Currently, I am a clinical liaison at a large skilled nursing company in the Houston Medical Center. I have recently been offered multiple positions making more and working fewer hours . I have only worked with my previous company for roughly six months, but I feel I am underpaid. How much do people in this position make, and how do I go about asking for a raise? Is it too soon?
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Pros1) Excellent company culture; close knit with a genuine interest in employee well being. 2) Extensive resources for continued professional development in addition to everyone being willing to help
ConsYoung company, growing fast means there is always plenty of work to do. It could be considered a con if you prefer something with a slower pace. However, I think if it were slower paced, career
Advice to ManagementNone right now. This has been the best job I've had.
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I applied online. I interviewed at LifeStance Health (United States) in May 2022
InterviewQuestions in detailed asked through messaging, and able to respond with thought. It was not stressful and I learned a lot about the company through this process as well. The interviewer gave me adequate time.
How I would handle difficult clientsAnswer Question
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...Hyper focus on unrealistically high productivity requirement, low pay, never offered company laptop for work from home, micromanaging time off, managers who offer personal advice not solicited by the employee, no opportunity for advancement, referrals high acuity, no admin support (you will book, deal with billing, market, etc)....
June 1, 2022
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