Good company if you are in the right situation
Clinical Allergy Specialist (Former Employee) – Augusta, GA – January 25, 2018
This is a good place to work if you love the medical field but are not a nurse or physician's assistant. The training is provided by the company and a medical background is not necessary, but it helps. It is a bit of a sales job at the end of the day because you are working with providers to provide/sell a service but it truly does help the patients. The company does well to compensate those who perform well with gift cards and Fitbit trackers you can purchase from points gained from performing certain services. Also, there is a 3rd party website you have access to for discounts for a plethora of other things.
My negative experiences were with management and job security. Because you work as satellites of the company and management is regional, you may only actually see your manager every couple weeks. Yes, there is contact and support in between, but if you are in a situation that needs upper management, it can be difficult to come by. Also, changes from the top down are very slow to make their way down the chain of command unless it is directly from the CEO. The job is full-time, but the company still contracts with providers on a month-to-month basis so the provider can give a 30-day notice and you no longer have that post. If there is space to relocate you and you can, perfect. If not there goes your job.
Pto, compensation for performing well, employee discounts
Job security, slow/little flow of information from corporate down