Outsource Operations Rep (Current Employee) – Glen Mills, PA – July 25, 2017
It's a good entry level company. There's not much room to move up but it's good work to have on your resume after college. Or if you're looking for a job with minimal stress that pays pretty well, this is good for you too. Basically, it's just hard to make it a career in most cases.
ED Registrar (TJUH) (Current Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – May 18, 2017
Hired me for a patient service contract position with a Center City Hospital ER. Pay is decent, sucks that it is bi-monthly direct deposit. DO not have benefits for contract workers. Not allowed to do overtime even though the department I work for has the need.
Hired quickly, decent pay for a contract position.
Consultant (Current Employee) – Chadds Ford, PA – May 4, 2017
Over worked and under paid...go somewhere else and don't waste your time and energy on a firm like this. total employees are bout 150 and they don't promote internally no matter what they say during the hiring process
Call Representative (Former Employee) – Chadds Ford, PA – March 25, 2017
Worked there for almost a year.... Went in everyday with a smile on my face, and did my job very well. I was bullied and harassed regularly along with others. Very deceitful and controlling director who was the most mean spirited person I've ever dealt with in what is supposed to be a professional environment. If you're looking for a safe place to work, keep looking.
Patient Scheduler (Current Employee) – Chadds Ford, PA – March 19, 2017
I worked in their call center. The Director is unprofessional. She doesn't want people to grow and move on. She places you in this box and wants the employees to stay in the call center. When an employee gives their resignation, she tries to give them a guilt trip. They don't pay well at all and their benefits are expensive and horrible.
N/A (Former Employee) – Chadds Ford, PA – October 27, 2016
They never have enough people to work in the department. They burn their current employees out putting more work on them. Upper Managment / HR try's to save as much money as they can by hiring a few workers.
Senior Consultant (Current Employee) – Chadds Ford, PA – May 8, 2015
After 3 years at this firm I'm sorry to say leadership showed its true colors in that they have no emotional intelligence. Some of the partners showed they could not own a project instead they demonstrated their short comings and did not stand up to an abusive client to support their staff. Verbally abusing your staff never accomplishes anything when helping them to improve would be a better solution.