I worked at Essen Medical full-time (More than a year)
The experience that you earn, the free food that the company gets from other companies, they celebrate everyone's birthday and resignations, so expect a cake during these occasions.
The company has something great to work with, but doesn't know how to use it. The pay is not good at all for what you have to do, you don't get the proper training so you have to learn on your own or asking coworkers, employees quit because they find better opportunities and because their work is not recognized. There are no paid holidays, and you get a 30 minute break.
Advice to Management
In order to sell what the company has management first need to get the proper training and then provide the proper training to their employees, they should ask for feedback from their employees, specially the administrative team because they're the ones triaging everything for the office and in the phone none stop with patients. Finally and most importantly, employees should get paid more because mostly everyone uses this experience in order to move on up. In order for there to be motivation in this place there should be better pay and some kind of bonus structure for the marketing/enrollment team.
I applied online. The process took 4 days. I interviewed at Essen Medical (Bronx, NY).
The interview process was pretty easy, all they cared about was the pay. They don't care if you have a high school diploma, college degree, certificate or pervious work experience. It all about money, the less money you accept the faster they will hire you. Also, there's no such thing as a raise, it will never happen. They have lots of different excuses as to why you're not eligible for a raise.
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