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30+ days ago

Healthcare IT \ Electronic Health Record (EHR \ EMR) Implementation Consultants

RGP Saint Louis, MO

Consultants in these roles are involved in the definition, management, and implementation of significant healthcare technology focused… RGP

30+ days ago

Healthcare Revenue Cycle Consultants

RGP Saint Louis, MO

We are looking for talented healthcare consultants with revenue cycle experience to join our team. As a Consultant with RGP Healthcare you will have… RGP

30+ days ago

Director of Client Service and Recruiting

RGP Saint Louis, MO

(other duties may be assigned): • Continually develops new business by identifying target clients, networking, meeting with target clients, and… RGP

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    Get ready for disappointment - they say they have an opportunity, that's all it is, that's not a job - bench

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    Former Employee - Management Consultant in Saint Louis, MO
    Former Employee - Management Consultant in Saint Louis, MO

    I worked at RGP


    You might get lucky and they have a real position to put you into! If they do, you get paid hourly like any other contractor.


    They recruit you using language like a permannet position saying "We have an opportuinty with a Client for a position doing Planning". What they really mean is this - if you are willing to go thru our background check, we will build a profile from your resume to try to create demand to start a project up with this client. We will pay you nothing and you are expected to help win the business you thought we had that we were recruiting you for.

    Also, their Medical Insurance does not kick in until you have been working there for 60 days!

    If you are on the bench, you are unemployed period. My career planners warned me about this - I tried it out for myself. It is true. There were more people on the bench (looking for a job anywhere they could find it) but Resources Global still counted them as their resource.

    The consultant bears all the risk here in this relationship. It is very misleading.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Be up front. The only difference between you and the low end contract firms is that Resources Global does do a more strenous check - but you offer less in many cases than the low end contract firms. Youoffer more to the client, and the employees get much less.
    Resources Global needs to be an actual Employer - not an over rated Subcontracting firm.

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