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Newsweek: Bass Pro, AECI among most trustworthy companies

Posted 4/19/23

List comprises 700 U.S. firms in 23 industries with at least $500 million in revenue.

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I can not believe Bass Pro was a trustworthy co. When I went to work with my husband, Dr. Andy Wright, one of my duties was to pre authorize surgeries. We were in net work and it was easy to do w/ the proper info to show that surgery was needed. The co, did pay us. But the problem popped up if a patient needed a biggie surgery, a hysterectomy, a bladder lift w/ a ****** pro lapse repair. etc, before they were scheduled to come back to work, the patient would get a call to say their job had been eliminated, They were of course upset, but was assured they could come back and reapply for their job or any other position that was open. Of course the patient would go in and reapply for their job, but they learned that they had lost their former pay level, and their access to any benefits they once had. By that time their anger set in and they refused to work for the company. It is no wonder Bass Pro always had a large variety of jobs available. If you know of any one who needs a job w/ a local co. w/ benefits I would recommend Andy's Frozen Custard. We were in net wok w/ their insurance and their employees all say "they hung the moon.".

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