The company is big enough that you are exposed to a lot of different transactions and accounting scenarios but small enough that you get to see the big picture. They appreciate and reward employees that perform their duties to the best of their abilities and add value to the organization.
Typical deficiencies of a corporate office such as interdepartmental communication, but overall, MedQuest is much better than most.
Advice to Management
Keep adapting. Continue to build consistencies throughout the company and increase the training opportunities.
I applied through a recruiter. The process took 2 days. I interviewed at MedQuest.
There is a tedious interview process you have to go through. The first interview was a 30 min phone interview with a hiring manager. It was basically a lot of behavioral type questions and pretty intense. I had no opportunity even to ask non of my own questions. The 2nd round was in-office 2 hour interview: 1st hour with 2 accounting managers; 15 min excel test; the remaining 45 min with a hiring manager. I felt like i was at a Spanish inquisition, i was talking so much my voice was becoming rasp. They were asking question of what I was doing in my high school! Really? I felt like i was on a repeat button for the whole 2 hours. And while i was answering, they were writing it all down, word for word. And that was not even all. There was supposed to be a 3rd round. But after those exhausting 2 hours i didn't even feel like I wanted that job any more; i declined the 3rd round.
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