When something seems to good to be true, it probably is.
Operations Assistant (Former Employee) – Arvada, CO – July 15, 2017
This was a dream job until you get really involved and try to give all you can. There is a major issue with leadership and corprate orginization. No job has a real outline on what your supposed to until you do to much then you get repramanded. I can this company all I could give and I was terminated for "lack of humility and empathy" which I think is a hard thing to lack in the medical field.
great culture! Job security and advancement is questionable
N/A (Current Employee) – Massachusetts – May 12, 2017
The culture is amazing. Work life balance is out of this world. Everyone is very friendly and always willing to help!
On the contrary there is little structure, and no clarity on how to progress to the next phase of your current position. There's no standard way of doing anything, the only thing consistent is constant change. Group layoffs are unsettling. Job security is questionable.
flexible schedules, great culture and work life balance
I don't work for this company. I applied to a position and was set up for a phone interview. The lady I was having the interview with never got back to me. I emailed her and she said she was busy. Set it up again and she never called me. If this is how the interview process is I can only imagine how it is to work there. Thanks, but no thanks!
Not very good leaders, can't even set up a phone interview.
Operations Coordinator (Former Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – March 4, 2017
Great company with great values working to change healthcare in a positive way. Laid back work culture, and you work with like minded individuals who are all caring and compassionate. Interview process is long but they want to make sure you're there for the right reason..to transform healthcare. Down side is they are a start up health care company so with that they're still trying to find their way, but that also means great room for innovation.