Spine Care Consultant (Current Employee) – Tampa, FL – June 8, 2014
The first job I have where I actually enjoy going to work. A place where hard work is rewarded. Much support and encouragement from upper management. Working and building relationships with the many patients, who you walk throughout the process and see get much needed back relief, is the biggest reward of all.
prep daily deposits for posting, learned different systems I like to stay challenged, management was good, but not strong enough to keep LSI strong had too many layoffs, quitting,negative atmosphere, Hardest part of job was nothing really, only when system gave issues, easiest, was all of it, enjoyed my job
pay, benefits of free luches when applicable, cafeteria on site
breaks, negative people, no sense of security, no flex time
Once upon a time, this was a phenomenal place to work. There was honesty, integrity and loyalty. Unfortunately, they got greedy and spent the company into a hole that they will never be able to get out of, all the while giving themselves huge payouts and bonuses. They have no respect for their employees and they cannot be trusted. The management team and their team leads are unskilled college-aged snowflakes that are not qualified to run a hotdog stand much less a surgery center.
There are no pros here
micromanged by college-aged kids who have no clue what they are talking about.
Customer Care Representative (Former Employee) – Tampa, FL – January 20, 2017
I loved what Laser Spine did for people, I loved how they treated their employees in most departments. I learned that having patience and being kind at all times can go a very long way when dealing with different types of people at one time from different backgrounds. It was to far of a drive me at the time (I did not have reliable transportation). I enjoyed the fun atmosphere.
Nurse Practitioner (Former Employee) – St. Louis, MO – January 13, 2017
Poor job/work balance. Favoritism abounds. Management poor and inexperienced. Company states that they are very patient driven, but they are driven by the amount of surgeries they attain and monetary gains. Company having financial distress and at times goes against my ethical principles.
Spine Care Consultant (Former Employee) – Tampa, FL – December 7, 2016
This place is amazing with their culture and everything they do for their patients. BUT... management is horrific. They do not understand anything about work/life balance. You will literally be there the majority of your day. God forbid you get sick... they just fire you.
I very much enjoy my time with LSI. It was my first time working in the corporate world and learned a lot from them. They are very big on uniting employees and introducing everyone to the different departments. I currently work remote for them so my day isn't very stressful because I'm a hard worker. Management is always available to me and I have great communication with them.
Provider/Physician Relations Liaison (Former Employee) – Scottsdale, AZ – September 28, 2016
Great Company to work. Bad upper level management. the work place was great as far as the team I worked with, very helpful staff and direct management was like working with your friends. bad treatment and bad judgement and mismanagemnt on the bahelf of the upper level executive management team, they allowed the company to disassemble and make cuts due to their lack of keeping the accounts dept on top of insurances and reimbursements from the surgeries which effected everyone below that.
Customer Care Representative (Former Employee) – Tampa, FL – September 8, 2016
Lay off's like crazy! One of their "CHOICE Values" is commitment yet they don't practice commitment towards their team. A typical day was hectic. I felt like I was settling by working there. Co-workers were great in my department. My department would be a great opportunity for someone who still lives at home and able to make low income.
With the shift of a new CEO came a shift in the whole company. Lay offs started and and you got the same story everytime on why it was happening. It seemed like every week there was more than 1 person getting laid off. The moral of the company is very low as everyone is scared for their job security. What once was a really big family has become just the opposite. If you are not in personally with new CEO than you are out.
Director of Customer Care (Current Employee) – Tampa, FL – July 11, 2016
Great opportunity to work with a group of very talented people with diverse experience and backgrounds. A young organization, LSI has experienced tremendous growth over their 10 years of operations. The organization works hard to provide the best experience to their patients by being the best in class across all parts of the business model. Unique in direct to consumer approach, it allows potential patients the chance to explore the best approach to his or her individual treatment plan. Rewarding work, as long as you stay connected to the end result of helping people get their lives back, free of pain.
Ambulatory Surgery Center- Medical Assistant (Current Employee) – Mayfield Heights, OH – July 4, 2016
My time at this company has been a really great learning experience. I love the friendly staff and how everyone gets along. The biggest Con is some days you don't know when you are going to leave. Other then that it is a good company to learn and grown in.