The culture is to ride the coders and oasis reviewers into the ground I suspect the team leads and area directors are as well everybody working ALL THE TIME so I suspect this comes from the top.
They offer insurance and PTO you can’t take more then a week off at a time. They are not flexible with much and like to micromanage the oasis reviewers and coders- they use Skype and are alerted if your keyboard is idle for 15 minutes. Horrible feeling of constantly being watched.
Terrible! I answered the ad for an office manager since I have many years of experience. I had a short interview over the phone and they also scheduled me for an interview with the Columbia SC District Director of Operations. Right after the initial phone interview, they asked me for references and they wrote to them before I had a face to face interview with the district director. Even the third party vendor they use for references, says that it is not fair to check references until they have selected the final one or two candidates. So they are really bothering executives from serious companies to check on you before anything happens. And I won't even go to the district operations manager interview, who did not look into my eyes one single time. He even asked me where I was from - don't they know they have to stay away from questions related to home countries? He was probably shocked at my age, being an older worker... During the interview, he mentioned nobody stays very long there, and he kept making gestures suggesting why I would want to work there... Maybe this company should look into this manager's social media to see how unprofessional he is. Don't waste your time here, totally unprofessional and they pay nothing. My last email from them was thank you for applying and we are considering other candidates that align more with the position. Bunch of lies!
Don’t drug test for marijuana, only test for benzodiazepines and narcotics. It’s 2020 people!
For coders and oasis reviewers-quotas are the highest in the industry- trying to finish in nine hours impossible- no breaks- eat at my desk etc and would still be working 10 hour days. We work from home and me and my colleagues would start 6:30 am trying to be done by 5ish
Promote from within and not advise those qualified that it isn’t your line of care so don’t bother applying. When you ask about your career path, it is vague. In the interview they asked me if I could give them a couple years before promotion, I said yes. Three years and no talk what so ever of a promotion in my future.