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I have been working at CHG Healthcare full-time (More than 5 years)
The culture is phenomenal, the benefits are top notch, there's always food up for grabs, the income potential is great, and if you allow yourself to look at the big picture, the work is very meaningful.
Just like any company, there are some incredible leaders, and some not so incredible leaders. There are also some teams with tenured consultants that are much harder to assimilate into.
Advice to Management
When someone is not doing well in this job and clearly doesn't have the aptitude or drive for it, get them on a realistic performance improvement plan right away to test their commitment to the job. If they aren't committed they'll start looking somewhere else and leave. I've seen many toxic employees hang around far too long and impact the culture of the team because the issue isn't addressed head on.
I applied online. The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at CHG Healthcare (Durham, NC) in February 2021.
The process took 3 weeks, I only made it to the second round of three. I have about 30mins phone screen with my recruiter, then video chatted with the same recruiter and her superior. The third interview was supposed to be in person at the Durham office. After the second interview, the recruiter mentioned that I would hear back in 24hours about the next round. After waiting until the end of that 24hours to hear back I knew I was not chosen.
I believe I was a solid candidate, sales experience, recruiting and a life science degree. This same position was posted as an entry-level role which makes sense as it takes 2-3 years to build up the pipeline in order to be successful. I thought me being in the early stages of my career would be a bonus but like most jobs, the experience is needed to secure these roles but there are limited opportunities to get this.
The company seems like a promising place to work but they surely aren't looking to give people chances. They seem to want a seasoned physician recruiter to fill this entry-level position.