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Put all your Directors, Managers, Supervisors, Team Leaders, etc. through major training on all policies, procedures, & the LAW before they can be promoted into these positions!!! Due to the fact the Manager in Prescott, AZ violated the law of confidential information of employees many times in that office in front of patients that over heard her say many things in that small office. And times she would holler confidential patient info out of her office across the room where other patients could hear it. Not good & not professional. And her head person from Cottonwood did not do anything about it either when our coworker brought it up to her.

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I wouldn't recommend this place for employment, the whole billing department is dysfunctional. Employee's giving there notice daily, & than you have to assume the slack until the next newbie comes in, shortly after they leave too.

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Management in Prescott, AZ also needs to know that it's against the law to reveal confidential information about employees to other new employees about employees medical information such as that certain people have cancer or where the employees live!

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Very high deductible medical, so costly you can't afford to work there!

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Excessive by any standard

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At 1st it was wonderful, requested proper training during my interview, received some training on many areas but only about 5 minutes in the area I was hired for. Then I was told I was going to be doing 2 jobs instead of 1. Then the bullying started up in the work place & was ready to call the labor relation board.

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Being bullied when you want to learn as much as you can & do a good job

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Hear the voice of your staff, allow flexibility.

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Tempe, AZ
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Yes! They are very good at working with your travel and commute preferences!

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