Meet 2 of QTC’s Legacy Employees

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Legacy employees have worked at QTC for more than 20 years. Over the decades, they helped transform QTC into the leading provider of disability and occupational health examinations in the United States.

Get to know who they are and why they stayed below.

Woman with glasses smiles1.) Cyndi Morrison (she/her)

Title: Sr. Business Systems Analyst

Start year: 1998

What is it about QTC that kept you a loyal employee?

During my 30-day onboarding training, our Program Manager instilled in us that we work with people, not case numbers, and it’s a pleasure and honor to speak with Veterans who sacrificed for our country. That filled me with so much pride in what we do here at QTC.

What’s your fondest memory so far?

There are so many. First, the daily stretching exercises our office building did together led by Dr. Lay Kay.

Second, the amazing and cultural diversity of our potlucks. I’ve enjoyed so many dishes I never would have tried.

Third, our QTC Family Days, when nearby clinics and offices spent the day together with our families. I met many staff members that I had only ever spoke with on the phone.

Lastly, I used to be on the Corporate Presentation team and traveled to Washington D.C. for many years, presenting to different government agencies, and congressional and senate staffers.

What are you most proud of?

I am most proud of the training resources I helped create that are still being used by QTC.

Woman in blue scrubs holds award2.) Imelda Diaz (she/her)

Title: Senior Office Coordinator

Start year: 1992

What is it about QTC that has kept you a loyal employee?

My coworkers. It feels like a family at QTC, and I get to meet so many new people. I love to travel, and QTC has given me the opportunity to do that. Just recently, I traveled across the country to train a few teams.

I feel like I’m really able to accomplish my dreams, especially with the job security and benefits that QTC provides.

What’s your fondest memory so far?

Family picnic days at amusement parks like Knott’s Berry Farm and Disneyland. We used to get together with QTC founder Steeve Kay and his family for these small get-togethers. He made us all feel like his family, and my kids played with Steeve’s kids.

What are you most proud of?

I’m most proud of making a difference in my claimants’ lives. My son was a Marine, so working with Veterans means a lot to me.


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