Mission: To help those we serve navigate the healthcare system, find the right care path, and enable the best outcomes.
I have been working at eviCore healthcare full-time (Less than a year)
eviCore is immensely flexible and understanding of employee's differing life situations, allowing employees to work remotely if need be, and accommodating those who cannot always make it to work in the office. EviCore also has a fun and easygoing work environment and culture that makes people feel welcome and part of the team immediately.
On boarding and new hire orientation is almost non-existent. Also, continued career/skills development options are not easily accessible or offered.
Advice to Management
As I new hire I was placed with a younger, but unbelievably smart and talented supervisor that I was able to shadow, lean on, and learn from on a daily basis, which made my transition onto my team extremely smooth. Continue pairing new hires this way, as I have heard stories in which new employee's did not have a supervisor that was directly engaged with them on a day-to-day basis.
I applied online. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at eviCore healthcare (Boston, MA (US)).
I had a phone screen with the HR rep and then a phone screen with the hiring manager. The hiring manager gave me a really positive vibe though the role he was describing was not the same as the listing. He asked me when I could start and quoted a potential salary so it felt very promising. I then went for an in person interview and everyone I met with was very nice and I again felt like things were going well. However a few days later I was told I did not get the job. The reason I was given was experience level they were looking for someone more senior than me. Experience level should be screened out by HR not after two phone screens and an in person interview. I even asked in my interview if there was anything that they were looking for that I did not have and was told no. Clearly I was either lied to or people were not on the same page as to what the role was supposed to be. Either way seems like I dodged a bullet.
For this week's #WomeninSTEM spotlight, we're excited to introduce to you Marnie Coutts, Manager of MSK Therapies. Representing the science discipline of STEM, Marnie positively impacts patients outside of the clinical environment by ensuring they receive the most beneficial care for their physical and occupational therapy needs. #womenhistorymonth #employeeempowerment
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