Great place for entry level, flexible, competitive benefits
Health Educator/Weight Management (Current Employee) – Indianapolis, IN – June 23, 2016
I loved the job but limited opportunities to move up. I love using voluntary time off during seasons where my family could travel. I wished there was more mentorship programs and developement training. Job is stress free but repititive with lots of sitting unless you switch to a standing desk. Con is being a health coach and being still that long. No face to face engagement with participants unless you are a onsite coach. Most enjoyable part is the culture. Possible to work from home.
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Indianapolis, IN – July 31, 2016
Good Place to work except they did not extend our contracts. They bought pizza and always had food out. Good Managers. Hospital employees. I wish I could have been a hire up. Its a great culture to work in.
Job was challenging, but supervisor and co-workers were always willing to help. The supervisor was open to suggestions, and had an open door policy. The people were fun to work with. Team work was extremely important. The job presented many opportunities to grow within the company.
DevOps Engineer (Former Employee) – Portland, OR – April 11, 2016
Great place to work. The culture is very laid back but professional and competent. I was only there for a 3 month contract; the manager and architect I was assigned to work with were both excellent and highly competent.
Wellness Manager (Former Employee) – Indy – March 8, 2016
I enjoyed my time with WebMD. However, when the vendor contract ended, so did my job. I was very disappointed that HR and/or recruiters and my direct supervisor did not do more to move me into another position within the company. It seems like they would want to retain good employees.
Freelance Medical Editor/Copywriter (Former Employee) – New York, NY – March 7, 2016
Horrible place to work. It's like a sweatshop. The management is out of touch and the work is allocated like an assembly line. There is alot of turnover at this company, and no incentive to grow. I will never work there again.
disaster recovery (planning, support, testing), and security. Technical and Applications support of MUMPS(MSQL)/CACHE, Clearcase, LDAP, WEBMD, Medical Manager, Intergy EMR,GE HEalthcare (IDX), EPIC, CERNER, etc. Maintain, manage and supervise local data center environments, access, security, etc. Analysis of UNIX server farm site configuration and change management practices to conform with industry standard and SEI level III - Capability Maturity Modeling
Associate Project Manager (Former Employee) – New York, NY – October 12, 2015
The blantant racism, deplorable communication and poor management skills of those in authority is so bad its actually funny. The VP allows such immature and unprofessional behavior of its collegues its no wonder they have high turnover and even staff people quit at an alraming rate. As a contractor if you quickly notice the the toxic environment and lack of organization within teams you are quickly and unexplainably let go.
Contract salary is fair
Blantant racism towards people of color, deplorable communication and poor management
Only good thing is having their name on your resume
Account Executive (Former Employee) – New York, NY – October 2, 2015
The turnover at WebMD is so frequent on the sales team that you're considered a "veteran" if you make it past your one year mark. WebMD's reputation in the industry is abysmal from both a sales rep's and client's point of view. They've earned this reputation from years of disorganization across multiple teams.
While it is a great name to have on your resume, you WILL be: treated unfairly, overworked, frustrated with the amount of churn and running around in circles, micromanaged, and ultimately burned out. When you decide to leave, you'll be informed to not discuss anything with your colleagues, leaving them to one day wonder "what ever happened to that girl who sat over there?"
I would not recommend WebMD as a place to work for sales reps, and I highly suggest looking elsewhere.
Having WebMD's name on your resume, a recruiter's dream job due to frequent turnover
Turnover, disorganization, poor communication, lack of vision, outright poor sales tactics (deception, falsified information, lack of integrity)