Apria Healthcare Reviews

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    Former Employee - Sales Representative in San Francisco, CA (US)
    Former Employee - Sales Representative in San Francisco, CA (US)

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    If you work hard, you have great opportunity to make a lot of money as a sales rep and if you remain positive and handle emotions affectively, you will learn to problem solve in a frustrating environment, which will make you a better employee, co-worker and person at work and in your general relationships.


    Insurance and government run this industry, creating a lot of stress for HME companies, MDs and patients. This is a highly service oriented sales position that requires a lot of patience. It's important to focus on positives rather than negatives in this business if you want to be successful.

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    Apria provides many tools for sales reps to succeed in many ways; however, too many tools and constant changing of direction creates major lack of focus. Cut down on the conference calls and training that interrupts the work day and create in person, monthly written tests for sales reps (and customer service reps) until they pass at 90% to ensure they understand their products and services offered. They can study and take training classes on their own time. Also, please realize that sales can understand ops and tools like ACIS, but they are not ops! Customer service and branch managers need to take responsibility for their roles. Sales reps who have time to visit accounts on a consistent basis and focus on relationship building will grow their business faster than those who are chasing documentation 90% of the time.

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Apria Healthcare Interviews

Updated 26 Oct, 2014
Updated 26 Oct, 2014

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    Logistics Coordinator Interview

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    will not pay relocation, interview was very casual. Mostly trying to find if I would be a good fit and if I could adapt to the difficult computer system.

    Negotiation Details
    yes you can negotiate but not much. I had about a 1-2 dollar and hour range and that is what other employees had as well.
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Website www.apria.com
Headquarters Lake Forest, CA
Size 5000+ Employees
Founded 1991
Type Company - Private
Industry Health Care
Revenue $2 to $5 billion (CAD) per year

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