Terrible management. One manager who is never in the office, covers two states.
You have to buy your own computer, printer, paper, ink, provide
your own car, gas, and have to buy your own butterfly needles that some clients need at 60 a box.
If you go outside your coverage area, good luck getting the extra pay.If you have no shows, you will never see the no show fee.
If you do remotes, you never know how many pay periods will go by before you get paid, so you have to keep up with it yourself, and if there are ones missing, you will have to bring it up several months later and wait two more pay periods to get paid.
You dont and wont know when you will get paid for them, and if you try to consult with manager on missing ones, you will get rude responses and insulting put downs.
It has gone downhill alot since Quest took over. No raises in ten years at a time,and if you ask, there are always excuses like we are overbudget or we just can't now.
You will not be paid for processing, filling out paperwork, drive time, and basically it's minimum wage by the time it's all said and done.
Examiners used to be treated like family, given christmas gift cards with a letter of appreciation, be paid for what you did without missing exams each time, be paid without worry for milage bonuses and no shows, now you are treated as a peon and with no raises.
Very sad what has happened. Agents are complaining as well. It has gone downhill.
Hope the CEO reads this, if he has a heart, something will be done outside the almightly dollar.