I performed standard office support duties, like ordering marketing supplies for the [home health] marketers, I coordinated training meetings for the marketers, booked airline flights for my VP boss and marketers, ordered catered meals.
I also had the responsibility of signing Banquet Event Orders with hotels, created informational slide show presentations for patients, assisted the Marketing Director with large scale party and meeting events.
As time progressed and I had proven my communication skills, I was given the task of negotiating salaries for new hire marketers.
Awesome job and loved my co-workers!
My biggest challenge was hanging on for dear life with a stern and demanding boss who had a history of going through support staff. When I was hired, I was her third admin in less than 2 years.
What I loved about working there was all the interesting stuff that I was learning about the world of outside sales and marketing, the field of home healthcare, as well as the opportunity to use my creativity to write and create presentations.
Ability to visit restaurants and hotel venues for the company, free lunches, learn lots, be creative
RN Case Manager (Former Employee) – Texas – April 10, 2016
This is a very innovative company, and I give them kudos for that. Unfortunately it is taken way too far. Nurses are not marketers. Hire the best Business Development Team you can afford and put them to work doing their jobs. Let the nurses do their jobs, and they will sell themselves.
There are some really good people mixed in with the nuts
RN Branch Director (Current Employee) – Tx – May 7, 2015
You have to work with this company but you get rewarded for it. They have policies and procedures to follow for any terminations and the employees are given opportunities to correct their behaviors. If you quit, then it's because you are not doing your job and just expect a paycheck. If you need more training then you need to talk to your boss. There is plenty of training that you can take advantage of and/or ask for. The people that work there are human and don't act to be better than anyone else. It is a laid back company yet work oriented. I have seen turnover but only from those who don't want to work but want to collect a paycheck.
Sales (Current Employee) – Texas – September 17, 2012
company has potential but being held back by internal and operational oversight. sales and/or business development never a focus and continues to take a backseat to clinical management. turn-over has and always will be a huge problem keeping top talent from wanting to take a chance on employment. benefits are not up to par with companies of relative size in the industry.
benefits or lack there-of, corporate leadership, reputation
HR (Former Employee) – MANSFIELD, TX – August 21, 2014
I have been the Human Resources field for 20 years and what Angmar calls a HR Department is a joke. I have never seen a larger group of uncaring, unprofessional women in my life. The employees HATE having to deal with the HR department and I can see why. There is no customer service becuase these women wake up each morning hating life. Not only are they ugly to the employees but to each other. It's really appalling! Payroll rules change by the week. The branches have no idea what the new protocol will be due to a lack of understanding of Labor Laws. They do not follow the fundemental rules in who to hire..and not to. If you are illegal....this is the place to work!!!
So to any folks out there looking for employement, my suggestion to you is RUN. AND RUN FAST. This is NOT the place you want to call your home away from home.
Regional Director of Business Development (Former Employee) – Travel Job – June 1, 2012
They lead and make decisions through emotion and not fact. They are looking for "puppets" to do and not think. Their solution to solve any problem is to restaff. Arrogant and unwilling to listen to suggestions. I have soon 80%-100% turnover in most office I worked in for this company. Sometimes twice.
This company has very low moral character and is not family friendly. They are cost and revenue driven with no patient care ethic. They are also not HR friendly and fire 8 out of 10 expectant mothers. Would never recommend this company to anyone for employment or pt care.
I have just completed six months on the job with AngMar at the corporate office in Mansfield and I couldn't be happier with my decision to take this position.
With my work, I have clear goals and objectives and do not have someone breathing down my neck all the time. Senior management makes it very clear what they expect and then let me use my skills and talents to get the job done. I'm not "meeting-ed to death" either with more time spent in meetings instead of working.
Also, the work/life balance is wonderful here. The corporate office shuts down at 5:00 PM and HR starts to lock external doors and shuts off secondary hallway lights by 5:15.
That sends a strong signal that employees are expected to show up ready to work, but don't work so much that your family life has to suffer. (I do work until about 6:00 PM at least once or twice per week though, but that's my call.)
There is a good deal of diversity here including women in management positions and employees are encouraged to pitch new and interesting ideas to solve problems.
The only negatives include the fact that IT has been way behind the times and there has been no formal marketing ethos here, but both of those issues are changing in the company.
solid company, good benefits, excellent work/life balance
it slow to catch up, lack of formal marketing directives
Regional Market Director of Business Development (Former Employee) – Mansfield, TX – May 28, 2013
I worked for Angmar form the very beginning of this companies existence. I have seen the good, bad, and ugly. The corporate management are hard working and eager to grow the company. As a Regional Marketing Director my job was very fulfilling. Training, hiring, and maintaining a territory within the company. Management was always interested in listening to my ideas on how to grow a office and develop a territory. Money is great. They start you out at a lower salary and dangle the carrot. Bonus structure is the top in the industry. You work for the extra money. An it was worth it. As a Regional I had a base at $65K and the last year I left I made over 100K. I am a young female. So no discrimination with this company. If you can do the job, it doesn't matter who you are. Co-Workers were great in the marketing department, clinical side at the time needed were difficult, but what clinical and marketing dept get along perfectly.
I enjoyed the travel at 1st but after 4 years I was ready for a change and wanted to stay at home more. This company took a chance on a eager, young, and bright girl. They gave me opportunities no other company would have given me in the industry. I owe my career to this company and the owners.
great pay, open minded management, laid back corporate environment
Clerical/Administrative (Former Employee) – Florida – October 17, 2014
This company is the most unprofessional company I have ever worked for, yet they have the audacity to want above the call of duty from their workers. I was only their for 11 months and from the time I started there till I left, there was only 3 original people left that was there when I started. I have watched an entire staff of people either leave or get fired in this period of time. I was also informed that the office staff prior to us, all walked in one day at the same time. I soon realized why. Their was always unprofessional profanity loudly used almost daily. Yet, I was harassed about my music I played in my office with my doors closed. People were able to bring their animals to the job and they were allowed to roam free and make unsanitary messes in the office. Nothing was never communicated with the entire staff professionally. My immediate manager whom I report to was fired and no one felt the need to report that to me. I found that out from someone that didn't even work there. I have never been on a job where I have never ever been told anything. Not even how the phone system works. They never show you anything, they never fully train you anything, but as soon as they feel corporate is barking down their necks, someone had to pay for it with their job.
Limited holidays, profanity in workplace, animals in workplace, harrassment, lack of communication.