R3 Continuum Careers and Employment
- CEOScott Alfieri
- Company size51 to 200
- Revenue$5M to $25M (USD)
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Just love having a contract through R3 Continuum. The call center and case managers are very professional and organized. Getting assignments is fulfilling and diverse.I cannot say enough good things about R3 Continuum.
Crisis Care Counselor in Beaumont, TX
on October 16, 2021
Overall R3Continuum is a fantastic, innovative organization. The initial services provided filled needs that weren't being met by existing companies and and had resounding success. As a DEM Consultant, one has to make an effort to feel a part of the organization; make a point of regularly attending Podcasts offered by various staff, Directors, and Corporate Executives, and reach out to communicate with our In-house Counseling team, and have a personal conversation with the ever exhausted individuals who call us to send us out to DEM Events. I suppose some Consultants are fine with getting an assignment, doing the job, reporting, collecting their pay and doing it again and again. (Pay arrives unpredictability though always within the required time!) My personal workstyle seeks more interrelational communication; I need some sense of how things work which wasn't available to Consultants when I joined R3. From what I've heard recently, things may have changed a bit. My impression is still that the available work isn't offered to all Consultants in an area equitably for various reasons we're not allowed to know which is frustrating. In general it's best to view the Consulting work as strictly an extra job and if questions arise, request a consult with an in-house Counselor to learn more about procedures and other things.
Consultant in New Mexico
on July 15, 2021
First of all management is horrible and very immature. If someone misses a day its supposed to not be talked about with other coworkers.. Like I said management is horrible!! I loved working there it's just the coworkers and management are too busy talking about other coworkers and sticking their noses into other peoples business. R3 needs to learn how to work more and learn to worry about their self's and not talk bad about other coworkers. We are there to work not gossip...
Cordinator in Wyoming, MI
on February 24, 2021
Best well rounded contract position . They are very flexible and the pay is excellent. The job is low stress and high fulfillment. I highly recommend R3.
Consultant in Inland Empire, CA
on February 8, 2021
I worked in the Response Center. Extremely stressful job with unfair, laughable compensation. Employees are not appreciated by management and upper management, even though they bring in the majority of the companies income. However, benefits are good and coworkers are supportive. There are even pros and cons, up to the employee to decide if it’s really worth it or not. At the end of the day it wasn’t for me.
Response Coordinator in Grand Rapids, MI
on December 29, 2020
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