Medical Consultants Network

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To much work

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Former Employee - Telemarketing
Former Employee - Telemarketing

I worked at Medical Consultants Network

Pros

Some days the phone won't even ring and some other days it would be ringing to much. It is the beauty of that kind of a job.

Cons

Don't ever think you will ever be promoted. I hardly find that many telemarketing jobs that appealing to start with.

Advice to ManagementAdvice

The management of a couple should strongly be dominated by one of the two. Conflicts of interested may arise when the couple are not getting along with each other.

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Medical Consultants Network Response

Apr 3, 2014President

Thank you for commenting. Workflow varies in any job. Many internal promotions have taken place and the company prefers to promote from within. The majority of key managers are internal promotions ... More

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  1. 2 people found this helpful  

    A great place to build a career.

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    Former Employee - Recruiter in Seattle, WA
    Former Employee - Recruiter in Seattle, WA

    I worked at Medical Consultants Network full-time (more than 3 years)

    Pros

    Great work-life balance. Good growth opportunities. Individuals come in at the same level and grow fast within the organization. They only promote from within so one never feels that there is any position that is not gained through merit.

    I loved the office location.

    Bottom line: healthcare is at least 20% of our GDP and this is a company that is well positioned to grow within the space.

    Cons

    I left because I moved to a different industry, not because I didn't enjoy my job. If healthcare is your thing then you will learn all you can and more at MCN. If healthcare is not your thing then there are still valuable opportunities to be had. If there was anything bad about my time at MCN it was the fact that some of the employees failed to recognize that success isn't handed to you on a golden platter; rather it is earned. From what I have heard, however, the caliber of the employees at the company is constantly improving so this is likely no longer an issue.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    After seeing a negative review I felt obliged to leave my two cents. This was a great company to work for. While the industry is often overlooked, it is as valid and meaningful as any. The MCN brand does not have the cache of a tech company but it has been around and will be around long after the trends change and put the celebrity names out of business. This is a genuine business atmosphere (of the type rarely found these days) wherein one's growth depends on their performance and a long term career is possible through hard work and dedication. I knew plenty of people that view their jobs as a stepping stone, and I often like to ask them: to where? MCN does not purport to be a Microsoft but in its own sphere it is a very prestigious firm.

    My one piece of advice to the company would be to perhaps provide more team building events or social gatherings. I have seen Friday afternoon get-togethers in other companies go over quite well. This could well be possible at MCN given that it has such a superb break-room.

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    Positive Outlook

    Medical Consultants Network Response

    Dec 18, 2014Human Resources

    Thank you for your supportive and insightful comments. Your suggesting that we engage in more team building events is a good one. Many staff do so informally at local places in the evening, but ... More

  2. 1 person found this helpful  

    Worst company I ever worked for

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    Former Employee - Client Service Specialist
    Former Employee - Client Service Specialist

    I worked at Medical Consultants Network

    Pros

    The only reason I can see to work at MCN is to gain some experience and move on.

    Cons

    The owner of the company is one of the most caustic human beings i have ever met. He is a Psychiatrist which makes his behavior all the more shocking.
    The company has little use for their employes. During my tenure at MCN, I observed the owner firing an employee for smoking a cigarette in front of the office building. This employee lied on their application and said that they did not smoke. I watched the executives of this company use people for a short time period, and then fire them. This company has no regard for its employees

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    My advice to Dr Grant is to sell the company to professionals. I would also recommend Dr Grant learn how to be a host at a business dinner. He should choose his conversation carefully. As the host, he feels he can discuss, well anything , even if it is inappropriate.

    Doesn't Recommend
    Neutral Outlook
    Disapproves of CEO

    Medical Consultants Network Response

    Dec 18, 2014Human Resources

    We are sorry that your experience at MCN was not a positive one. Our president cares deeply about the staff and the company, as do many others. He will take your observations to heart on how he ... More

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