Written by Professional (Current Employee) from Norcross, GA on October 15, 2018
The company recently went through another reduction in staff and benefits (though again, no reduction in management / executive staff) three months after announcing company had made the $1 billion mark. During my tenure at Pruitt, the benefits package has drastically reduced: health insurance premiums drastically increased; life,short and long term - more... disability insurance are no longer employer paid; loss of profit sharing PTO; mileage reimbursement rate reduced; no longer paying out PTO upon resignation in good standing; corporate office closed for week after Christmas requiring employees to bur ... - less
Prosweb based continuing education on variety of topics available
Conslack of benefits; poor management; toxic workplace culture
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Headed in the wrong direction
Written by Chaplain (Former Employee) from Norcross, GA on September 10, 2018
PruittHealth was once a growing and thriving company that was an enjoyable and engaging place to work, but it seems to have lost its way. Recent strategic mistakes and poor leadership and management teams have led to high stress and a culture of mistrust and blame. Clinical staff are overworked and generally underpaid, in comparison to similar positions - more... at competitors. Benefits are lacking, as evidenced by high premiums for less than acceptable health insurance coverage, very rare pay increases, and a recent cessation of matching 401(k) program. Managers are poorly equipped to deal with confli ... - less