The Joint Commission
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About the company

  • CEO
    Mark Chassin
    81%
    approve of Mark Chassin's performance
  • Founded
    1951
  • Company size
    1001 to 5,000
  • Revenue
    $100M to $500M (USD)
  • Industry
    Healthcare
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Mechanical Engineering

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Reviews

Account Executive in Oakbrook Terrace, IL
on December 2, 2020
Great company overall, really enjoyed my work there. At the time work from home options were not available but working in teams was rewarding, and the people you work with made the work more enjoyable. Healthcare benefits were better than other places. Bonuses were given out yearly but nominal. Advancement was limited and it was about who you know to receive opportunities.
Consultant in Chicago, IL
on October 19, 2021
Bad leadershipRPI is useless Corporate greed Leadership has no work ethic Toxic environmentHR incompetent Disrespect for employees Frequent lay offs Lack of money management Poor communication
Surveyor in Spokane, WA
on September 6, 2021
No respect for employees, no work-life balance, toxic leadership, horrible compensation compared to travel/work hours required, touts just culture but does not embody it.
Behavioral Health Surveyor in Oakbrook Terrace, IL
on June 27, 2020
I loved my my job at the Joint Commission. The travel was hard and my only complaint really! I miss the work, the culture was extremely professional, yet friendly and supportive. I loved teaching others about quality and safety and it always made me happy to represent an incredible organization such as the Joint Commission!!
Hospital Surveyor in Remote
on June 22, 2020
I thoroughly enjoyed the work, but could not afford the low pay. I was full-time for the first year, performing roughly 60 surveys per year across the U.S., Puerto Rico, and Guam. For the remainder of my term with TJC, I worked part-time which required a commitment of three out of four weeks per month.

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Interview is average
Process takes about a day or two

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questions were about quality, safety, conflict resolution, and various questions about my expertise in behavioral health.

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