- National HME08.Dec 2016
The culture is what you make it, because it's hard work, and it's fun to work with people who enjoy the job!
Support from management
Yes, yes, and yes. Any problem or question I had could be answered from my superiors and they were happy to help and help you advance.
You kinda have to here! You get into a good rhythm and it's positive.
Freedom to work independently
Yes. You must be able to work independently and it's even better if you like to learn different aspects of the company.
Yes. Most changes made the work more complicated, but not impossible, and there's a friendly competition to see who can master their tasks within the office.
My boss was a wonderful, very driven woman, who continually gave her boss reasons to promote her. She passed on her attitudes to the rest of us.
Office / Work Environment
Work environment was fine, although it could have been prettied up a little. A girl can only look at warehouse walls with imagination for so long.
Proper technology: new computers were definitely in order, but no one ever seemed to do anything about it.
If you speak in a way that upsets a nurse, the nurse will probably demand your resignation.
Work is very challenging. Critical thinking and important decisions must be made all day, and at the end of the day you do feel good about how much got done.
What I like about the company
Manager will work with you and it's a good, busy environment.
What I dislike about the company
What the client says goes.
The following benefits were offered to me
- CompanyNational HME
- Citysan antonio
- Are you a Current or Former Employee?Former job since 2016