Mission: Our team's mission is to treat debilitating conditions that cause neck and back pain including spinal stenosis, degenerative disc disease, pinched nerves, bone spurs, bulging/herniated discs, scoliosis and sciatica. With our minimally invasive, outpatient ...
I have been working at Laser Spine Institute full-time (More than 3 years)
The company has had a lot of changes over the last year or so and for the better in the long run. It was tough at times, but the company is definitely trending in the right/up direction. They took 401k matching away a little over a year ago, but announced today they’d be bringing it back the first of the year. It feels good to be apart of a company that cares about their employees and patients
With all the changes happening all at once it can be a lot for someone that doesn’t know how to adapt well or is resistant to change.
Advice to Management
Continue being open with the employees. Continue to ask them for input. Continue having a servant mentality attitude. It goes a long way. When employees see managers serving down it makes them feel appreciated.
I applied online. The process took 1+ week. I interviewed at Laser Spine Institute in November 2017.
Had two interviews. The first was a phone interview then was moved on to the face to face interview. On the phone interview I don’t really remember the questions asked but it was a quick process. They got me in for a face to face a couple days later. The interview was a 2:1. Both team leads interviewed me at the same time. They were nice and answered any questions I had and the interview was not an uptight situation.
Couple of days after the interview I received an offer.