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I have been working at Resource Corporation full-time for more than a year
Pros – Get to help people, fast paced, never the same type of case always something new.
Cons – Been promised a raise but that has NEVER happened. Communication from management is horrible. In the Corporate Office in the Seattle area they have hired the sisters of the VP of the NW Region, so don't ever talk about how they do pretty much do nothing or you could be losing your job instead.
Advice to Senior Management – Listen to your employees concerns and complaints and at least give a cost of living raise you may see less of turn over of your employees. Do some kind of match to the 401K plan.
No, I would not recommend this company to a friend
2013-10-12 13:29 PDT
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I have been working at Resource Corporation full-time
Pros – It's easy to climb the ladder in this company. They're a third party eligibility company contracting with hospitals to recover their self-pay dollars. This is a fast-growing field; therefore, this assures quick upward mobility in the company as they're always looking for leadership as they gain contracts. This is especially great if you're a fresh graduate from college.
Cons – Despite the rapid growth of the company, and despite it having over 200 employees, the salary is definitely non-competitive, especially in light of the immense amount of work that they require of you (long hours, extensive travel). Their benefits aren't that great, either: only 6 paid holidays, crummy health insurance, and they don't contribute anything to the 401K.
Advice to Senior Management – It shouldn't be a battle to make the pay competitive even within the company: it doesn't make sense to have stellar, newer employees make less than mediocre employees who've simply put in more years. Reward the work and retain the good ones! And please contribute something to the 401K!! The health insurance can definitely be better. There needs to be an entirely separate and objective HR department with more employees to handle the company's needs.
No, I would not recommend this company to a friend – I'm optimistic about the outlook for this company
2012-08-29 19:09 PDT
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