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No, no, and no. You may be subjected to being called demeaning, derogatory names and demoralized on a daily basis. I was employed there a little over 3 years and in that time I had 5 different managers. The last one was by far the most unprofessional. I attempted to transfer out of that department but was told all transfers were "frozen". I was pulled from my desk and sent downtown for a drug screen (which was negative). In the 3 years I was there, the nurse CM's left like pouring water through a sieve, almost 100% three separate times! I would definitely tell anyone considering employment here to run away from this company! I have never been exposed to this type of unprofessional behavior/environment in all my years (25+) as a case manager. Oh, one more item of interest: even though I was hired as a case manager after about 1 year we were told we were no longer "case managers", instead we were to refer to ourselves as "call center attendants".

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None in Florida

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I went straight to a face-to-face interview with two managers. It was not as stressful as I anticipated. The interviewers made me feel comfortable and relaxed, it was like talking to a friend. After the interview, I was contacted two and a half weeks later with an offer from HR for a start date less than a month away.

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As a nurse CM I was salaried, but that doesn't mean what you may think it does. I was told it only meant you wouldn't be paid any extra for working extra hours, but you could be terminated for being one minute late. We were told that very thing in a staff meeting. If you must commute in from anywhere around midtown, then you know how bad the traffic can be-does not matter-we were told to "anticipate how long it would take in case of auto wrecks and construction". I normally gave myself 90 minutes to drive the 25 miles to work, but sometimes it would take much longer. You get two 15 minute breaks and a thirty minute lunch break-not one minute more! We were planning to take a co-worker to lunch for her birthday, which could take close to one hour. Most of us stayed 30-60 minutes late every day, sometimes more, but were not "allowed" to take a few extra minutes at lunch once or twice a year to celebrate a co-workers birthday. Management is unprofessional and demoralizing to say the least. Most of the managers are from Africa and the Caribbean, so perhaps that is their way. Not sure, but I personally have never been micromanaged at this level before.

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Anywhere from 9 to 14 each day.

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No, not in the Atlanta office.

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My offer letter came after they emailed my WOTC. After I returned it I received a call with an offer, then an email to fill out for my background with a third party company. After you return it, an email will be sent the following day with your official job offer for you to accept/decline. It will have details like start date, $$, where to report and your supervisor/team lead...etc.

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HireRight does the employment verifcation. Your dates of employment with prior employer has to match and be accurate. They do a extensive background check. Whatever you put on your application or resume needs to match

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Monday - Friday from 9:30a to 6:00 pm

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