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Lots of room to grow!
Patient Accounts Representative (Former Employee), Youngstown, OHApril 4, 2013
Pros: free lunch once a month
Cons: small kitchen for so many workers
A nice place to work. They feed you, take care of you. Of course there are personality conflicts but those are usually nipped in the bud before they become all out office wars.
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Great company to move up in
Supervisor (Former Employee), Norwalk, OH and Middleburg HeightsSeptember 11, 2012
Pros: room to advance
Cons: too big of a company
Quadax will teach you what you never thought you'd learn. As long as you are willing to do your best and learn new things, there is room and advancement at the company for you. They do hire people without experience therefore sometimes creating harder jobs for other people.
Because they are a big company they ahere to many strict rules in regards to – more... dress, absenses as well as work performance/audit results. – less
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A great place to work at and grow with.
Call Center Representative (Former Employee), Middleburg, OHMay 26, 2012
Pros: bonuses
Cons: no breaks
My schedule was Monday-Friday, 8:30am-5pm. I clock in and logged into the phone lines. Answered telephones, our Dept had about 30 different clients, and in different states. So the greeting was different for every client account. I took calls from patients, patients families, attorneys, nurses, doctors and facilities. I had great co-workers, mostly – more... female environment. There were only two males, but they mainly competed against each other on call volumes. The hardest part of the job, was getting a customer that had a loss in the family and had a money problem. Unfortunatly, I understood their problem, sometimes there was nothing I could do, due to what our clients demands. The most enjoyable part of my job, was being told by the caller, that I made their day. Even if it was by just being nice and not rude. – less