- Comp & Benefits
- Work/Life Balance
- Senior Management
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
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Benefits are very good and affordable. It is easy to gain experience in various applications other than your general area. Every employee here, up to the top of the ladder, is accessible and will talk to you like a valued employee. We have quite a large number of employees and when I go into HR to discuss an issue, they usually know me by name and make me feel comfortable and listen to whatever issue (good or bad) that may exist.
The only downside I have found is the salary. I have a family of four and have been an employee for 7 years and it is virtually impossible to support a family off of my income. If not for this one aspect, I would find this company ideal. I have no plans to leave the company. They may not pay the highest, but I've never feared being laid off or afraid of cutbacks.
Advice to Management
My only advice would be possibly opening evaluations for negotiation as far as yearly pay increase.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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I applied online. The process took 4+ weeks – interviewed at Cpsi.
The interview process for an HL7 interface analyst at CPSI can be a tad grueling. I had a total of three interviews followed by a phone call to offer me the position. The first interview was a round table type discussion where all of the managers and senior members of the department asked me questions about myself and my former jobs. The second interview was more of the same but with only managers this time and was more geared towards how I would handle certain situations in the workplace. The final interview was with just the director and I feel like that interview was more of a formality than anything else. The entire process took around a month.
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There was no negotiating. CPSI is one of the few companies that will take someone who doesn't even know what HL7 is and train them from the ground up. As a result they have plenty of applicants and do not have to negotiate.
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