If the physicians and investors only knew...
they were right all along.
Quite simply, there are two types of people within NSPC. They are either pro-practice or anti-practice. The former actually care about the company well-being. The latter could care less because to them whatever position they hold it's just a means for personal gain.
If and when you decide to work for the company you - more ... will soon be able to tell who's who...
But beware, if as a "pro-practicer" you try to stand up for the right cause...the "anti-practicers" are in charge, especially at the call centers. :D
If you're someone who values ethics, this is not the ... - less
ProsExcellent benefits, PTO increases after a year's tenure, paid holidays
Consnon-productive culture, favoritism, preferential treatment, discrimination, nepotism