Admin (Current Employee) – Herndon, VA – October 8, 2014
Great place to work for. Management is always polite and willing to help. What I have learned is it takes a good team that understands it is all about team work to get through the day and to get all task done accurately. We typically meetup, our team of Admins arrive to work early 6:30 am. We set up stations and then move on to assisting the military personnel with registration and information as needed and guide them through the assessment process. The hardest part of the job is it is a working lunch and the most enjoyable part of the work is helping our soldiers as they have served us by fighting for our country.
Wonderful training modules
Wish they had more assignments I could work every weekend
Medical Service Coordinator (Former Employee) – La Crosse, WI – April 7, 2017
This was my first telecommunications job. They treated me very well working around a death in the family so I could go. They train you very well and don't let anyone fall behind. The benefits would have been amazing if I could have stayed, and there was always chances of promotion. Unfortunately, I had to leave when I went to school because I didn't have enough hours available to work there.
Health Assessment Provider (Current Employee) – Elkhorn, NE – December 5, 2016
Great people to work with. Get to travel for work. Get to meet military personnel who make sure we sleep well each night. You do have to pay for your travel and hotel up front but reimbursed right away.
They will promise you everything you want/need and never deliver.
Medical Service Coordinator (Current Employee) – La Crosse, WI – February 15, 2016
A typical day at work involves scheduling appointments for service members to attend appointments for their medical readiness profiles.
I've learned a lot of very useful information and interesting facts from this employer.
Management is a joke, the entire department is ran horrendously and for how well they do the services they advertise it is truly a miracle that they are as good at it as they advise you. If you have a question or concern, be sure to never specifically ask your supervisor for help or it will be held against you. Do not ask questions that will involve any sort of thought behind the answer, as you will be viewed as a person who is trying to instigate problems. Do not question what one supervisor will tell you, even if another supervisor has told you something completely different.
The Coworkers are easily the only good part about the job. The genuine thoughtfulness and hard work that comes from this company is 100% the employees. I wholeheartedly believe any member of management is only interested in looking out for themselves. The only way to get any actual information or help at all is to ask a co-worker who isn't management.
The hardest part of the job is when you accept a position that is listed as 40 hours per week, you will not get those hours. You will only get them if they are busy enough to provide them to you. When the work is a typical day, there is not enough work for everyone to do and you will be sent home early, with out pay. Hopefully you aren't thinking about the late shift with the shift differential, because you will be askedmore... (forced, if you want hours) to switch to an earlier shift. You may be interested in receiving the $13.70 an hour they advertise as the starting wage for this position, however you will not receive that rate until you are finished with training, and you will not receive the 40 hours per week in this position until you are a full time employee. (Be advised, this can be a minimum of 3 months, with no guarantee to be hired on and will more than likely be longer than that.) I absolutely recommend everyone who reads this interview to only except the early or possibly the mid-shift so you can hopefully get the hours you're expecting from taking a full-time position.
The most enjoyable part of my job is the part where I do not get the promised starting wage.
The most enjoyable part of my job is the part where I do not get the promised starting amount of hours.
The most enjoyable part of my job is the part where I do not get the benefits, or become a full time employee, due to an unforeseen illness.
The most enjoyable part of my job is the part where I do not get the decency to have any sort of guaranteed parking spot and you are expected to arrive nearly an hour early (daily) to find one.
The most enjoyable part of my job is the part where I have done every single thing imaginable to be respectful, courteous, and understanding, as well as flexible to accommodate some of the business needs, but because I am only a temp employee (just like you will be when you regrettably accept this position) my needs are neglected and laughed at. I promise, if you accept this position, you will discover that below all of the very nice looking, very proper and "very apologetic" staff you will find that what was promised to you and the manner in which you receive it, will all be unattainable. Even if you manage to successfully meet their unrealistic goals for your performance metrics, and even if you manage not to miss work the entire time it takes them to decide to hire you; the respect and appreciation, as well as the courteousness of sticking to their word will not come.less
Not a difficult job. Excellent co-workers.
Neglectful management, false-promises, and inability to commit to anything. Not enough hours
A Company that you go nowwhere in, unless you have friends in higher position
Floater (Former Employee) – La Crosse WI – August 16, 2015
The culture at this company is very poor. Not a fun place to work for. People were moved into positions that they were not qualified for and ones that were, not even considered. It's not what you know, but who you know. Poor mangement
Working with complex health cases in telephonic setting
Case Manager Registered Nurse (Former Employee) – La Crosse WI – July 13, 2015
Very good company to work for. Working with survivors and responders to the World Trade Center, Pentagon and Shanksville. Gov't program. Work place setting is in many cubicles. High paced. Hardest part is dealing with members who are dying related to their exposures at WTC. Management is young in age and immature. Very high school click like team. Owner of company is excellent visionary and takes care of its employers and has a heart for Veterans, such as myself.
Records Mgmt Specialist in Data Control (Current Employee) – Corporate bldg1 – May 13, 2015
There is a lot of computer work to be done. Some of us work hard to get it done but aren't always appreciated for it. It really depends on your supervisor how work life can be enjoyable or miserable. There are bad bosses everywhere and here is no exception. The wellness benefits can only be used with your supervisors approval so you have to stay on that person's good side. Every department at LHI is different and the rules are different. Most people are friendly at least to your face but the supervisors and leads get together a lot to talk about the employees. Once one sup or lead has a discrepancy against an employee, it will show up in your review in the Data Control dept. There are a lot of chiefs and a lot of Indians at this company but it's still hard to switch positions because of all the unemployment in the area. Employees and temps come and go quickly here but the supervisors just get more strict and tedious. We have to account for every minute of our workday but yet there's still some that slack off-must be because they brown nose or lie about what they've been doing. Can't complain or it will back fire and make it worse. Working out in the field for this company is a lot different than working in the office. We still try to keep the service members our #1 priority but it is very difficult working under stressful pressure that is really unnecessary.
good health benefits & a beautiful view of the MS river
Execs need to re-evaluate thier supervisors & how they treat employees
Great job to first start off with as a phlebotomist. Not a lot of events in Cleveland yet, but hopefully that will change soon. You will set up your station as a biometric screener. You will also have a station where you will be able to utilize youe phlebotomy skills.
Physician Assistant (Current Employee) – Atlanta, GA – October 14, 2014
I love the fast pace of the ER. Always being diligent and meticulous with my medical decision making. The techniques that I have learned as a PA-C along with my daily reading of medical journals helps me to be the best PA that I can be. I'm a leader but I understand how to be a team player and do what is best for the patient. The hardest part of my job is clocking out after a twelve hour shift and walking past the waiting room only to notice there are patients who still acute emergent treatment. The most enjoyable part of my job is being able to give back to my community by being a positive and inspiring role model.