Mission: From the beginning the goal was, and still is, to create a culture that brings the best talented resources to our organization. We are committed to delivering on the ideals that were put into place on “Day One” to make us different than our competitors. We do ...
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I worked at MedPartners full-time (More than 8 years)
Flexibility. Good jobs. Competitive salaries. Travel opportunities. Family atmosphere. Knowledge recruiters
and marketers. Good client base. Would recommend to those looking for career opportunities.
Expensive health insurance Company needs to shop for better medical insurance for employees. Higher vacation
Accruals. Sick leave would also be a positive addition to benefits.
I applied online. I interviewed at MedPartners in November 2017.
I applied through LinkedIn, and was contacted by a Corporate Recruiter. We had a phone interview, and then she set me up for an in-person interview with the hiring manager. The in-person interview went okay, and they told me that they had 2 other people to interview. It has been a week now since I interviewed, and I tried following up twice, both via e-mail and phone, and the recruiter does not pick up her phone, or respond to my e-mails. I thought it was common courtesy to let candidates know if they are moving forward, or if someone else was selected for the position, especially if you interviewed with the company. Instead, they choose to ignore me, which I find is unprofessional and poor. I also found out that they allow drinking during working hours, which is a bit odd. Usually, people get fired for drinking alcohol at work.