I have seen the good and the bad working here. Good things are people you work with, benefits package is really nice and the payroll deduction makes life a little easier as well. There are a lot of ways to grow within the company, which is a very large benefit to those seeking to advance their careers.
I have read through some of these reviews about how employees are treated unfairly and things like that.
While I feel the services that Reid offers are quite nice, I have to say that there is favoritism amongst management and employees, the growth that is happening is too much and too fast, and the turnover rate in management is very high. It seems as though you get used to one manager only to have that person moved or replaced and the next one wants to change everything around and has different expectations. It can be quite confusing at times, however I have found that asking what is expected seems to be quite helpful.
So my advice is...if you want to gain experience in a hospital or office setting, apply. If you are put off by people's comments, then it is probably better that you do not apply.