I have been working at Avant Healthcare full-time (Less than a year)
-Able to help people
-Pay is good
-CEO and CFO knows you
-Most co-workers are nice
-Lots of back stabbing
-If you say that is not right the person will most likely try to get you fired
-Some people act like its high school
Advice to Management
Actually fire people if they steal from the company, lie, do not work, mistreat fellow coworkers, or take advantage of upper management
I applied through a recruiter. The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at Avant Healthcare (Indianapolis, IN).
I was contacted by a recruiter who was trying to fill a specific role. He was persistent and I had nothing to lose, so I agreed to submit my resume. I ended up interviewing with someone in operations and a Sr VP. Long story short: they said they liked me, I thought I liked them. Then they gave me a writing test which was actually more of a strategic design project. It required more time and effort than I was interested in, so I told the recruiter I was not interested. He talked me into doing it anyway, insisted they were focused on specific elements. Clearly, I underwhelmed them because once they received it I never heard another peep out of them. For a company that positioned itself as cutting edge and a place where exciting things were happening, they could use some basic professional etiquette.
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