Not a long term employment job
Medical Assistant (Former Employee) – CT – December 18, 2017
I worked or this company for almost 4 years, right out of medical assistant school. I got my experience and moved on. They have a great deal of very stringent HR rules, Taking time off is always frowned upon. Its especially hard if you have small children and they become ill, as all children do. You are constantly being threatened to be written up or fired for any unplanned time off. My manager was completely hands off with no clinical experience and you are left with out guidance most of the time leaving you to yourself to make decisions on patient care. Raises are small (.25) a year no matter how much extra effort you put in. Health Care Benefits are expensive, Especially if you have a family. pay grade is way lower than other places, They will start you at less than 14.00 a hour. My pay jumped nearly 5.00 an hour with new employment.
free drug rep lunches somedays
Only 30 min for lunch