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Very money hungry company.......more, more more sales....however you can get them.

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Former Employee - Anonymous Employee
Former Employee - Anonymous Employee

I worked at Lifestyle Lift full-time for more than 3 years

Pros

Pros are great hours, good insurance & giving the gift of a more youthful look to your patients. The gift we give to the patient is the best thing about the job.

Cons

Don't ever ask any questions about anything , if you do ....you are negative & a label put on you. It almost feels like a cult at times, they speak of treating patients with an "EPIC " experience but truly it always comes down to the almighty dollar. Huge turnover of employees all the time, from sales to the plastic surgeons. One would think corporate would figure out they need to change some things within the company.Perhaps if they treated their employees with that same "EPIC" experience they want us to give the patients with, they might not always have to be traning new people to start to work for the company.

Advice to ManagementAdvice

Treat your employees from surgery techs, doctors, the sales people all the way across the board to the call center with RESPECT. Give raises & praise & maybe you can keep decent employees.Give more career advancement opportunities.

Doesn't Recommend
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  1. 4 people found this helpful  

    They wine and dine you to join but long term is not a word that can describe this company

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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee

    I have been working at Lifestyle Lift

    Pros

    Seems exciting, new business model helping patients, pay goo benefits good

    Cons

    CEO is an academic idiot, COO is a clueless they who have no clue how to lead, Personnel dept is the root of most of the problems. They are sued consistently by most employees. It is a popularity contest and if you fall from favor bye bye,. Before you join ask about Senior management turnover rates They let several good managers leave why? because they heard rumors and then they are gone! doctors are also included! center managers I have been through 4 in the past 3 years

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Senior Management stop working back door deals to build your retirement, focus on patients and for god sakes hire a consulting firm to evaluate your senior teams and their skill levels. Some area people were there and then gone, some doctors were there one day and then gone and we have to pick up the pieces. Celebrities can only fool people only so long.

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  2. 2 people found this helpful  

    This company needs to make serious changes.

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    Former Employee - Surgical Tech
    Former Employee - Surgical Tech

    I worked at Lifestyle Lift

    Pros

    It varies center by center, which is why I didn't want to specify where I worked, because I can only speak for the centers I know, but I was lucky to work with three terrific surgeons at Lifestyle Lift, and I liked most of my coworkers. I worked in one center, but traveled to two others to fill in when they were short-staffed. Two of the three centers were beautiful, spacious, and had atmospheres that were very soothing for patients, much like a spa in terms of relaxing music, comfortable recliners, and low lighting in the pre-operative area. As a tech, I got to know patients from the initial "meet the doctor" consultation to their six-week follow up. On the day of surgery, we were with our patients from the the "admission" step to discharge, and we took their post-op phone calls, as well as changing dressings and removing sutures. From a customer service point of view, that corporate model works very well, and provides great comfort to patients and their families.

    Cons

    As a medical professional, I wasn't totally comfortable here. There was a high turnover rate among both doctors and surgical techs because the corporate model left little room for clinicians to make recommendations based on current clinical standards.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Corporate is far too corporate, and needs to make changes in the general model. I hope corporate is truly moving towards accreditation.

    Doesn't Recommend
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