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I worked at THMED full-time
It is a growing company. They have fun activities like a Christmas party, a day at the State Fair, etc. The dress is casual. You can wear jeans everyday. During the summer, you get out early on Fridays. The salary is okay. The benefits are decent and affordable. If you are in a sales position, you will make commission as well.
This is just the work version of a high school clique. Most of the employees came from the same previous employer. The majority of employees not from that previous employer were hired because they were recommended or referred by a current employee. If you are reading this review, then you are an outsider. You will feel like an outsider and be treated like an outsider unless you make it into the safety of acceptance by the clique. It is not very likely you will move up unless you are part of the clique. Most employees that were not hired under the two methods described quickly leave this company. I will state the obvious there is little to no diversity. There is a high rate of turnover since most positions are sales positions that keep you tethered to a phone all day basically cold calling doctors, hospitals, etc. The CEO has owned and sold several companies in the past. Most likely he will eventually sell this one as well. If you are looking for a career, that should be a concern.
Advice to Management
Companies that are successful for the long term have and want diversity. You need different ideas and experiences. When the majority of your employees are from the same previous employer and/or all know each other, they are not bringing any new ideas or perspectives.