Mission: Since its inception in 1990, VISTA has become a pioneer in the medical staffing industry, broadening its credentialed provider pool to include nurse practitioners, physician assistants, medical officers and certified registered nurse anesthetists in a range of in-demand ...
I have been working at VISTA Staffing Solutions full-time (More than 3 years)
- Able to make a positive and important impact in the healthcare industry every day.
- Amazing coworkers who know how to balance work and fun.
- Commission incentives based off of the PROFITABLE work you put in.
- Management regularly seeks employee feedback with an open mind and open ears.
- Given autonomy and feel trusted to do my job effectively. Do not feel micromanaged.
- Empowered to think creatively and outside of the box.
- Opportunity to learn something new every day IF you seek it out.
- CEO is a good communicator and real person. He genuinely cares about the employees and our satisfaction in our roles.
For someone who is serious about their career but also has a sense of humor in their day to day, Vista is a great company to be a part of.
This industry is not for everyone and certainly not for anyone who is looking to put their feet up on a desk. But for the sales person with the right combination of talent and drive; you can find an exciting, fulfilling and profitable career here.
Advice to Management
One suggestion: Sales training is MUCH more effective in smaller interactive groups that don't involve being read to by anyone through an intercom system. Use the knowledgeable and experienced staff you have in house to train/develop the newer employees and please don't take seasoned staff off of the sales floor for training unless it is truly necessary and/or profitable.
Overall, keep doing what you're doing. The open communication and willingness to listen makes us feel valued and strengthens us as an organization!
I applied through college or university. The process took 4 days. I interviewed at VISTA Staffing Solutions (Salt Lake City, UT).
I was recruited at a college career fair. The process moved quickly with an initial phone screen and then an in person interview with a couple managers. The interview took about 45 minutes. The Corporate Recruiter asked me questions regarding my skill set in the phone screen while the in person seemed more focused on identifying if I was a cultural fit. It was one of the less intimidating interviews I have been in.