Training & Staff Development Manager (Current Employee) – Moreno Valley, CA – May 14, 2017
Management is reactive versus proactive. Attempts to change the culture from one of non-communication, "need to know" leadership is met with strong opposition from inexperienced staff that hold leadership positions. There has been a recent change in some important leadership positions (change in incumbents) and this may help attempts to make the organization to be a better place to work.
It was a very relaxed environment and I was always comfortable reaching out for help. However, after two years I asked for a raise and was denied on account of "the people at the top." I found this to be very discouraging and led to my departure of the company. Maybe the CEO should spend less money on "random" drug testing and extravagant Christmas luncheons that most employees dread.
Clerical Support (Current Employee) – Venice, FL – December 16, 2016
I enjoy working for CHS. I love the people I work with so much so that I have been with the company for more than 5 years, and consider all of my co-workers as friends. The benefits are amazing, the monetary compensation is lacking, however it balances out with the people. Plus, they are very supportive in the community and are always opportunities to volunteer your service.
Benefits, Employee Appreciation, Health & Job Fairs, on-site cafeteria
Pleasant co-workers, never boring, large learning curve. Training could be improved. Time went very fast because I was constantly busy. A lot of overtime...sometimes too much. Enjoyable atmosphere. Company did different things for the employees to show appreciation such as bring in a yogurt truck for all employees, provide pizza parties when goals are met and let us off early sometimes on the day prior to a holiday.
Good benefits, great working atmosphere
Sometimes had to work 10-12 hour days which made it hard to make plans.
RDA (Former Employee) – FALLBROOK – March 29, 2014
This place is crazy. If you are a person that doesnt care about patients, doesnt mind the dentist yelling at you or patients, and that loves to be overworked, then this is the place for you. There is no opportunity for growth here. They make you do more than what is in your job description and dont pay extra nor give bonuses because they are always broke. They just care about numbers and production and not their employees. The dont give you the necessary supplies and expect you to do miracles with what you have on hand. They are so broke that I had to bring my own toilet paper and soap from home. They dont give raises every year but overolad you with responsibilities. The main DENTIST is so unprofessional who has no respect for you or the patients. And is always in a bad mood. Neverless to say he DOESNT speak english and you have to translate EVERYTHING! DONT WORK HERE! You can do better. Upper management doesnt care about employees!!!
always busy and you get to meet a lot of new people
Medical Assistant (Former Employee) – Fallbrook – February 10, 2014
I worked there for 18 months, never got a raise. They do that whole you should be glad you're even working routine that many companies are doing. I love what I do but you can only take being under appreciated for so long. Co workers are awesome, the people in the community is awesome, just have to do a lot of audits which is good to be the best we can be but it is exhausting. Pay though is really insulting. Especially when you can work for a good company like Radys or Kaiser for almost double the pay.
Medical Assistant (Former Employee) – Bloomington – January 5, 2014
I worked for this company 2 yrs ago, just to find out they wore broke lay off after 3 mths later , company did not have money not even for toilet paper i had to bring my own from home.thet shouldn"t hire if they are thinking they can't keep their employees for long, always changing employees , bad place to work if you need money .
Unfortunately I was trained to do a job I did not get a chance to do because the ground work to implement the system was not put in place before they hired over 40 people to implement their BCMA system consequently leading to layoffs of all who were hired.