Medical Assistant (Current Employee) – Oneida, TN – February 5, 2016
I'm thankful for the time I have had there. The employees are hard working and caring for each and every pt. The clinical manager takes her time in working with you and helping you in every way she can.
Supervisor (Former Employee) – Minnesota – January 22, 2016
This is a horrible company to work for in the maple grove reprocessing and distribution facilities. The management takes away chairs, monitors your bathroom time, talks garbage about you behind your back and smiles to your face. They terminate people for not reaching unrealistic goals. They force short overtime notices of people they micro manage your every move. The upper management kisses butt to the executives in FL and then completely rips them behind their backs. HR is a total joke not taking any action to discipline people for attendance or yes even drinking on the job but will verbally counsel someone for parking in the wrong spot. You will not see your family or have a social life DO NOT be sucked in by their smiles and fools gold of talk about advancement they will not promote you. YOU CANT RUN FAST ENOUGH
Home Health Aide (Former Employee) – Lansdale, PA – December 15, 2015
i loved interacting with all my residents and to see how they live everyday and be able to care for them gave me a sense of accomplishment. all the driving was a lot on my car but its totally flexible and the pay is great.
It is a work environment that has a number of challenges mixed in with some rewarding opportunities. One's success is driven primarily by the quality assurance of the deliverable product. If the end-user is satisfied with the sale then up-sale opportunities are available. It has its fair share of red-tape like most organization. Most enjoyable part of the job is providing a solution for the customer that is truly appreciated.
Not to difficult to have dialog with audience
The company does not provide the most conducive environment to be successful.
Residential Aide (Current Employee) – Media, PA – September 28, 2015
My job is very diverse. Before coming to work you never know what to expect. Predicting how your day will turn out in totally impossible. Learning new things is never ending, and everyone such as co-workers are team players. The most enjoyable part of my job is being helpful and making a difference.
This company has no concern for employees and you have zero work /life balance . People are constantly leaving because of management and the way they intimidate you although subtly. I do enjoy most of the co workers but the work days are long and unorganized.
Driver Class A (Current Employee) – Miramar, FL – August 6, 2015
Good job, long hours, bad management, poor planning, old equipment, no relief drivers, always trying to cut overtime over, not a stable work environment, don't know how long this company will stay in business.
Days are busy for me. My manager is a great boss to work for, and co-workers are great to work with. The general manager is always on the attack of hourly employees and people are leaving the company because of management.
Driver (Former Employee) – Nashville,Atlanta – July 1, 2015
the Company is Base in Tn. And there are Depot around that . I Work for the Atlanta depot. The work is easy but keeps you busy. When your Done with your Route you can Go home after Clocking out. I would say that Job Security is the hardest part of the Job. And the crew Help each other.
Synergy Health is a great place to work, I loved working for this company. The employees are great!!
Human Resource Generalist (Former Employee) – Salt Lake City – April 14, 2015
At the end of the production worker's shift, it was fun to have the worker's tell me "goodnight, see you tomorrow!" The most enjoyable part of the job was my interactions with the employees! I built a trust with them. If one of the employees came to me with a question, I made sure that I researched and gave them an answer within a reasonable time. I built a great relationship with the employees.
a typical day at synergy would be clocking in and getting to work folding and sorting through towels and drapes, I learned about inspecting and packaging, the most enjoyable part of the job was learning something new