I have been working at Allegiance (CA) full-time (More than 10 years)
They are a successful business because they train employees thoroughly and make sure that potential experts to be are confident and ready to go.
The only downside I can possibly foresee potentially is not long enough weekends. I would have competitive challenges between our friendly staff. For instance games that strengthen the reason competition is exhilarating like bragging rights on staff communication board for winner. Make sure every employee knows who the superstar is! It will run over to the workplace.
Advice to Management
Incentives for outstanding employees who are proud to be working there. Be it pushing a broom or head of HR...
I applied through a recruiter. The process took 2 days. I interviewed at Allegiance (CA) (San Diego, CA).
Was emailed to call them to schedule an interview. I had 2 missed calls from them the same day. They reached me at the 3rd call, the same day. So they asked me a bunch of questions and asked me to come in for an interview. As soon as I walked in something didn't feel right. No phones, no computers in ANY office. Just a bunch of flat screens. Seemed like they were interviewing a lot of people.