I have been working at Healthtech Consultants as a contractor (Less than a year)
Smaller consulting company. I usually always can get ahold of my travel of expense person. I dont really ever have any issues with them.
Terrible at planing travel to fit your needs. They only care about cost and not about you. Dont budge on expenses at all even thouugh they make good money off of us. Never check in to see how the job is and how you are doing. Dont look for future jobs for you when ur contract is nearing.
Advice to Management
Make it more about your consultants and less about pinching pennies. You will have happier more long term consultants. Feel free to pick up the phone and call newly added consultants it goes a long way. Every once in a while pay for a small expense (non itemized reciept that the company wont pay for) Shows you understand and are looking out for your consultant.
I applied online. The process took a week. I interviewed at Healthtech Consultants (Toronto, ON (Canada)) in September 2016.
I got a call the day after I applied to the position on indeed. I had a pleasant conversation with the recruiter and was invited for an in-person interview shortly after.
The recruiter was friendly and was great at making me feel at ease. I felt the same way when meeting with the CEO and she gave me a greater understanding of the organization.
During the first in-person interview with the recruiter they asked me questions and then a 45 minute test was administered on a computer. I remember that the test measure multitasking abilities, time management and knowledge of Microsoft Office.
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