Great company to work for, supportive recruiters, fun locations for jobs. Large support staff that provides help with licensing, housing, travel. Allows therapist to gain large range of experience in many different settings
It is a fast pace company with high goals, but the culture is great and you make life long friends. The CEO is so down to earth and everyone meets him. The sales really relays on the luck of the draw at what team you get on.
Physician (Former Employee) - New York State - January 31, 2020
I worked for this company for 2 months then I quit
There are better locum companies you can work for.
They did not pay part of the compensation in spite that I had sent all documentation twice.
They tried to trick me on the contract at first offering the car service and then making me paying for it.
The same they did it when they issued my 1099.
They made it appearing as if it was part of my earning. They lied to me in many occasions.
I dont even answer their email/calls anymore and I am not the only physician who refuses to work with them.
Their credentialing process is a nightmare
Run by very incompetent and unprofessional people
I would like to hear more about your particular situation so I can better understand what happened. Would you mind giving me a call? - Brooke Bowers, CompHealth senior vice president for external relations, (801) 930-3153.
* it started out being a job I really liked
* I enjoyed working with the people in the Utah office
* as the years went by it became a very competitive environment
* work/life balance became difficult because to be a top performer
you needed to put in more than 40 hrs a week
* it became competitive internally as well as externally
* I quit and decided to find part time jobs doing things that I enjoyed
and things that were less stressful
Hospital Privileging Coordinator (Former Employee) - Midvale, UT - January 8, 2020
CompHealth is a great place to work. Managers are on the floor and genuinely care about you. It's like a big family. There is on-site healthcare as well as numerous lunch and learns. The only con is that the Business Partners are needing to work on their being consistent when it comes to promotion and leveling up.
I enjoyed working for Comp health any time there was an issue, my scheduled was very helpful in solving the issue . They do pay less than other companies but the additional support and help is worth it
Travel OTR (Current Employee) - New Hampshire - November 6, 2019
Helpful licensing hoard.
Able to call and receive assistance immediately.
Positive feedback .
As a first time traveler provided support as needed to transition into this exciting opportunity for therapists.
Glad I had an overall good experience with a contract company, but ready for something more stable. Leadership does work with you to meet your needs. The most enjoyable part of the job is talking to friendly individuals.
I am a travel SLP. CompHealth has been easy to communicate with and got me a job at a great school in the location that I wanted. The school is very supportive and welcoming. I feel comfortable asking my co-workers for help and talking to admin if there is a problem. My recruiter is supportive.