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Great , you also have room for over time hours

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Medical and Dental, 401K, PTO( depending on attendance)

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I got an over the phone interview then I went to the main office where I had my second interview and this was with the directory and two other managers.

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There are remote positions available, but only if management "likes" you. Even if you are a consistently hard worker and are a top performer, you may be denied the opportunity to work from home. It's all about who you know.

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It was very stressful, the hours I worked didn't work with my family needs. You are on the phone 8 hrs. a day with 10 min. breakes and 1/2 hr. lunch, which was not long enough, when you are on the phone talking to different patients and trying to help them with their healthcare billing.

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None, project managers in Oklahoma especially tulsa are the worst.

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Very personable and detailed, overall great experience and I was comfortable enough to really ask questions

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One-on-one with the hiring manager where questions centered on candidate's knowledge about the company and expected personal grown.

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If they keeping treating the employees this badly there will be not that many left, there to better managers, ones with actual experience. They need to stop lying, spend more time with your team and stop leaving for lunch for 2 hours. We have (employees) kids and need to go to Drs appointments and other things.

You cannot thrive if you constantly lie and leave in the middle of the day if you are a manager.

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