Fast Paced but Good for a Starter Job
Administrative Coordinator (Current Employee) – Dallas, TX – May 5, 2015
The culture is lacking, but the potential is booming...if you're in sales. Anyone in a support role, like myself, gets to do just about everything that the recruiters aren't doing but the bosses want done.
Part of the culture rift is the fact that there are two separate companies, Fidelis and Medestar, that have two very different mentalities.
Fidelis, the permanent side, is all about the old school office way of getting to work. Medestar, on the other hand, is all about partying in between work projects. Both companies get along, but there is an obvious lack of cohesiveness between the two divisions.
People are nice and the office is a good one, but with it being less than ten years old, there are still a lot of growing pains which usually falls on the basic workers.
It's also frustrating worrying about money when your boss is talking about how he bought a new car and a lake house in the last year. I'm sure he earned that money, but I wish he would give bonuses instead.