After taking some time to recover from Hurricane Harvey, we have returned to shine the light on our employees once again. This month, we honor Appeals Coordinator, LaTasha. Proud mother of two and a hairstylist in her free time, LaTasha is a top performer in her department. She has a great rapport with her peers and the appeals nursing staff, and she goes above and beyond to meet deadlines and exceed expectations. When asked about her performance, her manager said, “LaTasha always does everything requested of her in a timely manner and with a great attitude. Her positive attitude, strong work ethic and tenacity have made her a valuable asset to the department.”
When we informed LaTasha that she was Team1Medical Employee of the Month for November, we sent her a few interview questions. Here’s what she had to say.
How did you get involved with Team1Medical Staffing?
I was referred by a co-worker that spoke highly of the services.
Before working with Team1Medical, what was the most unusual or interesting job you’ve ever had?
I worked at a RTC with children that had been mentally, emotionally and physically abused, so everyday was crazy and I went hope everyday crying, wanting to bring a kid or so home.
How has Team1Medical helped you in your career development?
ExecuTeam has placed me with a company that I enjoy going to and working for. My recruiter (Shannon has been a ray of sunshine) has helped me to see that there is such a thing as an employer that cares about you beyond work.
What have you gained from working with Team1Medical?
My will again to work.
What is you Motto or Personal Mantra?
What God has for me, it is for me!
When are you happiest?
When my kids/family are happy.
What do you do when you aren’t working?
Work…lol… I am also a hairstylist of 25 years.
What 3 traits define you?
Caring, Humble, Driven
What are you proudest of?
Being a mother and caring for two kids that have grown to fine individuals.
Finish this thought: “Before I die, I would like to…”
Take a tropical vacation!
What advice do you have for prospective Team1Medical candidates?
To be patient, open, understanding and humble.
Congratulations LaTasha! Thank you for all of your hard work!