Customer Service Representative (Current Employee) – Illinois – December 18, 2017
They expect you to multi-task and get 20 orders a day while answering phones constantly the only time you are able to get anything done is if the phones are rolled over and that usually is at 5pm when overtime starts or when you have lunch, so most often people work through their lunches
Long hours, work and having a regular life is impossible
Patient Account Consultant (Current Employee) – Oklahoma City, OK – December 16, 2017
Management is not in sync with the rest of department. They are friendly but are micro managers. Too many reports on a constant basis. You do not have time to finish the reports. They are always giving you extra work on top of the reports to do. Then you have your own area to work on top of helping them with the extra work. When you help them with their work then they ask why are you not done with your area.
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Belmont, NH – December 14, 2017
Not only are you expected to do 5 peoples job but they dont even come close to paying you enough money for what you do do. The office I worked at the manager was like a scared mouse and let the drivers bully her and tell her what they were & weren't going to do but the morning meetings were a joke where people would make inappropriate comments and sometime even cheer when a client had past away which made me sick to my stomach to be working with such disgusting human beings.
Service Representative (Current Employee) – Logan, UT – December 13, 2017
Lincare provides a productive environment. Management is encouraging and helpful. Days are busy and active. Lincare teaches valuable people skills and creates a positive atmosphere to work as a team and solve problems.
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Brighton, TN – December 13, 2017
The pay is a joke! The work load is crazy! I really wish Lincare would take the time to review all of the employees comments, and fix the problems! I don't know how they stay in business? Customers waiting for weeks to get supplies! I only worked there for a few weeks and found out quick that Lincare is a horrible place to work! I left by my own choice, and I'm only writing this review to save someone else the trouble of applying there. All the bad reviews are true! I wish I would have researched it better before I agreed to work there!
Assembly Line Worker (Former Employee) – Wynne, AR – December 13, 2017
I Hatedddd this company, the managers were Extremely Racist, made disgusting comments, all they do is gossip and lie about what time we were getting off. They have there favorites on who does what and will pick on you until you explode and the pay IS NOT worth all the work you're going to be doing in that warehouse .
They use to buy us lunch
the managers, the hours and the breaks were short the pay
Center Manager (Current Employee) – Marietta, GA – December 13, 2017
Company is so focused on numbers it didn't truly care about patient care. Upper management would not provide resources to facilitate the demand for patient need in regard for equipment. Lincare tries to buy other companies for market share regardless if the company takes a loss. In the process they expect the local center to clean up bad debt assumed through acquisition. Sales reps are ask to resolve issues outside of their scope. Corporate billing creates issues where the reps are not commissioned in a timely manner. Thus, the reps don't get paid.
Corporate looks at numbers while in the ivory tower, while not realizing what's actually needed in the valley (the local centers).
technician (Former Employee) – Glenwood Springs, CO – December 13, 2017
I was hired by the supervisor in Grand Junction to work in Glenwood Springs. I went through all the hoops and got all the licenses, but never worked because she hired her friends son that just got laid off.
Service Representative (Former Employee) – Hickory, NC – December 10, 2017
the worst environment to work in, terrible management on all level, company could care less about its employees, if you like working 10-12 hours a day never having family time and working alot of on call the worst place is for you. this company never take time to help employees just cont barks orders and sends negative comments down there throat daily. trust me when i say do not work for these people you will be sorry!!!!
Looking for a STRESSFUL job, then WORK for Lincare!!!!
Service Representative (Current Employee) – Wichita, KS – December 10, 2017
Typical day making phone calls to patients, loading van(s) with oxygen products and miscellaneous supplies, route deliveries, paperwork and computer input. This office lacks organization as well as communication. Communication between CSR's and Service Representatives (Drivers) is horrible. Delivery tickets are not always filled out with properly with explicit details nor directive. Work atmosphere is very negative and at times hostile. Job is not enjoyable at all.
breaks and up to one hour lunches if you get one when on route delivery.
required to be on call one night each week and be on call one whole weekend monthly
Lincare is not a company for someone that wants to slack. There is always work to be done but that’s the industry that they are in. Even with the amount of work you can still get your reports and projects done in a regular work day. They offer medical benefits,which is always a plus, and other discounts. Anytime I have a question or need help there is always someone willing to lend a helping hand
Benefits, always work to be done, laid back work environment
I've worked at a lot of places, but this is by far the worst company I have ever worked at. I'm surprised there still in business they treat the patients so bad as well as the employees. When I worked there they came in and fired all the managers within 2 weeks, so no one knew if they were going to be let go at anytime. Even if someone was desperate I wouldn't recommend this place to them. Besides that most of the employees are ghetto, uneducated, and suspect. The only thing I learned there was to watch my back, and they will never go out of business because they thrive off the elderly getting sick
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Eau Claire, WI – December 7, 2017
During my time at the company. My thoughts and concerns always got brushed aside. When my old manager got let go, we had someone step into the position that was not at all qualified to do the work and ran out about 5 customers a day with the uncaring approach. And the fact that the person honestly didn’t care about anyone but himself. And proved that when I took time off for a family matter and my personal work space was invaded and reaganged according to what the manager wanted not what worked well for me being the hub of everything that happened . A manager to me is someone who wants the best for the company but also the workers that work underneath them. A manager should not disrespect an employee and should always be professional in any given situation, and should stand behind the words that they say.
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Beckley, WV – December 7, 2017
Not enough staff to cover the job requirements. Most employees are required to perform the job of several people without the means to do so. Antequated computer system and multiple pages of hand written documents that must be submitted to the regional billing office on a daily basis.