Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Chandler, AZ – June 15, 2017
The pay at Healthways was not acceptable and it almost became impossible to be hired on perm if hired through a temp agency. The benefits were too pricy, and by the end of my stay with them the call handling requirements weren't reasonable.
Easy work, Great co-workers, some great management, great walking path
Poor pay, health insurance too pricey, work requirements overbearing
CLT/AMAP (Former Employee) – Weirton, WV – June 4, 2017
Great place to work. The residents are wonderful and for the most part so are the staff at least at the Shiloh apartments. They genuinely cared about the residents, they weren't just there for a paycheck.
they will let you work as many hours as you want to
worked here for six years and an amazing company and organization. The company culture and how fairly the organization treats colleagues has been the most positive piece of my time spent here. I am only leaving due to my husbands job relocating us.
RN (Current Employee) – Columbia, MD – April 28, 2017
This is one of the best companys I have worked for because of the amazing people who employed with the company. A typical day was one of steady change but in a relaxed atmosphere. The management team was patient and extremely professional. The culture of the workplace was friendly and caring. The hardest part of the job for me was knowing a follow colleague was going through a personal struggle or watching a colleague leave the company. The most enjoyable about the job was going to work everyday.
Health Advisor (Former Employee) – Franklin, TN – April 4, 2017
I did not have a good experience with Healthways therefore I have nothing positive to say about them. I was hired through a temp service and was told that me plus 19 other people was hired in. But on the first day of training to transition over to the full time position they fired the entire class. Stating that they do not have room like that thought they did. That was the most hurtful and unprofessional situation I have ever been in.
Health Coach (Former Employee) – Bellevue, WA – March 28, 2017
This is a good company to work for. The management sometimes gets under pressure to meet deadlines but generally they make a congenial work environment. It is a lot of stress sometimes to sit all day, so you have to learn how to pace the work with small breaks and good ergo dynamics. Learned a lot and enjoyed the experience.
Youth Community Engagement Specialist (Former Employee) – Weirton, WV – March 27, 2017
The Organization as a whole was amazing. Solid work hours with pretty good benefits and pay. Advancement was dependent on education and pay incentives did not exists, however the overall satisfaction of working in the field was worth the lower rate of pay.
The training was excellent and the people were very friendly
Customer Service Representative/Call Center Agent (Former Employee) – Chandler, AZ – February 23, 2017
When I worked at Staffmark I was assigned/temporary hired to work for a Health and Wellness company in Chandler,AZ. I fell in love with that company. The company always had fun events happening and took great care of their employees.
Community Living Tech. (Current Employee) – Weirton, WV – February 2, 2017
Working at Shiloh through Healthways is great. A typical day at work I take care of the patients, transport them to doctors appointment and wherever they need to go I living the grocery store. Also, helping with every day care and activities.
Business Technology Rep (Former Employee) – Des Moines, IA - Work At Home – January 30, 2017
2nd level hardware/software support for our remote colleagues. Management was excellent. the culture is very friendly when I worked in the office. What enjoyed most about my job is supporting our team members and creating documentation for better understanding.
Low employee morale. This will be a great place to work one day.
Provider Services Coordinator (Former Employee) – Sterling, VA – January 14, 2017
I did not enjoy the work environment here. I would not recommend this workplace to anyone. Management left much to be desired. However, I believe the CEO is making huge strides to turn the organization around.
Activities/Prizes/Encourages healthy ways of living