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Management lacks skills. They will work you off and no salary increase. Lack of respect for employees. Friends of friends are hired without degrees to back them up. THE WORST PLACE TO WORK

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I agree with all the comments about Humana. The Military side is even worse. The Supervisors are not qualified and are very confrontational. They do not care about the employees well being, it's all about numbers. The new contract was signed for five years, but not sure if with be full filled. The majority of the providers as well.as the beneficiarys are very unhappy with HGB. This place and the way it's ran will cause your health to decline and cause a mental breakdown.

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They are not very loyal to their workers I was there for 4-1/2 years and was laid off for no real reason. When your salary gets too high they will lay you off and start hiring people at a lower rate, SMH

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No Advancement for employees that does not work in the corporate office . If you are not in the click you will never be promoted or hear of job opportunities.

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Micromanage and poor management

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They lay u off when ur pay scale gets to high then they repost the position at a lower salary. And won't rehire former employees who leave on good terms.

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The management is very chaotic, management from multiple states. Management appear to be fearful of losing their jobs to the point can't really lead.

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It would be nice for management to follow the Golden rule or even soft skills. A morale boost, goes a long way to build a successful team. Whether your team is confident, reflects on the style of management. Being approachable and actually caring is the key to team building confidence and success.

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The company is numbers driven and not quality driven. It is constantly about numbers and not always about what is best for the patients because of the numbers we are required to hit.

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Got laid off

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