This particular employee was working with a team of remarkable people as they studied various different medical conditions such as anxiety, memory, sleep, and ADHD and described them as a great team to work with. Of course, the only downside tends to be the erratic hours some of the employees have to work due to their clients coming in at all hours of the night. Sometimes, they even come to these brain performance centers on the weekend and they end up having to work on Saturdays. So it’s not the best work-life balance but, overall, it’s a great company to work for. Many of the employees there have talked about how much they love the work they do for Neurocore.
Since its inception in 2004, Neurocore has become one of the world leaders in the field of applied neurosciences. They currently have nine different brain performance centers sprinkled throughout Michigan and Florida but what is it like working for them? Well, rest assured it’s one of the most rewarding experiences you’ll ever have. They currently just have one position available as they are currently looking for a client engagement specialist. One of their former employees reviewed the company, saying the management cares about all of their employees. Additionally, he mentioned that Neurocore offers a comprehensive benefits package including a 401k match, health insurance and paid time off. They also provide a decent salary for all employees. See more information about Neurocore at Linkedin.com
One of the reviews, in particular, discussed the process of applying and interviewing for a position at the company. He submitted his application online and it wasn’t long before he received an invitation to interview with them within a week of applying. He went to the interview and received the typical questions you might expect. It was a very casual and informal type of interview which he enjoyed. He was interviewed by two different people. One of them was from corporate while the other actually worked at the performance center. So, in March of 2017, he was offered a position just a few hours after he interviewed and he took the job with pleasure. Follow Neurocore on Twitter.