Its highly unprofessional, no chance for advancement or raises. Too much favoritism. The more you learn the more they put on you.
I can’t believe they still operate in upstate S.C. This place is a lawsuit waiting to happen and they have to pay back more each year to Medicare for fraud than they can afford to pay staff - which is why staff are underpaid and mileage gets cut every time you turn around.
If you were in charge, what would you do to make Medical Services of America a better place to work?
Fire everyone in management and replace with competent leaders. Immediately offer raises to the loyal employees and work on repairing the reputation in the community since no one will allow MSA to contract with their facilities.
How long does it take to get hired from start to finish at Medical Services of America? What are the steps along the way?
Didn't take long about a week. Just wait on background check to come back, Also a up to date PPD