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Completely comfortable.....

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Install better computer systems, change some management that has been there for 20+ years, higher pay

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Focus on your team and the relationships that they have built and are building with their clientele. They are your backbone, and those relationships are where the longevity in your business will come from. Your team in the field and your ISR's are the only reason that your company has been successful, give them the tools and the support that they need to continue building your business for you. Your turnover rate is one of the highest I have ever seen, and this is why you are losing business to your competition like MWI and Patterson. They have tenured employees who have built relationships with the doctors, and when they retire, IF you have tenured team members, they will be next in line for the business.

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Everyone gets along but the work condition is back breaking and never enough

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The company is strong enough to always be around, but the changes will continue to happen as the climbers continue to move.

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Typical: 1-2 phone interviews, and 1 interview with your regional manager.

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Retiring all your experienced field reps and your older ISRs leave very few experienced people to train new people. Office needs to be Happy and the staff is generally living in a state of fear. ISRs are humans not machines, many are very over loaded and yet asked for more.

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Through applying online at a job post

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Medical, dental, 401k

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