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Does anyone know if you are able to enter the field of medical writing with only a bachelors (BS biology)? I’ve been looking at entry level positions and haven’t found many that don’t require either years of experience or an advanced degree. Not sure if it’s just the job market right now or if this is an unrealistic ambition? I love the idea of this career and am trying to figure out how to get there!
What is your w2 salary for full time positions? I was recently offered $85k for a position in MD. I am questioning if that is reasonable with the rate of inflation. According to Google, which I don’t quite trust, the median salary for a therapist in USA over 100k in 2023.
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- "Free lunch that is sometimes edible, free parking, attorneys can work from home sometimes." (in 7 reviews)
- "Great people, easy work and if you hit your numbers you get some freedom" (in 6 reviews)
- "Everyone who works here is friendly and are always willing to help you when needed!" (in 5 reviews)
- "they had decent hours here" (in 5 reviews)
- "Free lunches and free happy hours were common." (in 3 reviews)
- "Low pay if you're outside the USA" (in 12 reviews)
- "Poor management, unorganized, borderline unethical" (in 11 reviews)
- "Additionally upper management actually stated attorneys were the only capable people to get medical records." (in 7 reviews)
- "Due to the pandemic, all of my training took place online." (in 6 reviews)
- "Some managers don't respond to emails making your workload stack" (in 4 reviews)
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- 1.0Apr 28, 2022Intake SpecialistFormer Employee, more than 1 year
Free food is available at lunch
Everything besides the food is awful.Citizens Disability Response2y
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- 1.0Apr 15, 2016Anonymous EmployeeFormer Employee
The free parking is a perk and the free catered daily lunch.
The turnover rate is ridiculous. They outsourced much of their work to save money, laying off whatever employees necessary. In the time that I have worked there they did two mass lay offs, eliminating two whole departments including ours. I understand businesses make decisions quickly and don't always choose the popular opinion; however the tasteless way in which they let us go was disgusting. There was no respect as they did it. They are cheap and have no loyalty and are willing to do anything to save a dollar whether it’s at the expense of their employees or their clients. No wonder why they have the reviews that they do online. As far as senior management goes, they are all friends from back in the day and do NOT choose the most qualified people for the position. Most of the managers there have no idea how to manage people and have never done it before. They don’t believe in hiring from the outside, but rather always promoting within which is fine unless the people you are being forced to promote don’t have the experience or knowledge to do the job correctly. There is no training for these people or background matches, but again as long as they can save a dollar promoting within they are happy. The training is also very poor. It is one day and they don't care if everyone is on the same page or not nor does upper management understand the daily tasks each department does causing chaos when a supervisor or manager decides to leave. They try to make the perks sound great "we give 10 holidays." What they don't tell you is they give you ten holidays UNLESS there happens to be a snow day. The company doesn't believe in snow days (cheap) and if you physically can't make it to work after a snow storm they cut the next scheduled holiday you would normally have off and force you to work it. They make you clock out for “bathroom” breaks so they can monitor and track every single thing you do in a day. Employees are treated like children. No one is protected; they will let anyone go at anytime to save money. One of the girls I got laid off with had been with the company five years and they didn’t even flinch when letting her go. Lastly, the pay is terrible. They pay the same whether you have a college degree or not.15