Truly a friendly place to intern and learn about Health Care supply chain
Unless you live in New York, the weekly stipend will not get you far!
I applied online. The process took 6 weeks. I interviewed at Nexera (New York, NY).
Phone then in-office
After the in-officeI, I was called twice to ask if I was still interested in the position (odd), and that I was the first in the running (odd). I was told I'd be given a call back either way the following Monday. Monday came and went and no one called. The entire process was incredibly unprofessional. By the time anyone did reach out (after I sent a reminder email to them) I had already accepted an offer with Accenture (I had interviewed with 3 other firms by then and received phone calls to both let me know I was selected for the position and to let me know if I had not been selected). I believed in their work, which is why I was willing to take lower pay (they pay is quite low), but seeing the poor management through the simple interview process makes me feel that the organization isn't equipped to manage employees and run departments smoothly at any level. Current employees seemed a bit frazzled. I now believe it's not just due to the work but to the poor management.
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