Project Manager (Current Employee) – LA – February 21, 2013
This used to be a good company until about a year ago. The founder sold it 100% to Hearst, which is not a good company to be working under. The future intent is to consolidate all the healthcare business companies owned by Hearst at the expense of quite a few employees in LA (all about the bottom line). In certain departments, there are definite favorites (it helps if you are Asian and male - there's definite discrimination), there are no opportunities for advancement, and the salaries are ridiculously low with less than cost of living increases. The benefits are not very good either (NO bonuses). In certain departments, there's an atmosphere of "being on the clock" and being browbeaten instead of being free to do a great job with encouragement - some employees have clear talents in certain areas yet are pulled into other areas where failure is guaranteed so they can be easily removed for the sake of the bottom line. Management style is secretive and highly political - there is no transparency in the LA office. This is not a secure company to work for at this time.
Senior Leader (Current Employee) – Los Angeles, CA – June 26, 2017
Management and new executive team is inept and newly minted with a failing company. Large reorgs occurring, staff has been cut from over 150 to 50 people total. Just keeping afloat with few legacy clients that are waiting till contracts are run out. Stay away.
Training Specialist (Former Employee) – Los Angeles, CA – April 21, 2017
A typical day at Zynx is a very busy ten hours. The company is very customer focused, and the employees are very supportive of one another. Management is largely ineffective, changing frequently and often blaming employees for their decisions. The hardest part of my job was the near-constant travel, and the most enjoyable was my relationship with the customers and the support and friendship of my fellow employees at those locations.