One of the things that I’ve longed and prayed for in my career was to work for a company that valued your thoughts and ideas. I was so happy that I stumbled upon my current company in Indeed. Of course, I looked at their info and how long they have been around in the wound care world, and at that time, they were only three years old. I was skeptical because, well, they’re new. Are they set up? Do they have good medical insurance? How many vacation/sick/PTO days? How is PTO acquired? Are the bosses nice?… These are just the typical questions you would like to know when getting into a new job. I did my interview, and I was interviewed by the Head of HR and the National Medical Director!! Of course, I was nervous, haha, as always! But they were fantastic! Smiley, we were laughing in that call, and I had this ease after that interview and felt that this is an excellent company. Alas, after a few negotiations, I accepted the offer. And I haven’t looked back since. I realized that sometimes it’s nice to bet on a newer company because they are willing to grow and eager to listen to new ideas, while older companies are already set in their old ways and will not budge or change.
I have a very, very good feeling that this company will take over the wound care world! The Wound Pros are coming, though!!!! Watch out, world.