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I like where I work, but there needs to be better training and communication. Supervisors need to know how to do your job to help you when you have a question.

Answered August 28, 2020

Stop talking down to employees, especially hard working ones! Really look into your management they severely need training. Understand your employees are people with actual lives and families.

Answered February 29, 2020

I know this is hard to believe but I was never really given an interview. Over the telephone a recruiter initially asked me a few questions to confirm my availability, rate of pay okay, if I had available and reliable transportation and willing to take a drug & background check. Next, the recruiter sent me 4 questions to answer via on line, and then forwarded my answers to Ciox. 2 days later, I received an email from Ciox thanking me for verbally accepting the offer for the job. I do not know if this is their typical way of hiring.

Answered May 11, 2019

Don’t take the job the little bit of money that you’re underpaid is not worth it.

Answered February 9, 2020

Very flexible many client meetings are recurring.

Answered August 20, 2020

A typical day as an RMO consists of reviewing reports, visiting client sites, touching base with your employees, coaching your staff, and meetings (internal and external). As a RMO no day is exactly the same; however organization is key. Set aside time throughout the day to answer emails thoroughly and review reports.

Answered August 20, 2020

The best part of working at Ciox Health is the flexibility and learning and development opportunities.

Answered August 20, 2020

Working for Ciox equals no work/home life balance. This is a modern day sweatshop.

Answered September 14, 2019

Submitted resume online and within days had an email requesting a phone interview. Once I did the interview, I got a phone call the next day with a job offer in which I excepted. The company has moved pretty quickly with all the paper work etc. From first email to finishing all paperwork after being hired, it took about a week and a half.

Answered November 27, 2018

It was not good, if you do excellent work, the people who are there, and that have been there for years are slackers, and if you come early and stay late you are a villain. They will gang up on you, and tell management that they don't want to work for you. For instance there was a weekly meeting started with the dept. because I called one guy sensitive. The other guy i had no altercation with said he had a big problem with me. One guy I worked with and I had a disagreement about Microsoft Surface Pro, Complained to the boss because I disagreed with him about the product. The department has a promotion model of if you are a whistle blower you get a promotion. smh

Answered October 29, 2019
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