Direct Support Professional (DSP) (Former Employee) – Chicago, IL – September 6, 2018
This is a job that will change your perception on life. You must have empathy, patience, humility working with individuals with intellectual disabilities. Don't pay much but being able to help those in need is much more rewarding.
Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – September 16, 2018
As a sales specialist you have the "LUXURY" of working Monday-Saturday work about 9-10 hour days walking on the street knocking on door to door to sell Alarm Systems. The sales pitch is a LIE about "limited supply" but you are supposed to lie to your customer base. In addition to you only make money on sales and only sales. There is no hourly rate at all this is a bad thing especially my 1st 2 weeks here because they start you off in the "Ghettos" to go knock door to door but in all reality the demographic of the neighborhood was to poor for a $120 alarm system. The managers dont give a care, and your lunch break is your local gas station near your corner. You get no lunch and lastly the hours are so bad you will have no personal time for friends and family.
Not Hourly, No Lunch, Lots of Walking, No Advancement
Envision is excellent in providing the tools needed for independence to those who have visually impairment.This company is committed to improve and inspire quality of life, inspiration,employment, outreach, rehabilitation, education and research. I will always be proud of my services with Envision!
Customer phone service clerk (Former Employee) – Clearwater, FL – September 8, 2018
Envision has a shift lottery and makes it's employees work and after midnight despite them having family obligations and other obligations and makes them work those hours without regard in order to keep a job. We used to be Access To Care and they were a much better company but got bought out by Envision and their rules regarding our hours changed. I gave them my 2 weeks notice because they refused to work with us about our shifts and changed our hours without notice.
Overall, I consider Envision an excellant place to work.
Receptionist/Administrative Specialist (Former Employee) – Evans, CO – August 27, 2018
I very much enjoyed working at Envision. Envision is a non-profit company that supports developmentally disabled people in the community. As the receptionist, I had the opportunity to get to know most of the folks we supported. I loved interacting with them on a daily basis.
A position that helps the community and gives one a sense of fulfillment.
As a non-profit company, the pay was not as good as most companies.
Medical coder (Current Employee) – Tampa, FL – March 1, 2018
This was my first time having the privilege and the flexibility to work from home. I code radiology, my current production standard is at least 25 reports an hour. Management is very professional and easy to work and get along with, even though I have not meet most of them face to face. One of the hardest things about working remote is reaching the proper people in the hospitals to get hospital access.
Consultant (Current Employee) – St. Louis, MO – February 2, 2018
They seem to care about their field employees - you aren't just left at a client site not to hear from them again. They check in with you to see what your needs are but don't overwhelm you if you are doing just fine. Questions are handled swiftly. Love my assignment!
Recruiter (Current Employee) – St. Louis, MO – January 15, 2018
Envision is small enough to provide personal attention, yet has a large enough network to provide access to the best positions and candidates. It's office is centrally located and they offer flex hours, covered parking, free beverages and other fun perks.Staff is friendly and works well together.