I have been working at MedImpact full-time (More than a year)
If this company was in Texas I’d never leave it! It’s a phenomenal place for all walks of work life. You can start at entry level and they push you to strive for more. Lateral promotions are typical and everyone that leaves tends to come back!
San Diego is where the central building is and it’s very expensive to live in or around. The traffic has also gotten exponentially worse. Culture is a little fleeting, but they’re getting better.
Advice to Management
While most managers encourage promotion, there are a handful that tend to get a bit spiteful and reprimanding when an employee seeks other opportunities. It’s good to remember that a move, especially lateral, is good for the company and personal feelings should be put aside.
The process took 4+ weeks. I interviewed at MedImpact.
Puts you through the ringer with the interview process. Spoke with multiple people about the same position, finally set up a phone interview, then an on site interview. Initial scheduled date was cancelled a few hours before the interview ( had already requested to leave early from current position to arrive on time). I had to leave work early again for the rescheduled interview later that week . After on site interview, hiring manager stated "I'll definitely get back to you" obviously making it seem like I'd get a call back. Didn't hear anything for 2 days. Sent a thank you email only to get a response immediately that they decided to go with another candidate. Waste of my time.
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