PSR (Psychosocial Rehabilitation Specialist) (Former Employee) – Altamonte Springs, FL – October 18, 2017
I have experienced many growing pains with this company. I love what I do. There are many times I have not been paid on time due to other staff not completing there paperwork on time. Can you please call me about this because of the confusion with titles?
Fun place to work w/ lots of activities and events to partake in if you could do so on your break or lunch, dinner.
MSR/Teller (Former Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – August 14, 2017
Intensive training and assistance in the call center sections. Ramp up time given and call monitoring and lots of feedback. Wiliness of managers and staff to help and highly political. Office politics . Not what you can do , but who you know. This job came with bedbugs! If you happen to take them home with you, they would compensate you to get rid of them. They sprayed, thew away furniture and brought in bug sniffing dogs , but never closed the place down. Some got eaten up at their desks!
Great pay and benefits
Smile in your face, talk about you like a dog behind your back.
BST Worker (Former Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – August 4, 2017
Meeting mental health clients and discuss current issues with adapting to life. Begin providing options and ideas that the cliet can try to help with the adaption process. Discuss the clients medication intake and issues at home while taking notes and providing available options for growth.
I enjoyed working with different cultures, i enjoyed working with different personalities and helping them overcome obstacles, I enjoyed watching the clients growth when they tried methods that were taught to them.
The hours were extremely broken up and not consistant, the company did not provide any medical benifits what so ever, I also wasnt to happy that i had to bring my work home with me, having to do notes at different hours of the night.
Patient Service Representative (PSR) (Former Employee) – dallas texas – June 6, 2017
Tell you that the open position is for an opener (6-3:30) then when hired put you on a completely different shift. Management is very unprofessional. Work environment is very tough, the people you work with are very rude and ruthless.
I didn't realize how much I loved this job until I left it because of downsizing. I choose to leave but I would love to go back. They have several opportunities especially if you would like to relocate.
teacher (Parish School of Religion) (Current Employee) – St. Louis, MO – June 28, 2016
My director and coworkers are more than just that; they are friends. They make working a shift fun and exciting. The hardest part of the job is adapting yourself to the developmental needs of the individual student, and to the class as a whole. The most enjoyable aspect of the job is seeing the students understand the subject.
Receptionist (Former Employee) – Spring Valley, CA – December 16, 2015
Fast pace, busy phones, high volume of patients. I learned to prioritize, time management. Great co-workers but no time to socialize even during break, your break was always interrupted. Hardest part was seeing co-workers go and positions not filled until it was too late to train new employees correctly.
Patient Service Representative (Former Employee) – San Diego, CA – November 2, 2015
I learned how to schedule appointments for patients, reschedule appointments and send messages to their Doctors. Reassuring patients that their messages would get to their doctors, letting them know that they are our number one concern.
Management was always there to help if we had a problem and showed us how we could correct it. They never made you feel less important for asking questions.
One of the most difficult part of the jobs was having the patient tell you that they are miscarrying their baby, or they just lost a loved one. The co-workers were the best, they were there to support you keep you smiling and would always have your back.
The best part of the job, making friends and hearing the new born babies on the other line as their parents were making their first appointment.
I am a recent graduate in the Health Management and Policy program at the University of New Hampshire. I am currently working at Catholic Medical Center & Crotched Mountain Rehabilitation Center and have been working towards my goal of transitioning into a leadership role. I have lots of educational and in-hand skills and experience in this field and I am confident that I have what it takes to be successful. Additionally, I have seen an excellent example of leadership in my own managers. They have been preparing me for some time for the day that I would move in to this kind of role, and I feel very equipped to do so. I had participated in several Management training programs during my time at UNH. I also supervised teams of representative in management’s absence and performed other functions of my manager to assist her as needed. My success in my current role is an indicator of my commitment to excellence and my understanding of what it takes to be a great assistant/leader. I would embrace the opportunity to bring my expertise and insight to the table for the position.