During my time with ExamWorks, I was please with the management. My supervisor, my boss and the Vice President for the Northern Territory were all very kind, helpful and accommodating. The benefits were also great.
Scheduling Coordinator (Former Employee) – Woodbury, NY – September 19, 2018
I really liked working at Examworks,people there are great but the pay was low and no upward mobility to management. My boss was great, she wanted me to move up within the company but people waited years to get promoted. it seemed once you were locked into a position you rot in there until you retire.
Document Management Technician (Current Employee) – Scottsdale, AZ – August 22, 2018
Sorted document for most of the day and had to request additional records for the Doctors as needed and had to follow up with request to ensure the doctor had everything they needed for their exams. The work culture was manageable but lack of basic communication between co workers and sometimes management called for a stressful work environment. Management was very flexible and did work around my schedule which made it tolerable.
Free lunches on ocation
Lack of communication and rude clients, patients, and doctors
Scheduling Coordinator (Former Employee) – Buffalo, NY – August 14, 2018
A lot is expected of each person. Much more than the average worker is compensated. Workload is heavy. I am all about loving your job, but this place made it hard to not go home and worry about what was on your desk everyday, anticipating what you left the day before and what was coming new to your desk tomorrow.
Medical Legal Case Manager (Current Employee) – Rancho Cordova, CA – August 13, 2018
Although ExamWorks offers great compensation, it lacks in culture and the management team leaves a lot to be desired, as they hire outside the company, not within. The lines are blurred between positions, and only one position takes the heat when something does not meet standards. No accountability. Zero Job Culture.
Every dept. at the company requires effort, and every dept has their own workload that can become overwhelming depending on deadlines and specific clients. It is not the worst place to work. However, I will say that this company is more so of who you know rather than what you know. The pay is fair, but the workload does make you feel like you're losing your marbles at time. The job description is pretty self-explanatory, but a lot of people lack common sense.
Supplemental Specialist and Scheduling Coordinator (Former Employee) – Rancho Cordova, CA – June 28, 2018
Examworks is like a dead end job. The management is unstable and not dependable. There is a lot of favoritism in the company. They don't make their employees feel valued. They use you where they need you and there is no a such thing as a job title. The more versatile your are the less you make. There aren't any advancement options because of how they position the workers. Their excuse is always the budget but they continue to pay who they want instead of one who has earned it. Examworks use to be a corporation and now it's just a brand name.
Very flexible scheduling; the culture of work; typical benefits
Specialist (Former Employee) – New York, NY – May 31, 2018
Poor management,communication and structure of this company. No ethics in this work place, as my manager did not say "good morning" the 2 1/2 years I have been working there. People work like they are programmed robots.
No communication - Lack of appropriate training - very unprofessional atmosphere
Client Coordinator (Former Employee) – Garden City, NY – May 30, 2018
full day of work - they are extremely backed-up with their work and very understaffed. Unprofessional Management did not communicate with staff at all job was not difficult - I did not learn anything new
Toxic work environment, poor communication from management
Lead Document Management Technician (Former Employee) – Portland, OR – May 7, 2018
Majority of 8 hours was spent sorting hard copy medical records, uploading, downloading, filing, shipping and receiving I learned organization and how to make it through the day with management that was oppressive, inconsitent-rules changed daily the culture was put up and shut up-do what ever is said with no room to converse or differ in opinion without being repremanded. The hardest part of the job was management that did not listen to employees. The most enjoyable part of the job was the people I worked directly with and sorting records
Research Specialist (Current Employee) – Lawrenceville, GA – March 25, 2018
Wonderful place to work with a good location and stress-less commute if you live in North Atlanta. Laid back, calm atmosphere thought the work is fast paced. Good area for shopping centers and restaurants and flexible schedules.
Claims Analyst (Former Employee) – Redding, CA – March 22, 2018
The billing department manager did not seem to value the employees equitably. Some were valued and promoted and others appeared to be picked on. Salary advances were done randomly and in fact I found out as I was leaving that others with less tenure and experience had been given bonuses when I was told none were available.
Document Technician (Former Employee) – Portland, OR – February 13, 2018
The manager treats her employees very poorly. She is quick to pick sides and favor certain employees. The upper management does not like to help out. They often get frustrated when questions are being asked.