Questions and Answers about TriWest Healthcare Alliance

Here's what people have asked and answered about working for and interviewing at TriWest Healthcare Alliance.

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If you're a hard worker, look elsewhere! There are people constantly out of their seats talking and not working while you're doing your best to make your quotas for the day. If you say something you're laughed at. Tons of favoritism here. If you're not a favorite and don't play into this game, life will be very difficult for you here at TriWest.

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Be a brown noser, take naps at your desk, be on your phone instead of your work phone all day, take breaks whenever you feel like it, take long lunches, gossip, gossip, gossip, (that will get you in for the favoritism). Do this and you'll have it made there. Management, supervisors, prefer that type of employee over the ones who actually work.

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It's not worth it. Just turn around and walk away

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Don't waste your time and energy

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DOn't. Keep looking. Not worth your time.

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It pays good but it's a headache.

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I had a phone interview for a customer service the woman that called me was not friendly at all. Just like the other responses I felt set up for failure. I even called and will be making a formal complaint. I would not take the job now, if I was treated like dirt from the get go I can only imagine how I would be treated as an employee.

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RN's beware, the Phoenix case management program is brand new and there's no set process in place. Team leaders telecommute and support for RNs and LPNs is done over instant messaging and screen sharing. Human Resources is focused on the company and has little sympathy for the employee. Upper management displays little empathy or feeling towards their RNs or LPNs. Avoid.

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If you want to keep your sanity, look for another job where you would be appreciated. The mental anguish is exhausting.

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Made reps take calls with no training and then lied to senior management that they were trained

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