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Make sure management and staff are on the same page. Try to find some way to reward associates for a job well done. Implement better new hire training programs. Be open to criticism from staff and take those issues into account for future training.

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I wish I had never wasted my time at Precision Spine Care. This clinic is ran horribly by horrible managers. They made an MA the manager over the clinical area and she is a horrible nasty racist woman. She has her select few girls that are her friends in and outside of work and she gossips about other employees with these girls and let's there horrible work ethic slide while she harasses employees that do their jobs. The whole place disgusts me.

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Due to the extremely high turnover rate they are always needing help so it does not take long to get hired. Just beware it takes about the same length of time for them to fire you or for an employee to quit. Management is a disaster there.

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Ask if they are open to weekly staff and management meetings to assure all associates are in the know about policies and procedures ask if anyone has any issues or concerns. Answer questions staff has about their issues or solutions. Take criticism and follow up to see issues or concerns are resolved.

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Rarely. It was well known that raises were like unicorns-they did not exist and it was a waste of time to go looking for one.

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It's all about the money they bring in. The management & physicians do not care for their patients at all. If you are a new patient there the only time you're likely to see your doctor is on your first then you'll be pawned off to a NP. If you go here strictly for pain medication & follow the rules & jump through all the hoops & have the $$$$ to pay, you can get your meds. If you are there for answers for your pain or actual care I'd suggest you go someplace else.

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The future of precision spine? Hmm there won’t be a future for precision spine if they don’t get organized and get a management team that actually knows what the definition of management is

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They offered 401k, profit sharing, health/vision/dental insurance, and several savings options.

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You receive 5.50 hours a pay period toward paid time off. You must use this time toward your sick days.

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