are the people that are in charge of your work life, where you go how long your there, making sure travel arraignments are squared away. So when they start to drop like flies you can see how the communication starts to fall apart or lack if you will. Then the promises of your own mobile unit ready to rare and tare. I was fortunate enough to actually get a brand spanking new rig...stocked with pretty much every broke outdated technology there could be to do this type of job. I had tech issues EVERY SINGLE DAY OUT ON THE FIELD. That is not an understatement. Customers upset because of the loss of production while your holding up their employees trying to fix this junk machinery. You work alone all the time, you travel to places out in the middle of no where. NO INTERNET EVEN WORSE PHONE RECEPTION. a lot of time no GPS either. You really need to be tech savvy, a loner and completely independent to do this job. The money can be very good, the hours will absolutely suck.
The money and having a week off work every 5 weeks
EVERYTHING ELSE hence why you get a week off so you dont lose your mind. TRUE STORY
Occupational Health Specialist (Former Employee) – Overland Park, KS – October 14, 2016
This job started out great. Training was stressful but I was able to get assistance whenever I needed it. The second you're out of training and on your own it's a whole different atmosphere. Communication between the office and a field tech was horrible. Work orders on a weekly bases had Mistakes in them or were just missing information like hours traveled. Equipment is out of date. You'd be lucky to get on a truck were there wasn't an issue. The per diem for lodging is not good.
You're given a list of phone numbers your first week of training. Once you're out on your own and start calling those numbers, it's like talking to the wall. They'll ignore your call or pick up and suggest you call someone else.
Useless Supervisor, AE's (CSC's)
Great IT department.
Training department was Okay.
Communication, Out Dated Equipment, Per Diem, Lazy Supervisors, Lazy AE's
Certified Occupational Health Specialist (Former Employee) – Overland Park, KS – July 13, 2016
The bonuses they promised were not payed to employees. They ask employees to drive out of DOT compliance. Had to babysit payroll every week, shorted EVERY week. Per diam is a joke....$26 a day for food, $55 for hotels on average. Some places make $15 an hour, some $11. Trucks are not in DOT compliance.
Data Entry Operator (Former Employee) – Overland Park, KS – March 17, 2016
From the very first day I had computer issues. I have never worked for a company that is this disorganized and incompetent. I would get screamed at daily by one or more individuals. Always felt like I was walking on glass barefoot. It took over 4 weeks to even get set up on the computer just to time in and out.
They keep hiring knowing there is no desk space available. So there were 4 typists stuck in a conference room that the temperature was at least 60 degrees, if that. You would be cold even wearing a sweater, sweat jacket and a coat. The turnover is unbelievable. Actually not surprising considering the deplorable working conditions.
The job is very stressful and your health will suffer from it. Believe me, I know.
Occupational Health Technician (Former Employee) – Overland Park, KS – February 20, 2016
It was a great experience working there for me. I got to travel all over the USA and got to see a lot of memorable places, that would of not gotten to see if I had a 9 to 5 job. Met a lot of awesome people and some not so awesome. I was single and have no kids so it was easy for me to travel and work and not being home much.
Medical Assistant (Former Employee) – Overland Park, KS – February 23, 2015
this job is fun but too many fake people and some people shouldnt be managers. The workers tg]hey have dont even follow the HIPAA POLICY. The office workers dont care because they are never in the office. The supervisor is worse, going behind your back first they say your doing a good job and they throw you under the bus. Dont waste your time. 7.00 is not worth the hassles and the crazy drivers.
Data Entry Processor (Former Employee) – Overland Park, KS – January 26, 2015
Once I would arrive to work I would get my work out of the drawers and complete the folders to be sent off to the next department. I learned how to enter test into Data Pipe. The management was very understandable and flexible. The hardest part of the job was just learning how to do a different departments job but I was able to handle the work and get the hang of it quick. I really enjoyed interacting with my other co workers and learning more about the business as the days went by.
Scheduling Agent (Former Employee) – San Diego, CA – May 15, 2013
Each day at Examinetics I would call clients to schedule their yearly physical exam. This exam is free to each individual and every appointment that I scheduled I earned a small commission. While the commission wasn't much at the time I loved to see the numbers get larger as I scheduled more appointments. I learned my first customer service skills with Examinetics and enjoyed speaking with clients from all across the United States. I worked with many friends and enjoyed the time I spent working and during breaks and lunches with coworkers.
Driver/ Tech (Current Employee) – U.S. – April 17, 2013
If seeking employment here as a truck driver then think about your career overall. The equipment(trailers) is a DOT nightmare. If you value your CSA score maybe you should look elsewhere. I've been the driver/ tech on two units. Both trailers are loaded with problems. Bald tires, frame cross members rusted through, brakes out of adjustment or out of spec, underbelly storage mounting broken in places, I'm sure there is more if you spent the time under the trailer. I have no intention of harming myself or the motoring public.
decent pay and travel. mostly nice hotels
unit managers power trip, huge fines and possible incarceration if an accident occurs while operating this equipment.
Vice-President of IT (Current Employee) – Overland Park, KS – January 14, 2013
I enjoy working with a great team of individuals within the IT department. Examinetics has many hard working employees and I cannot say enough of the dedication from our technicians, who perform the daily work, up through our supervisors who insure everything continues smoothly. Behind the scenes we have many employees who continually dedicate many hours to keep things running.
This was a good company to work for but 65 hrs a week on the road, was not worth it in the long run.
audiologty and respiratory fit mobile technition. (Former Employee) – Kansas City, KS – June 19, 2014
Examinetics was a good company to work for overall great people Good working conditions,good equipment, the only down side to this co. is the hours you may work early shift one day then the next you working grave yard and so on.plus 65 hr a week.It just wasn't worth it.
Unit Manager (Former Employee) – Overland Park, KS – April 6, 2014
Improve work hours. Added paid training certifications programs to advance career to management. Administrative skills. Overall good. Co-workers help other as needed. Last minute changes and long hours. Patient appreciate prefessionalism.
Wage freeze for past 3 years. Not many advancement opportunities. "Down-sizing" by putting increasing responsibilities (without additional compensation) to remaining individuals. Secretive about company initiative's/goals. Lack of appreciation for employees.