Here's what people have asked and answered about working for and interviewing at CHR.
Hire an outside consulting firm to handle all your employee relations issues. Your HR leadership who you have in office right now is beyond awful. All they care about is the company's image and their own selfish career advancement, nothing else. They don't do diddly squat to actually help or assist the company's employees. But they certainly talk a good game..
Usually it's about 8 or 9 but sometimes it can be even more. My work week usually averages about 47 hours each week.
They weren't very good. The medical insurance is very expensive. And the starting salary for my position was much less than what I'm currently earning now. The total compensation package offered to me for my position wasn't nearly enough what it should have been considering all of the added duties and job responsibilities which kept being piled on. Annual raises or cost of living adjustments aren't issued either here at this company.
CHR in windsor (Connecticut) is atrocious. The management and human resources people are very cliquey and act like they're still stuck in Junior high school together. Human resources at CHR isn't fair or objective. They will ALWAYS side with management, even when management is dead wrong or acting unethically.. or even illegally. And human resources leadership here at CHR in Windsor doesn't care about anything else than their own career agendas and reputations. Human resources was the reason why I dreaded going to this job every single day. Never did they support me as an employee when I had workplace issues and instead they sided with management and kind of bullied and harassed me while I was working there.
This answer is referring to Community Health Resources based out of the Windsor, CT office. But CHR seems to have other disambiguation results for other companies out there. For the company I'm referring to in Windsor, CT named Community Health Resources, the most stressful part of working there was definitely the human resources leadership who was very snobby and unhelpful in helping me as an employee resolve workplace issues. All the leadership in Community Health Resources cares about in my opinion is the company's image, nothing else.
Every 6 months with good standings.
Immediate targeting by management and their HR buddies who protect them every step of the way. Doesn't matter if management is dead wrong or at fault. HR here in this company, CHR will still cover for and protect them. Answer to this question describes CHR offices in Manchester and Windsor Connecticut. Must be fair for me to specify that. Because honestly, I don't know what CHR stands for or what it's like to work for in other states. Only can tell you my knowledge of the Connecticut offices.
Most: my colleagues and clients, real people who stay true to themselves and their beliefs
Least: was definitely HR/personnel department because they was very sneaky and dishonest, stuck in elementary school style clique with upper management cronies
P.S. This referring to CHR who they have headquarters located in Windsor, Conn. But I don't know nothing about the Texas or Virginia locations included here so couldn't tell you about those
One of my friends referred me here.
Let me list 5 instead:
These all describe Community Health Resources, both management and HR. (Location in Connecticut)