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Updated Mar 28, 2014

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2.8 33 reviews

82% Approve of the CEO

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Michael R. Weinholtz

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48% of employees recommend this company to a friend
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    Genuine concern for the health care practitioner

    Optometrist (Former Employee) White Earth, MN

    ProsThe company is very organized and have a great staff to ensure that your experience in locum tenens is the best possible experience and productive for both you and the facility.

    ConsMost positions for optometrists are in remote locations/

    Yes, I would recommend this company to a friend – I'm optimistic about the outlook for this company

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    I'm proud to have CompHealth and CHG Healthcare Services on my resume.

    Senior Brand Manager (Former Employee) Salt Lake City, UT

    ProsI worked at CompHealth for 5 years before leaving to pursue another opportunity to more quickly advance along my career path. At CompHealth, I was impressed with the leadership of the organization, especially that of Melissa Byington, current president of the temporary physician staffing division and her VPs; individuals I worked with on almost a daily basis. EVERY organization has its share of drama or politics, but one thing I found at CompHealth that impressed me as unique in comparison to other companies I've worked for, is the stoic, consistent, and passionate focus by Melissa and her team on company goals and employee well being, a direct execution of the CEO's vision. Because of this and other pros such as the focus on personal and professional growth, CompHealth and CHG Healthcare Services are on my short list of companies that I would work for in Utah and would be proud to be employed by them again if my career path leads me back.

    ConsIf you're not an "A" player, you probably won't like working here. This organization employs talented people with passion to succeed.

    Advice to Senior ManagementKeep being open to suggestions and candid feedback. Don't let the company's growth distract you from the foundational elements that make this a great company to work for.

    Yes, I would recommend this company to a friend – I'm optimistic about the outlook for this company

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    Awesome Place to Work

    Administrative Assistant (Current Employee) Salt Lake City, UT

    ProsIf you are looking for a job that will satisfy you in all areas CompHealth is your place. I have never worked somewhere that states that they are about "Putting People First" and then follows through with that motto 100%. You are surrounded by amazing co workers and a leadership team that genuinely cares.

    ConsIt is challenging work, so if you are looking for a place that you can do the minimum and succeed, it is not for you. However, with hard work comes great rewards.

    Advice to Senior ManagementKeep doing a great job.

    Yes, I would recommend this company to a friend – I'm optimistic about the outlook for this company

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    This is a place where you'll grow

    Client Consultant (Current Employee) Cottonwood Heights, UT

    ProsCompHealth has a very healthy focus on putting their employees first and continuous improvement. My leaders continually give me feedback and absolutely care about my progress.

    ConsThe path to success here can be difficult to define. If you work hard, you'll be successful but the details can be incredibly different from one person to the next.

    Advice to Senior ManagementDon't just listen to our ideas - let the front line employees take an active role in the implementation.

    Yes, I would recommend this company to a friend – I'm optimistic about the outlook for this company

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    World class company who truly cares about every doctor, patient, client, and employee

    Physician Recruiter (Current Employee) Salt Lake City, UT

    ProsBiggest pro - ethical. They don't just say it, they mean it. So many recruiting companies out there will look the other way or even encourage recruiters to misrepresent their jobs, physicians, or themselves...or send CV's all over indiscriminently without a doctor's permission. At CompHealth there is zero tolerance for any of that. There is enough autonomy that as a recruiter you can try these things, but you won't be there long. Unethical behavior is one of the few things for which they don't coach you or attempt to help you - they'll fire you on the spot. The locums industry is cut-throat, with all the competition that is out there, and I am so proud to be at one that will never bend when it comes to ethics. I think this is the reason they stay at the top of the chain - more than what jobs they have, or anything else.

    Other pros - amazing location, they truly listen to every employee, I love how they encourage partnership and communication among employees and all of the great ways there are for anyone to show official recognition and appreciation for their colleagues. I respect that the company is continuously sharing candid feedback both good and bad that is received from our physicians and clients, and particularly the steps that are taken to improve based on that feedback. In fact a physician commented here about sending his passport three times and that is one of the major focuses right now. Constantly, constantly they are promoting improvements in processes to make employees or doctors' or clients' lives easier and I think that's great.

    And one more big pro for me is that everyone who has worked there for any real length of time is just happy there. I'm coming up on my second year, so I'm pretty new, but the turnover rate is by far the lowest in the industry and I have always been amazed at how satisfied and happy even the long-timers are. It is very rare to ever hear an employee griping about how they wish they worked somewhere else, or that this sucks or that sucks, or yada yada like you usually hear. Everybody feels personally vested in every assignment, everybody feels accountable and is happy when their doctors or clients are happy, and I think in a job that can be so difficult sometimes it is so nice to be somewhere that people overall are so fulfilled and satisfied by their work.

    ConsI feel like as a recruiter the compensation is fair, but the business partners (housing, hospital privileges, licensing, assignment coordinators, etc.) seem to be making much less than what they are worth. They work incredibly hard and have a lot on their shoulders - any one of them could make or break an assignment, and in many ways they are the most important element to the physicians (even though the physicians may not know that) and to the company's success as a whole - I feel. And this particular gripe is one that I have heard in the halls from time to time.

    Benefits are great but could be better. And by better I mean less expensive.

    I can't think of too many other cons. In reading these comments, obviously there have been some past people who weren't happy while they were there. It's a very tough job, especially at first, so I kind of get the feeling that perhaps when it didn't work out it was the company's fault in their minds. But if there are people today who are sitting at their desks feeling that way about their job or their management, that's a con and an area which could maybe use more focus.

    Advice to Senior ManagementBest advice I can think of is this. Dear Management: I recommend you read every single bad review you can find, and make a practice of this, and when you see legitimate concerns acknowledge them and address them if you can. Not on review websites of course - but I mean silently acknowledge them and then go back and see what can be done to improve in that area. But then, maybe you are already doing this. I would not be a bit surprised.

    Yes, I would recommend this company to a friend

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    Great company to travel with

    Physical Therapist (Current Employee)

    ProsResponsiveness, good communicators, good support when it comes to credentialing and getting licenses in other states

    Consnone come to mind really

    Yes, I would recommend this company to a friend – I'm optimistic about the outlook for this company

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