Injection Process Technician (Current Employee) – Rainsville, AL – February 22, 2018
A lot of overtime available to work can be stressful some days Has some good people who work here was glad that I took the chance and came to work here learned all I know about injection molding from so very skillful people who have worked here over the years
CHIS data collection interviewer (Current Employee) – Raleigh, NC – February 15, 2018
This is my First job like this social science research, I have to say it was very different a first, you would call a select group of people where ever in the united states and ask the different question. Not selling anything just getting their opinions on different problems like, Medicaid, the price of gas and many other things. I liked talking to different people and seeing their point of view from there answers. To see what is really going on in our community, that was the most enjoyable part of the job.
Business Intelligence Developer (Former Employee) – Remote – January 9, 2018
I'm contracted to the VA so a normal day is building reports based on customer needs. I've learned Tableau by working this contract. Its a get things done immediately kinda focus but with accuracy. I really enjoy the team I work with on the contract.
Assembly Associate (Current Employee) – Rainsville, AL – August 31, 2017
This is a good place to work if you are single and have no commitments at home. At work more then with my family. I have been certified in 7 finale/quality positions however still not a lead or CMI. Good benefits but lack of paid time off. There is 2 weeks of shut down. One in July and one in December but again these are not paid time off.
Enjoyed the diversified job duties and my role in the digital recording and record keeping in the benefits area. I set up electronic spreadsheets for their pension program, and in addition I helped formulate a filing system for HR records.
Tank Installer (Former Employee) – Knoxville, TN – August 16, 2017
The work was great but some of the workers was threated at the pace I was learning the job and made things hard. Was not able to get pass the issues the fellow employee had with me. Now since I am go he other employee is no longer with the company.
Field Interviewer (Former Employee) – Raleigh, NC – June 22, 2017
This was a learning experience going to Prisons and interviewing inmates. It was a very fun and personal rewarding adventure.We worked 3 days interviewing and 2 days of travel. It was a contract job with 6 months of a very interesting position.
Flexible Work, but sometimes hostile work environment
Independent Contractor- Field Interviewer (Current Employee) – Raleigh-Durham, NC – June 20, 2017
Flexible hours are great, but felt hopeless in times of conflict (contractors can be let go without a warning and there seem to be no one who will vouch for you). . The pay sounded good at first, but I soon realized it wasn't compensating enough for what the job is and there are no health benefits (unless you pay $400-$500 a month) that is affordable.The principal investigator of the study is racists and makes racial comments that leaves me feeling uncomfortable and I'm not sure what to do about it. She is condescending and very rude and after a few months working with the study, the study itself seems not helpful to the community at all and I'm not sure of the value or impact.
The local employees are awesome but corporate has no clue what they are doing. Employee retention throughout the company is poor. Be prepared to work long hours. starting pay is good but no way to progress to a management position
Data Collection Interviewer (Former Employee) – Raleigh, NC – May 27, 2017
It is a job if you need one. I found the work to be very boring and management picks apart every little thing. People seemed friendly but you can not develop and working relationships because of the type of environment.
Quality Assurance Specialist (Current Employee) – Conshohocken, PA – March 14, 2017
RTI is a huge billing company that offers it's employees the opportunity to learn and grow within the company. Getting hired straight out of school and receiving the additional training at the company prepared me for the position that I hold today as Quality Assurance Specialist. My hard work and dedication has given me the privilege of working partially from home and only having to be in the office twice a week. With all of the changes occurring in the healthcare field RTI definitely keeps its employees well informed and ahead of things. The people are awesome and I am part of a wonderful team.
LOGISTICAL SUPERVISOR (Former Employee) – Rainsville, AL – December 28, 2016
As an scheduler and Purchaser, the work was for the most part smooth and easy to understand. I knew what was expected and the job requirements were not beyond any associates potential to meet goals. As the supervisor in shipping, the job started off as it should have; I was the supervisor. But things changed about 3 months into the work and I found myself responsible for not only performing my job, but 3 other jobs as well. This was beyond my ability to complete. This was noticed by all of management which agreed that the workload was too great. However, nothing was done to remedy this and I found that the only recourse was to leave. I had worked at this company for over 15 years. I would still be there if not for this issue that came up. This was primarily due to poor management in the Logistics department.