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nice and chill place to work
Correspondence Representative (Current Employee), Conshohocken, PAJune 23, 2015
Pros: room for advancement
Cons: very low pay
the job is ok.
the people are nice
the training is cool
everyone there come to work on time
they love the holidays
you can wear jeans on Fridays
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Became familiar with extensive health care roles.
Data Collection Specialist (Former Employee), Raleigh, NCJune 4, 2015
While I was at RTI I worked for a Federal Funded Medical Research Study. This was a very hectic job for many reasons but was able to balance and stay a little over a year. I became very familiar with procedure codes, ICD-9, EOB statements, Insurance claims. I was promoted to a Refusal Converter were I was held accountable to collect information from large hospitals that were at one point not willing to release the info.
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horrible
Insurance Inquiry Representative (Former Employee), Conshohocken, PAMay 20, 2015
Pros: n/a
Cons: lunch was to short
Management was horrible. No room for growth, Office environment was to hostile. Couldn't leave desk to use bathroom if you went over your 12 mins grace period through out the day. To much time on the dailer system
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Good inviromenet
Office Manager (Former Employee), USA/ NC/ RTI Park/Research Triangle InstituteApril 22, 2015
RTI has the most professional team which can done the work efficiently to get their goals.
The most enjoyable part in the work is that you can see people form different countries has same efficiency and able to help all of the countries around the work and combine them in one program to solve their problems.
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Shiloh Elementary
Reading Teacher (Former Employee), Shiloh, ILApril 19, 2015
Pros: Small class sizes
Cons: Continuous student testing
Good place to work. I was there 13 years, so several management turnovers. Some exceptional, some tolerable. Great co-workers. Many team players.
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Good place to work
Production Supervisor (Former Employee), Niles, OHMarch 30, 2015
Pros: I enjoyed my job
Each day provided a new challenge, my co-workers were were helpful once you got to know them. A bit of a sink or swim mentality in the beginning but once management saw that you were willing to put in the time and effort they were willing to help.
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Great company.
Field Interviewer (Former Employee), Raleigh, NCJanuary 30, 2015
Pros: flexible hours
Cons: not enough hours.
Exceptional company. Always providing feedback and training. The management is well informed about all the projects and willing to help at any time. I don't get to see my co-workers other than when I go for training.
The hardest part of the job is that there isn't enough hours.
The most enjoyable part of the job is meeting new people.
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Productive place to work
Data Entry Specialist/ Data Analyst (Former Employee), Raleigh, NCJanuary 3, 2015
Cons: very short 10 minute breaks
Enjoyed my employment here however, I wish It wasn't a temp. position.
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typical seasonal manufacturing
Production Associate (Former Employee), York, PADecember 9, 2014
busy during summer slow during winter. New owners resulted in slower workload.
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Working for business who cares about your success
Survey Research Specialist I-III (Former Employee), Research Triangle Park, NCDecember 2, 2014
RTI, International is an wonderful place to work. Management truly cares about your success, encourages your participation in furthering education courses, and the company provides very generous benefits.
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company working as a corporation and not research institution
Field Interviewer (Former Employee), Columbus, OHSeptember 23, 2014
Dedication to advancement of learning at UIUC but RTI has a very hierarchical structure which sometimes impedes their mission of collecting reliable accurate data.
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NA
Wheeled Vehicle Mechanic (Former Employee), Camp Robinson, ARAugust 11, 2014
RTI was like my second home they treated me as if i was apart of there unit. Great people and awesome organization.
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Not A Good Company To Work For
Temporary Worker (Former Employee), Fort Wayne, INAugust 7, 2014
I Was Really Sick, Throwing Up Diarrhea The Whole Nine Yards And They Fired Me Saying I Was Not Dependable And I Had Only Missed One Day
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Productive and fun
Data Entry Clerk (Former Employee), Research Triangle Park, NCAugust 6, 2014
Stuffed and counted and prepared things to get mailed out.
Learned a lot
People were outstanding that worked there
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Great family owed business
Computer Technician (Former Employee), Gothenburg, NEJuly 20, 2014
Troubleshoot computers fix the problems at hand and future ones that may occur.
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poor
Patient Customer Service (Former Employee), Conshohocken, PAJune 25, 2014
There are no set office procedures that pertain to all employees.
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Government
Field Sales & Interviewer (Former Employee), Raleigh, NCJune 18, 2014
A great part-time income that has allot of room for advancements. The company has great incentives and benefits if you hit you company goals they offer great throughout 2 weeks paid training able to work from home and room for traveling.
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interaction
Housekeeper (Former Employee), Starke,FLJune 13, 2014
Pros: great hours
Cons: no benefits
Cleaning rooms the same way every day. It was like a rut, the same thing everyday, but I enjoyed getting to know some of the soliders and my co-workers.
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Smal reading and math groups
Teacher (Current Employee), Flint, MIMay 2, 2014
Pros: see students achieve and grow
Cons: healthcare, pulled to fill in to sub (unable to perform my job)
I work with small groups of 5 students. I will pull groups for half an hour and concentrate on skills they need to be proficient in their testing 3 times a year. Our goal is to have them meet or go above their goals.
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Field Interviewer (Former Employee), Washington, DCSeptember 27, 2013
Pros: able to work on my time
Cons: unruly neighborhoods and people
My work involved knocking on doors of unknown people and convincing folks to participate in a web based interview administered by me. I naturally do well with communicating with all types of people which was a big plus for me. We worked alone canvassing good and bad neighborhoods, therefore I don't have much input on co-workers as we never saw or worked with each other during our assignments. The best part was my positive interaction with strangers, but the hardest part was being able to handle the crowds of youth and their behavior during my work in the field. I would also like to mention that I was the number one producer of of completing interviews with unknowns.

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RTI Salaries

Observer
$14.41 per hour
Field Interviewer
$19.76 per hour
Assembler
$9.39 per hour
Collection Specialist
$25,000 per year
$18.00 per hour