Flashy place to work, upper management all about the image
Marketer (Former Employee) – Fort Wayne, IN – June 19, 2017
With the move to the new building, Ash went from small business with a family like feel amongst peers to a big company more focused on the bottom line. It was an immediate and noticeable paradigm shift that left many wondering if we're helping the average consumer.
My work day was filled with interactions among great people that I would gladly go to bat for, though it was hard to believe in much of the company goals or culture as it was changing year to year. If you don't believe me, go to their site and try to find a mission statement. I'll wait...
Like I said, the people that are employed by Ash in the middle to lower tiers are top notch, great people that are passionate about what they do. However, raises at the company were extremely hard to come by and they try to dangle it in front of you as motivation to beat your peers on measurables.
Eligibility Specialist (Current Employee) – San Diego, CA – December 18, 2017
The amount of work does not reflect the pay. They require a high production and goals are only achievable if corners are cut. Work seems to be pointless and repetitive. Pay is definitely on the low side compared to other health care providers.