Webinar: Build Your Healthcare Technology Content Marketing Plan
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No two days at Right Source are the same: Work on a healthcare technology client one day and a cybersecurity software firm the next. You may spend one day doing a lot of writing, and the next managing projects. No matter the day, though, you won’t be able to escape the intensity of the work, dedication of the people, and the idea that work can, in fact, be fun.
“As Right Sourcers we don’t feel like we ‘just work here.’ We all have an ownership mentality that shows in everything we do.”
— Yvonne Lyons
Right Source offers a full benefits package including health insurance, health savings account, short-term disability, 401(k) plan with discretionary match, generous PTO, training opportunities, business casual attire, flexible schedules, and more.
“There’s a culture of constant improvement. We’re always encouraged to share our ideas for how we can be better.”
— Katie Wolf
With two office locations — one outside Washington, D.C., one outside Baltimore — we’ve got the Mid-Atlantic region surrounded. Sure, the actual offices offer some cool stuff: a well-stocked beer fridge and snack selection, an unparalleled collection of Nerf guns, and dozens of restaurants and bars within walking distance. But the best part of each location is the people.
“No two days are the same at Right Source. As a marketing nerd, I couldn’t ask for a better place to work!”
— Dov Hoffman
Our business is only as strong as the talent, aptitude, and attitude of the people we hire, so when you work at Right Source, you’re working with the best of the best. More importantly, though, you’re working with truly teamwork-oriented people — we always work in groups, and each employee’s objective is not just to raise his or her game, but to raise the stakes for the whole team and organization.
“Working with people who care just as much as you do and are always ready to pitch in makes Right Source a place you want to be.”
— Alecia Farley
We recruit and hire every position as if it’s the most important role in the company, because on a given day, it might be. And once a person is on board, we don’t just hope that they’ll grow, we truly nurture that growth, and make adjustments in position or structure to accommodate it.
“We strive to not only grow ourselves — as individuals, a team, and a company — but to grow each of our clients as individuals, a team, and a company.”
— Shannon Walsh
You don’t need to have a C-level title or financial stake in a business to be invested in a company’s success. Any employee at any level can — and should — have an ownership mentality. Learn what an ownership mentality looks like and why it’s important in our blog post, “Spotting the Ownership Mentality in Employees.”Read More