DHG feels their administrative support is second class. If you don't have a degree, then you're considered the bottom feeder of the company. There is no chance for advancement, and they feel it's a privilege for you to work there and treat you accordingly. They have all their 'supposed' employee benefits - they are all pretty on paper, but they do just enough.
They are so focused on making the top 100 places to work - they literally sent out a survey to all the staff, got us all to write our reviews and then after it was all said and done fired over 100 employees. Everyone there is job scared and the partners laugh and make jokes at the expense of the administrative staff.
They could work a lot smarter with their money, but they spend it extremely frivolous. It really looks good on paper, and for a few months it is until an employee sees what they are really about.