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Laid back place to work
Medical Biller (Former Employee), Brighton, TNDecember 29, 2013
Pros: small working environment, very close to home
Cons: feeling like i couldn't get enough done in the workday
A typical day at work included posting insurance payments and sending out patient bills if needed.
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Completing insurance exams
phlebotomist (Former Employee), 2000December 18, 2013
Pros: flexable schedule
Cons: own gas money
Confirming exam appointments and then driving to them and completing the exam and blood draw and then processing the paperwork after
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Interesting Place
Promotion Coordinator (Current Employee), San Juan, PRNovember 11, 2013
Pros: learn about a new experience of work
Cons: no benefits, poor salary
Is an interesting and fun bussines, but like everything you need organization to run a bussines and thats where they failed.
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A learning experience on how to imporve and empower consumer on Job placement.
Job Placement Specialist (Current Employee), San Marcos, TXMarch 20, 2013
Pros: travel and meeting new people
Cons: no healthe care
Finding jobs on line, making cold calls, researching employment industries, meeting with consumers/employers, and getting to know their needs and interest. I learned how to be an advocate for people with disabilities. Time management and making work week schedules as needed for job's related situations can be sporadic and demanding. Self-employed; but, – more... work closely with the Director who stresses the importance of accurate information written or orally and the most enjoyable part of the job is when you actually find a job placement and successfully job coached a consumer that you know he/she is making a difference at their job and contributing to their community . – less