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Whoever your company thinks is in charge of supposedly "top workplace" H.R. type of leadership is sadly mistaken and quite delusional. The H.R. leadership representation area of this company is inept, phony, unable to accept accountability for their mistakes and actions, and grossly disinterested in anything (and anyone) except their own career promotion and advancement. There really isn't any other solid advice or suggestions which I could give to the top management at Community Health Resources (the office in Windsor Connecticut) except to please find more suitable H.R. leadership at your company. So long as you retain the current H.R. leadership there, your company will only continue to fail and have more ethical problems which are never adequately addressed or resolved. Thanks for reading.

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For me it was definitely the HR leadership at this organization. (CHR's main office located in Windsor CT). The leadership in HR was horrid and did not care about anyone or anything else beside themselves and their own career plans.

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Usually it's about 8 or 9 but sometimes it can be even more. My work week usually averages about 47 hours each week.

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HR lied and said we were getting raises bug we never did. And how do I specify my answer? I don't know of any CHR in Lubbock, Texas. Only the one I work at in Windsor, Connecticut.

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I would say continue the work that they started they were a pretty good place to work, I would say.

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Well this wasn't coordinated through their human resources personnel department like it should've been in order to ensure fairness for all candidates applying. Instead it was someone who I just happened to know casually who told me about the job. The next day I had my interview with one of the supervisors. And then nothing for like 6 or 7 weeks. Then after that someone from human resources finally set everything up for my first day. The entire interview, hiring and onboarding process here at Community Health Resources was really weird and kind of disorganized.

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Cliquey. Immature. Dishonest. Immoral. Deceptive. Unprofessional.

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The H.R. oversight at Community Health Resources: Windsor and Manchester Connecticut division is very bad. H.R. oversight for this organization is very unskilled at their jobs and doesn't know what they are doing. My immediate supervisor is alright but the H.R. people and H.R. managers are very snooty and standoffish. They act like it's a huge bother when you approach them with questions or issues about your employment. Plus they don't ever follow through on their empty promises.

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They weren't very good. The medical insurance is very expensive. And the starting salary for my position was much less than what I'm currently earning now. The total compensation package offered to me for my position wasn't nearly enough what it should have been considering all of the added duties and job responsibilities which kept being piled on. Annual raises or cost of living adjustments aren't issued either here at this company.

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CHR in windsor (Connecticut) is atrocious. The management and human resources people are very cliquey and act like they're still stuck in Junior high school together. Human resources at CHR isn't fair or objective. They will ALWAYS side with management, even when management is dead wrong or acting unethically.. or even illegally. And human resources leadership here at CHR in Windsor doesn't care about anything else than their own career agendas and reputations. Human resources was the reason why I dreaded going to this job every single day. Never did they support me as an employee when I had workplace issues and instead they sided with management and kind of bullied and harassed me while I was working there.

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