Contract Speech Pathologist (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – June 13, 2017
Recruiters keep calling and are like sharks. A lot of placements are in areas that do not match what demographics you are looking for and don't take into account basic needs/tools to do your job successfully. Managers are going on great vacations while contractors cannot afford to leave home. No option to spread out summer pay if you receive a stipend. Health insurance is mediocre at best. Large deductible.
Speech Language Pathologist (Former Employee) – Colorado – June 6, 2017
On a typical work day, I reported to my assigned placement. I contacted Soliant only when I had questions or concerns. They communicated with me quickly and resolved any issues immediately. Everyone I interacted with was friendly and helpful. When I interviewed with them, they told me what opportunities they had available, based on the preferences I shared. I accepted the position sight-unseen, which made me nervous initially, but turned out well. I would absolutely recommend working with them and would consider working with them again in the future.
Account Executive (Former Employee) – Tucker, GA – June 3, 2017
Most stressful job ever! There is no job security and managers will push you out the door. It almost sounds something similar to them trying to help you convince yourself that you are not a good fit for them. Trust no one and tell no one your goals and dreams that do not relate to the company. Top performers are not good managers, they are just top performers. The company needs management that they can trust. The turnover is extremely high. For example, why are 10+ people being hired every month, but the company is retaining less than half from each class? You see new faces all the time. You change your seat all the time.
The commission sucked so much! It is just not worth it.
The owner is very nice but I doubt he knows what really goes on outside of his office.The company morale events are nice. If you want to be a recruiter, do it for a company that is not sales/numbers based.
Laid back and you are able to come up with you own work schedule, company events
Account Executive (Former Employee) – Tucker, GA – March 10, 2017
People are nice and friendly. Days consists of making calls, job posting and emailing. Can get very stagnant. It takes a very long time before you start to see any commission, must be able to live on salary alone.
Matt Mitchell, Account Executive (Current Employee) – Tucker, GA 30084 – December 12, 2016
This company is an excellent company to work for. The recruiter did a terrific job orienting me to the company and placing me with a good assignment.I would recommend this company to any nurse that wants a good experience.
fill in Rph (Former Employee) – Great Falls, MT – October 28, 2016
was contacted for a job placement and responded as to where to report for work and NEVER received a response. Unprofessional. The company should follow up with clients and prospective candidates when they contact them to report in for a job.
Speech and Language Pathologist (Current Employee) – Baltimore – October 21, 2016
Soliant Health was my first choice of agencies to work with. My recruiter has been so helpful with placing me at jobs that are conveniently located. She has called me to check up on my satisfaction with job placements. She is always available or returns my messages in a timely manner.
Pay, recruiters are always available and genuinely cares.
School Psychologist (Current Employee) – Calaveras County, CA – April 10, 2016
My experience with Salient is that they work hard to provide you with a position and prepare you for the job and the culture of the organization. If you want to be compensated, you have to ask and negotiate for the pay you want and deserve. You have to specifically negotiate everything because they will try to hold back. Staff is friendly and helpful. Depending on who you work with, communication is not always timely. I was not told that my representative had quit and was assigned a new one after 2 months later. Also they did not tell me my paycheck would be late (after the weekend instead of before), which put me in a bad position. Typically when I emailed or called, I was able to reach the representative. I was not able to meet most co-workers since they all are assigned different jobs. I met 2 other people working for Salient.
Provided a lot of guidance to prepare for interview and job culture
The company is very organized and stable. The employees are satisfied with the stability, but increases in pay are slower than the market reflection. I learned to ask for my cost of living increases and managed my knowledge skills to reflect the need for monetary advancements. The hardest part of the job was the long hours of standing in one place to finish the prescription processing. Finally the most enjoyable part of the job is the ordering and processing the prescription drugs.