Associate Physician Recruiter (Former Employee) – Milwaukee, WI – 24 February 2018
Each day started around 9-9:30. Team meetings happened around 3 times a week. I loved my coworkers, but it was alot of pressure if goals were not hit biweekly. I learned alot how to work for my self and motivate myself.
Credentialing Coordinator (Current Employee) – Salt Lake City, UT – 7 August 2017
Vista has a wonderful work environment, it is very team driven. However, if you are a part of a support team there is even more pressure put on you internally than any of the other roles. While sales teams are willing to help out it almost always will come down to the support teams. If you are willing to take on a lot all at once you will thrive here.
There is always a lot of work too do, and some people are appreciated more than others.
Customer Service Representative (Current Employee) – Salt Lake City, UT – 30 January 2017
Upper management tried to show that they care about the employees, but they are hollow gestures. This company can be a great place, depending on coworkers, but they continue to change as they become more corporate and grow. Very driven by "the bottom line"
People are great, for the most part, Down Town
Management often removed from reality. All glory goes to sales, everyone else is "just there"
AT&T Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – 8 August 2016
Great job. You work on your own ,& you are able to take shifts if its available and trading with your coworkers. It is a very strict facility (no Phone) on the floor unless you want to get fired . You have a lot of freedom when working at vista , your team lead ,manager is not always watching your every unless you are in need of some help.
I worked in the Austin office, and management was a joke. The manager sits on his phone and pays you no attention during your weekly one on one meetings (if you have one). There is no training and you are extremely micromanaged. The best part of the job was my co workers, they are great people. Turnover is high and everyone hates their job. Would not be surprised if the Austin office is not shut down within a year.
Scheduling Manager (Former Employee) – Salt Lake City, UT – 20 April 2016
I loved that you were made to feel appreciated and valued in this position. Meetings in a team environment were a high priority and opinions were asked and used. Lots of opportunity for growth and training available.
Lots of training.
To many changes in a short period after I started position.
Recruiting Associate, International (Former Employee) – Salt Lake City, UT – 12 March 2015
Vista was a wonderful place to work. Great benefits, great culture, competitive pay. My only complaint is that they were a little behind in how they communicated. A lot of tribal knowledge rather than documentation. The biggest problem with that complaint is they were continually working on fixing that so it can't be much of a complaint in the future. If they had an IT opening, I would go for it in a heartbeat.
Locum Hospitalist Physician (Current Employee) – Stafford Springs, CT – 23 December 2013
A typical day at work: NA What you learned: NA Management: NA Your co-workers: NA
Vista is a staffing company that is very friendly and ccoperative with locum physicians. The aforementioned questions could not be answered as I worked with different hospitals with different coworkers and work environments.