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Medical collection specialist working from home. I was offer this job, just trying to see if it's worth it before accepting the offer..

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Great place to work!

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Listen to the people who are helping make the company the name it is.

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10-12 hours per day. Depending on need. Salary employee

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If you are interviewed, and they like you, you will be sent to the next step. If you do not get to the next step, they will tell you otherwise.

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Stressful and tends to maintain a low morale among the workers.

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They micro manage...wont let you work 5 min overtime even if you can't get your work done in the shift. They pile on too many expectations but dont allow you to finish or the constant threat of being written up.!? Feels like junior high school.

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The way that they treat people there is awful. the people there are very clicky it is like being back in High School. very unprofessional place to work.

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Had a interview with the hiring manager . the next day she call me back to meet the director . interview was laid back easy . i had three manager that sat in . after meeting director manager advise me i will be hearing from hr with an offer that was a week ago have not heard anything yet.

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At this company all of your day, sick, holiday, pto, and loa are under the same category. P.T.O, which is base on working your 40 hour week.

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