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30+ days ago

Speech Therapist needed in Mystic, Connecticut NEW

Soliant Health Mystic, CT

With Soliant Health, you are open to many resources and benefits! We customize your employment package specifically to fit your needs. Below are just… ClickCast

30+ days ago

SLP needed for the summer

Soliant Health Groton, CT

For more information, please contact Elizabeth Ulloa atelizabeth.ulloa@soliant.comor 678-459-1143 or apply… ClickCast

30+ days ago

Speech Language Pathologist, SLP in the surrounding Connecticut

Soliant Health New London, CT

For immediate consideration call Margene Edwards at 678-459-1112 with any questions and email your resume… ClickCast

30+ days ago

PT Summer SLP

Soliant Health New London, CT

If you would be interested in considering this employment opportunity, please submit an online application and be sure to include a current resume… ClickCast

30+ days ago

School Psychologist needed near Norwich, Connecticut

Soliant Health Norwich, CT

Soliant Health is a leader in the healthcare staffing industry and we value our candidates first. Come be a part of… ClickCast

30+ days ago

SLP-CCC Job in Willimantic

Soliant Health Norwich, CT

Work in special and general education settings to assess, plan and implement therapeutic interventions for students with disabilities… ClickCast

30+ days ago

School Based SLP-CCC

Soliant Health Norwich, CT

The caseload will likely include more than one school, but the support staff in the district in exceptional, so SLPs can expect to work with a… ClickCast

30+ days ago

Norwich, CT - Speech Language Pathologist (SLP-CCC)

Soliant Health Norwich, CT

for the SLP will be completing assessments, writing IEP goals, and providing therapy services. Please contact at… ClickCast

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    I started my staffing career with Soliant Health right out of school and worked there for a little over seven years. I started as a full desk account executive (recruiting & marketing) with no prior knowledge of the business. The training and leadership I received from the CEO and the management team was outstanding. The CEO and the VP were top notch individuals and I had the pleasure of being there while the company grew from smaller to very large after two acquisitions. The culture at Soliant is fantastic and met a lot of folks early on that helped me throughout my career there. Once you look past the individual producers who are there to get a paycheck there are some really smart people who understand the business and if you prove yourself will help you to excel at your own desk. The people who don't "make it" here are just plain lazy and don't want the ability to manage their own success. I write this because I've seen this for many years. Of course you will write a bad review because you failed. Now to be fair there is a department within the company that is a revolving door and has been for a long time. I learned some life long lessons from Soliant, leadership and my peers. To obtain a position right out of school that allowed me to be very successful is something people search for a lifetime. Its simple; they provide the tools for you to succeed with a proven model. If you know yourself and use the tools to your advantage you can make a great impact on your livelihood and career goals. After being away from the company for some time now there is nothing I would change about my time with Soliant and still recommend it to people who have that fire in their eye.


    If you don't align yourself with the successful people in your department your road to success will be a difficult one. A lot of what happens there is based on trust and that trust is earned. Another con here is that being that the majority of the staff is quite young and young minded a bunch of gossip exists. My absolute advice is that you don't get caught in that mess at all costs. Its easy to do but trust me when I say this; dont get involved in that stuff. It will bite you and you wont even see it coming.

    Advice to Management

    My experience with management was phenomenal. Keep up the weekly training and don't let outside noise influence your decisions. Mr. Alexander and Mr. Washburn are great mentors in business and in life.

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