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30+ days ago

Online Marketing Strategist

MedTouch Cedar Rapids, IA

We are a fast-paced, innovative company and we take pride in the quality of our people as well as our work. Although we are growing steadily, we… MedTouch


30+ days ago

Client Relationship Manager

MedTouch Cedar Rapids, IA

We are a fast-paced, innovative company and we take pride in the quality of our people as well as our work. Although we are growing steadily, we… MedTouch


18 days ago

IT Support Specialist

MedTouch Cedar Rapids, IA

We are a fast-paced, innovative company and we take pride in the quality of our people as well as our work. Although we are growing steadily, we… MedTouch


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    Pros

    MedTouch is a very progressive company that clearly values every individual and their contribution. From the CEO to upper management to the front lines administrative staff, you are treated as if you are valued, not only as a person on the payroll, but as a person - period. It is one thing to say you are a "family-oriented" company and another one to live it. MedTouch as a company lives it day to day.

    Cons

    Because the company is growing by leaps and bounds, our processes are also changing, or in need of change. This isn't a con if you thrive on change, as many of us do. You never get bored!

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    Keep doing what you are doing from a top-down culture perspective. As we grow, it might be necessary to put more middle-management positions in place so that upper managers aren't hindered by having too many direct reports. Also, as we grow it will be important for upper management to stay on top of vision and direction, to maintain consistent communication of that direction, and a challenge for them to stay out of details. Keep in mind a mentoring strategy so that upper management can stay focused on the big picture and the future strategy of the company, while the very capable rest of the team manages the details.

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