Resolution Sucks Customer Reviews and Feedback
This article lists computer monitor screen resolutions that are defined by standards or in common use. Most of them use certain preferred numbers.
Medical Consultant/ Travel Analyst (Former Employee) says"This company is on the decline, and not worth your time. there assignments are bad in poor locations. they put you up at the cheapest motels, in the middle of no where. there on site mangers are not knowledgeable or reliable. there are no supervisors on site only at the corporate office in Colorado, so the manager can say or do anything to you and the corporate office will always side with them. Their treatment of employees is fair, but if there is a problem you are on your own. The pay is good, but don't spend your money because once your assignment has ended there is no guarantee that they will have another for you. Cons: bad assignments, in poor locations"
Collections Analyst (Former Employee) says"This felt like a great fit for me when I started working there 18 months ago. However the culture there now is much like a call center and is not at all the place I originally went to work for. I have no idea what has happened in the upper ranks but I cannot honestly recommend this employer to anyone who is not willing to work with the feeling your head is on a chopping block every day. Cons: Demanding more from you without providing the tools you need."
Accounts Receivable (Former Employee) says"You never know from day to day if you'll be laid off. If they lose a contract then you lose your job and it feels like they are always about to lose a contract. Cons: not stable"
Traveling Revenue Cycle Analyst (Former Employee) says"I worked at Re|solution Consulting for less than 1 year. I was sold one description of what the job was and it turned out to be totally different. I was told it was a traveling position (base pay) plus per diem rate with opportunities for bonuses, however that was completely contradictory of what the job entailed. Revenue Cycle Analyst here are nothing more than Billing/Follow-Up specialist. I’m not sure who closes the contracts with the clients but thorough training may need to be involved. How do you allow clients to sign up to do one thing and then decide to cancel or back out of contracts so easily? I understand the CEO wants to build these lasting relationships with clients but within my short time there it didn’t seem to work as they were not only losing clients but consultants at a fast rate. The project “Leads” are not knowledgeable and intimidated by anyone that may know a little more than them. Lastly, nepotism is rampant and quite obvious here. Cons: No job security as they are always about to lose a client"