EEG Technician (Current Employee) – Florida – July 17, 2018
Different markets have different work loads, it's based on sales in the market. Full time could mean that you work 20 hours a week or less or you may work 40+. If you don't make it VERY clear that your time off is to be respected they won't and even then the job requires that you work a bit calling patients and paperwork etc. the night before ( which will be on your days off ) Requires lots of driving. That being said the company is great and there are a lot of good managers and people to work with.
This is the worst company to work for. The billing Supervisors have no clue how to run a Revenue Cycle. I would show them thing that were wrong the their practices and they chose to ignore them. You will be watch on camera 24/7. Please look elsewhere for employment.
Company is a revolving door. Poor management , toxic environment. Benefits are pitiful. Upper Management is all friends. HR is a joke. The environment and culture strange at best. Everything is micromanaged and over controlled. You will be under camera surveillance by the COO.
Customer Service Representative (Current Employee) – Irving, TX – April 20, 2018
Think twice before interviewing at Alliance. They are very untruthful. Upper Management monitors everything you do down to not allowing pictures to be hung on the wall, to what you eat and where you eat. Labor laws have to be only displayed in bathrooms. They come and go as they please and then watch you on camera from their phones. Upper Management are all friends. Environment is Toxic
Upper Management is a problem. They are all friends. Beware
EEG Technologist (Current Employee) – Boston, MA – December 21, 2017
You get back what you put into Alliance. I feel like a respected member of the team. Very independent job, with good daily flexibility but sometimes unpredictable. Once management realizes you’re a decent tech they do not micro-manage. A part of a fast growing company with a ton of opportunity for advancement. Opportunity to travel anywhere in the country with generous daily per-diem. Brand new car provided, and drive time is paid time. Sometimes disorganized and chaotic, but it seems to be growing pains as the company is expanding at a rapid rate.
EEG Technician (Current Employee) – San Antonio, TX – September 21, 2017
This place is very Chaotic. They run you ragged and do not care about your family life, your health and your safety. Management is horrible. You never have a day off and even when it is your scheduled day off they still bother you. Rude upper management and HR,
Corporate (Current Employee) – Irving, TX – August 7, 2017
I have been working for Alliance more than 1 year. Everyone is super awesome here and the communication is great! They are very informative and transparent with all aspects of each job. The management does not micro-manage and HR always has the answers to any question you may have.
Every department has a team-centered environment and there is always someone to help if you are overloaded with work. It is a growing company so there are obvious growing pains, but once processes are in place, it is a great place to work!
My advice would be to just ask questions before getting into any position so you know the demands and responsibilities 100% before committing (just like you would for any other company).
Company culture, communication, management, team environment
Worst company I've ever worked for. Will run you in the ground, Don't care if you have a family. Unsafe work environment. Going into creepers houses to set up EEG's they don't need. Pathetic managers and company in a whole BEWARE!
bad health insurance no work/home balance always on call
This is a new company who is just getting there feet in the water they are unsure how to manage employees and have an unreal expectation as to the amount of time it takes for each assignment. It was very disorganized.
free phone care labtop and great pay
unorganized unfamiliar with the market unsafe working conditions
EEG Technologist (Current Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – January 18, 2017
This is by far my favorite job I have ever had, though it does take a certain type of person with strong work ethic and self-motivation. There is a training period, but you really learn most shadowing and doing set-ups on your own. Sounds scary, but you have SO MANY resources and EVERYONE is more than willing to help. When you go in-field you are provided a company vehicle, fuel card, food reimbursements (when traveling), traveling opportunities, and work equipment (phone and laptop). What other company will do that?? It is incredibly rewarding to interact with patients. Some times you do work long hours and travel a lot, but healthcare isn't a 9-5 job! Management is very friendly and more than happy to communicate with employees on ways to improve. My advise to applicants/new hires is to SPEAK UP! Whether it be if you want more/less hours, travel, increased training, etc.
Company vehicle, reimbursements, travel, coworkers, management
Set up tech (Former Employee) – Irving, TX – October 2, 2016
There is no work-life balance. They do not care if you have a family to take care of.
Full time employees do not get anywhere close to 40hours a week. You're lucky if you get 20 hours/ week. Time cards are audited and time is taken off is they feel like you spent too much time completing one task.
The training tech is not registered in EEG and has no idea what they are doing. Set up techs are not being taught properly and perfrom bad tests.
Not sure if the 'monitoring' techs are registered or not. Probably not, because none of them know anything about EEG.
Horrible work environment.
Manager is all about himself. If things are not completed step by step his way, you will get fired.
Typical day at work would be following up on my incomplete referrals, going to see current Dr's and also trying to obtain new ones. Hardest part of the job is not having proper material needed to get my job done. Compensation/Benefits are not good at all.
med spa (Former Employee) – Dallas, TX – September 14, 2016
Do not work this company. NO work life balance. Management is never there and you will be run into the ground. Then they don't take accountability for personal actions. The owner has no clue what really goes on in day to day operations.