Mission: PEPID seeks to provide all health care professionals with instantly accessible, current, comprehensive, and authoritative clinical point-of-care reference materials to help them provide faster, more individualized, and more effective health care. Our goal is more satisfied ...
I worked at PEPID Medical Information Resources full-time (More than 3 years)
I worked at PEPID for more than 4 years, and consider that experience to be invaluable. I was fortunate enough to have traveled all around the world. While representing PEPID in these countries, PEPID took great care of my well-being and health by purchasing supplemental international health insurance. Accommodations included amazing hotels such as John Forte, Hotel International, and the Riyadh Four Seasons Kingdom Hotel. In non-English speaking countries, PEPID purchased VIP car service from the airport to the hotel. This expensive benefit was most appreciated after a 12-16 hour flight. All of this was on PEPID's dime. It wasn't free though, I worked hard, on many weekends, in plane seats, and prided myself on being a first-in/ last-out of the office type of person. I was rewarded by PEPID for that effort in return. Effort equals reward is a simple equation that has served me well in my career. My story at PEPID was a success that I am very thankful for, and I would do it all over again. I left PEPID to pursue a degree in medicine, with inspiration gleaned from meeting doctors/pharmacists from around the world, during my experience at PEPID.
Looking back, all of my cons are frivolous when compared to the larger positive experience that I had at PEPID.
I applied online. I interviewed at PEPID Medical Information Resources (Phoenix, AZ) in July 2016.
I applied on Indeed and received an email about a week later asking for my salary requirements, when I could start, etc. So I responded and they followed up with a phone interview. Following the phone interview, they asked me in for an initial assessment in which they put me in front of a computer and asked me to analyze their marketing efforts and plan a fake event, which took about an hour. After the assessment, I sat down with two people: the hiring manager and the person who would later become my manager, and discussed prior experience. Then, about two weeks later, I received a request for another follow up interview, in which I sat down with the CTO and was told I was being interviewed to assess my "fit" with the company culture. We chatted a lot about his wife and kids and it had very little to do with anything going on at the company or the company culture. Roughly a week or so after this second in-person interview, I was emailed and told they went with another applicant. 2-3 weeks later, they called again and said their first choice didn't accept the job, and so they offered me the job, making sure to stress that I was never their first choice.
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