Appeals Writer/Specialist (Former Employee) – Bridgeton, MO – September 2, 2017
I think the account representative I worked with was good. This was a temporary service out if Florida. That's all I have to contribute. I worked for them for 5 months on a project in Bridgeton, Mo. The person I worked with was very nice.
Custom Solutions Revpresentative (Current Employee) – Winter Park, FL 32789 – July 7, 2017
Work on older claims and billing from several hospitals and resolve issue for payments Manager has great open door policy. Hardest part is resolving accounts over 3 years old. the best experience is collaboration with others and helping each other with accounts.
Assigned to Conifer; equates to working in a sweat shop. I enjoy noting about the job. Conifer (the assignment) make it known as a contractor you can and will be replaced. Conifer is Health Scouts only client
Healthcare scouts is a great company to work for rather looking for something in the nursing field or administrator they have something that well suit your needs and career choice. The salary are top pay compared to other agencies throughout northeast ohio. Over all the recruiter are very professional and its a simple process when applying for these positions. I would highly recommend this agency to anyone.
National Recruiting Consultant (Former Employee) – Winter Park, FL – December 28, 2016
HealthCare Scouts was a great work place. They provide a great work life balance. It is a recruitment firm so you obviously have to work hard. If you are just expecting a 9-5 then this isn't the place for you. You have to work hard to see the products of your work. But the people are great and I would love to work there again.
Richard Sidaui/ Angel Duran RN Manager (Former Employee) – Winter Park, FL 32789 – October 10, 2016
My experience with this company has been nothing short of phenomenal. I was well informed of the position, company, and who I was going to meet before I was interviewed by the hiring team. I knew exactly what to expect on my first day of work. My recruiter Richard checked in with me several times throughout the weeks leading up to my start date. He called me on my first day to check in and see if I had any last minute questions. He was very knowledgeable and professional throughout the entire on boarding process. I would work with this company again in the future on any other assignments.
Recruiter (Former Employee) – Winter Park, FL – December 17, 2015
Scouts has potential to gain exposure to many aspects of sales. It will help give you a thicker skin. You will learn a lot (if you can last longer than 3 months) Be prepared to be a self-starter, as they do not train new hires hardly at all anymore. If you are a go-getter, you will probably progress with the company fairly quick. (If you have ethics and morals, you will probably want to get out and run away within a year.) There is however, high potential to make a lot of money.
Many of the recruiters and most of sales are very kind, and willing to socialize and help out. The quarterly parties are big- you get lots free food.
You do get what you put in- as in making your commission and placing people. The more hours you work, the faster you catch on, and the more stress you put on yourself- the more money you will make.
I did not necessarily hate Scouts and I am not a disgruntled employee who was fired. I made the decision to leave, on my own, and I highly disagree with the way the company is run and how they treat employees.
That being said, if you are looking for a sincere environment, with the expectation of feeling truly invested in, this is not the place to be. Your well-being, your best interests and work-life balance are all not things that you will see at Healthcare Scouts.
Scouts does have great earning potential- I made a lot of money there. However, there are MANY sacrifices that come with that. And a lot of fake praise to try to make it seem like they really care about you as a person. It just all depends on how long you can stand working for a companymore... with very poor morale and culture.
They do a great job at painting a pretty picture during recruitment and interviews. Really great people have come and gone, and many have gotten fired, inappropriately for that matter. Scouts fires people for crazy reasons on a regular basis. You NEED a thick skin to work at Scouts; and hard work will not help you keep your job if you are having a rough time catching on or ramping up.
Messages from the President usually include something like, “Every single click of the mouse you make matters” or “Nothing goes unnoticed”. Insinuating indirectly that they basically watch every move you make at every time.
In recruiting and sales you will need to put in the extra hours and work to make money- and in this case especially, keep your job. This is NOT an 8a-5p job, which would be fine if it were for the right company/job. You will need t work from home in order to be a successful recruiter.
Mandatory overtime is a VERY consistent ritual. About every month or so, leadership will encourage people to work extra hours, and if most people choose not to, they will just demand it from everyone. Even though successful recruiters and sales members always put in the additional hours all of the time without being told, this still continues.
IT and Admins are not able to provide real assistance the recruiters and the biggest reason they claim they can’t help the recruiters with anything is because “they do not have the bandwidth” or time. But, they do have the bandwidth and hours to audit every single thing the recruiters do and generate reports and warnings on it.
The Enterprise team still consists of a few VERY lucky women who were handed already existing accounts from the previous President. They are extremely disrespectful and rude; and for being given all of their accounts and not having to work too hard for anything, they are always the most irritated and unfriendly of anyone in the office.less
big quarterly parties with lots of food, lots of coffee, potential to earn a lot of money but that comes with a high cost