- Work/Life Balance
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
- Comp & Benefits
- Senior Management
I worked at CoverMyMeds full-time (Less than a year)
People are mostly nice, decent benefits
All of the benefits and perks could potentially lead to a culture of entitlement (you already see hints of it popping up in other reviews here).
Advice to Management
Really design your new campus to be beyond ADA compliant, my disability left me unable to work at your current location(s) because of a lack of handicap parking, not enough restrooms, and other problems. I don’t say this to ‘bad mouth’ CMM or upper management, because I do believe they will be a place open to everyone in the future with their new campus, but they are not currently an employer I would recommend most disabled people to try to work for. Please remember your mission statement and remember that just as you try to complete work tasks as quickly as possible so there will be no delay in getting a patient medicine that when a disabled person asks for help you can’t delay because that disabled person might need help now...not after a few additional weeks of suffering.
I can’t speak badly about anyone in management or in the organization. I don’t blame anyone there for my disability and me nor being able to ‘cut it.’ However, there is a lot CMM could do to be a better employer, neighbor, civic leader in this area and I hope they do.
I applied online. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at CoverMyMeds (Columbus, OH) in October 2015.
The interview process has been great so far. Everyone I've spoken with has been super friendly, and all of the interviews have felt more like conversations (about the company, the position, my background, etc.).
As for the process itself ... I was contacted via email to set up a phone interview, which took place about a week later. After the phone interview I was given two online tests to complete (a personality test and a logic test), and then the following day I received an email about coming in to the CMM office to have a face-to-face interview. I interviewed with two people (one in person, and one via conference call), and then I was given a tour of the office (which is awesome). Received a follow-up email later that day, and am now waiting to (hopefully) move forward in the process.
[The interview process is still ongoing, so this is a to-be-continued review - hopefully with a happy ending!]