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I worked at Liberty Medical Supply full-time (Less than a year)
Nice coworkers, decent pay (compared to other call centers in the area, not the company in it's "good days"), good daytime hours, new management and new can be a good thing, benefits
Short breaks, poor training, tediously outdated computer systems, messy management, not much organization, outsourcing of jobs overseas With effective company and systems training, employees shouldn't be repeatedly asking each other for help about the same things if they've been there over a year, much less a couple months. That's a bad sign. I expected better from such a reputable company.
Advice to Management
Train new hires better. Numbers and retention may improve with an investment in training both new and current employees on systems, policies and guidelines. And 15 min breaks instead of 10 min breaks would make a world of difference
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- No OfferNegative ExperienceAverage Interview
The process took 1 day. I interviewed at Liberty Medical Supply.
It is very unprofessional so far as I had a phone screen scheduled with a hiring manager and I waited for a call that never came. I called the recruiter well after my scheduled time to say I never received my phone call and she told me a man tried calling me and I didn't answer which was rude and incorrect as my cell was on me, on ring, and no voicemail was even left for me. She then has some other manager hop on the phone and do the phone screen in 10 minutes saying nothing about the job, only asking me storybook questions. Then weeks go by with no communication and after 3 weeks they call me for a F2F interview. I wasn't informed of job description, sales territory, salary, bonus, benefits, nothing. The manager doing the phone screen was very rude, rushed, and clearly upset he got stuck doing my screen as the original manager clearly bailed on me and couldn't call me to even reschedule. First impressions are everything and they appear as an entry level, sloppy organization. This is not someone I want as my manager if he/she cannot even value my time for an initial phone screen. Also the job post states bachelor degree preferred and experience will be considered. This tells you how entry level they are.
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