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30+ days ago

Senior Healthcare Operations Manager

The Rawlings Group Louisville, KY

The Rawlings Group, located in the greater Louisville, Kentucky area and founded in 1977, is the nation’s leading provider of data mining and claims… TheLadders.com

30+ days ago

Pharmacy Recovery Analyst - Pharmacy Tech Experience Helpful

The Rawlings Group La Grange, KY

• Initiate outbound calls and receive inbound calls from healthcare members or providers to gather new insurance coverage information required for… CareerBuilder

30+ days ago

Healthcare Recovery Analyst

The Rawlings Group Lagrange, KY

We offer a unique work environment where you truly can control your own destiny with no limit to earning your monetary goals. We will enable you to… CareerBuilder

30+ days ago

Adminstrative/Clerical Support

The Rawlings Group Lagrange, KY

Excellent communication and customer service skills. Strong working knowledge of Microsoft Office and Excel programs. Must be detail oriented with… CareerBuilder

Rawlings Group Reviews

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George Rawlings
12 Ratings

    Nice building, but employees are treated like children.

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    Former Employee - Senior Software Engineer  in  La Grange, KY
    Former Employee - Senior Software Engineer in La Grange, KY

    I worked at Rawlings Group as a contractor for less than a year


    The office is newer and has a gym, cafeteria, and coffee stand. The work life balance is pretty good, everyone must be at work at 9 and therefore everyone leaves at 5.


    The owner of the company micro manages everything. Employee's can't eat lunch at their desks. You can't have headphones and listen to music during work. You can't leave your jacket on the back of your chair.

    The technology you work with is pretty antiquated and must always be part of the Microsoft stack.

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    Trust people aren't trying to take advantage of you.

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