Vendor Management Specialist (Current Employee) – Egg Harbor Township, NJ – March 31, 2018
AtlantiCare is not fair in compensation for its employees. The management team in the past was excellent, however the management team has changed and the new management is not one that I would like to work for.
Registered Nurse (Former Employee) – Atlantic City, NJ – March 13, 2018
I found most managers to be helpful and worked with me. They provided me with a good work experience, encouraging me to try different departments. I was pool, per diem so I didn't get benefits, but I can't complain about the salary. Left because me husband was sick. It was a little stressful, but that's the nature of the beast, Loved my co-workers.
Medical Transcriptionist (Former Employee) – Pomona, NJ – February 2, 2018
I loved my job and appreciated the company for 27 years until my last position. The company cared about their employees and we showed our appreciation by never voting in a union. When I was employed with the company I had a very caring CEO and management for the most part. Every company has that one person in management however that feels they need to be harsh to prove themselves and make their supervisors shake in their shoes. The workers under this particular management gives no clue of the work environment because they know it will go on deaf ears. I used to have high praise for this employer. However, I can't do that now. Everyone has their own experience with an employer. There may be some employees who still think highly of this employer. People need to draw their own conclusion about an employer based on their own experience, not the experience of someone else because everyone has their own opinion of what is acceptable to them from an employer and employee interaction. Communication, however, is lacking in this company at many levels of the employee/management level.
My suggestions to my supervisor in my new position went on deaf ears until brought up in a meeting with the manager by me. Low and behold, my suggestion is being implemented almost 2 years later. I guess the supervisor wanted to keep job security. I was told several times I overstepped my boundaries when all I was trying to do was to improve the process. Don't you find it unfair that you need to give an employer 2 weeks notice of leaving employment and they can tell you that you are fired and havemore... you escorted from the premises by security immediately? That didn't happen to me, however it just popped in my head how unfair some rules can be.less
Lack of sufficient staff, poor communication, insufficient training
Housekeeper (Former Employee) – Atlantic City, NJ – January 5, 2018
It was never a boring day here nurses were nice. People spoke to you, you didn't feel left out just because your background wasn't the same. Food was very good but you have to pay or bring your own. They had employee appreciation every year I believe it last for a week they would prepare food for you buffet style everything was great.
Productive and fast-paced office but very enjoyable.
Credentialing Specialist (Former Employee) – Atlantic City, NJ – December 18, 2017
The department was well staffed and we had a very large medical staff, in which we had to credential new providers almost every day. I learned almost every aspect of the department, starting from the administrative assistant, to provider enrollment, to the credentialing coordinator. The workplace culture was vast and very well respected. Everyone was a team player and got the job done. Management kept us informed of any upcoming changes that were going to happen within the facility. The most enjoyable part of the job was that there was always work to do. It was a very diversified position, so each day was different. I got to meet alot of people with different personalities, which made it very interesting. The hardest part of the job sometimes was the workload was a little difficult at times, with the deadlines, etc.
Security Officer (Current Employee) – Atlantic City, NJ – November 15, 2017
Where I love the team that I work for and the people that I work with, it's hard to really love my job when entry level employees at Walmart make more than me. If it wasn't for the terrible pay, then it wouldn't be too bad. But I find myself wondering why I still work here when I'm essentially digging myself into a financial grave.
Great people, Good experience, Great networking capabilities
SPD Technician-lead (Former Employee) – Pomona, NJ – November 1, 2017
Was a good work environment but management had changed over many times, and personality conflicts arose. Working with a manager that was overbearing and attila the hun. This has changed and the new manager is excellent with staff and doing her job.
Registered Nurse (Former Employee) – Atlantic City, NJ – October 18, 2017
I learned a lot and the company gave me the opportunity to learn and grow for almost 14 years of my stay I wish I don't have to relocate.I highly recommend the company for anyone who is a newly graduate and old.
Medical Assistant (Current Employee) – Egg Harbor Township, NJ – September 27, 2017
Always busy, things are not made to help employees. Work load kept getting bigger without any type of pay raise . Training was unprofessional things were left very unclear. Stressful work enviroment3. Management was not cheery or welcoming to job
Registered Nurse (RN) (Current Employee) – Atlantic City, NJ – September 6, 2017
I work in a very fast paced telemetry unit. Relaxed environment and great and dependable comworker. We do take take care of sick and scared population but we are also very compassionate in taking care of them. The management in very supportive in every ways and making sure we have all the tools we need.