Soliant Health Reviews

Updated April 8, 2014
Updated April 8, 2014
48 Reviews
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  1. 1 person found this helpful  

    not the best place to work

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    Former Employee - Recruiter  in  Atlanta, GA
    Former Employee - Recruiter in Atlanta, GA

    I worked at Soliant Health full-time for more than 3 years

    Pros

    good for new college grads, good work and personal life balance, fun office activities

    Cons

    the pay is really not great, even when you get to a point where you are doing really well the amount of work you have to do to get there is undercompensated and not competitive with the market, company got too big too fast and is not focused on the value of the employees in office, mostly focused on the contracted employees

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    consider raising the commission structure or at least the base pay

    Doesn't Recommend
    Neutral Outlook
    No opinion of CEO
  2. 1 person found this helpful  

    Experience depends on your recruiter

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    Former Employee - Speech-Language Pathologist
    Former Employee - Speech-Language Pathologist

    I worked at Soliant Health as a contractor for less than a year

    Pros

    I had a recruiter the first time I worked for them who did everything she promised. If she promised to get back to me at 3 PM, she did it, even if she didn't have the information we needed at that time. She knew I was waiting for that call. The pay was prompt and as promised. I had no complaints.

    Cons

    I have sent e-mails and left voice mails for several other Soliant recruiters about Soliant's posted positions, and they have not responded at all, even to say the positions have been filled. It's all about the recruiter you have, I guess, but it's a shame there are so many that are not responsive.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    When a recruiter does not respond to a potential employee, the company gets negative public relations, because irritated candidates do share this information with others. It would be cheaper to hire enough staff to respond to candidates that certain positions have been filled, if that's the situation.

    Doesn't Recommend
    Negative Outlook
  3. 1 person found this helpful  

    Be wary of contract companies with same parent company

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    Current Employee - Speech Language Pathologist  in  Seattle, WA
    Current Employee - Speech Language Pathologist in Seattle, WA

    I have been working at Soliant Health as a contractor for less than a year

    Pros

    Called me back in a timely manner. Said they did have jobs that are actually in Seattle, not an hour or two outside the city.

    Cons

    As an experienced SLP I'm used to being honest about my current salary. They were not willing to take into account a higher standard of living in a big city. Recruiter never called me back after first interview. Guess they don't want experienced SLP's because we cost more? Soliant, Sunbelt and Procare are all owned by the same parent company. Avoid Procare at all costs, they are aggressive in recruiting and salary offers are not legal with IRS using the way they calculate an added per diem if you are traveling.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    If you want good SLP's treat them professionally. We want the right placement, not just any placement.

    Doesn't Recommend
    No opinion of CEO
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    Soliant is an unprofessional and unethical company

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    Former Employee - Account Executive  in  Tucker, GA
    Former Employee - Account Executive in Tucker, GA

    I worked at Soliant Health full-time for more than 3 years

    Pros

    Wonderful co-workers, great co-workers, nice janitors, decent training

    Cons

    The worst managers ever. The worst commission/salary. Lofty goals that can never be reached. Zero career development. No leadership, just micromanagement and petty rules that change weekly. No warnings or timeline as to termination. One day you will show up and be fired. You find office politics anywhere but it is excessive at Soliant. Managers pick favorites and rules are bent or made advantageous to the favorites in the office. Yeah there is no cap on the commission but the commission is close to impossible to accumulate. My first commission check was around $25 and I had placed two full time workers. Soliant will provide a paycheck and serve as a resume builder. Thats about it. Oh and the Christmas party is pretty good. Make sure and quit after that.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Not sure management would even know how to take advice or if they would care. Most of them are bull headed and have tenure with the company. They are not going anywhere and have no plans to improve.

    Doesn't Recommend
    Negative Outlook
    Disapproves of CEO
  6.  

    Bad management

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    Former Employee - Account Executive  in  Tucker, GA
    Former Employee - Account Executive in Tucker, GA

    I worked at Soliant Health

    Pros

    Great co-workers. If it's your first job out of college, it could be a great first job depending on which department you work in. Some people make a good income.

    Cons

    One manager in particular is very unprofessional. He shows partiality and plays favorites from employee-to-employee. He is unfair. He makes inappropriate comments and is inconsistent in behavior. He contradicts himself and changes his mind often. He is very forgetful and unorganized. He is a very poor trainer by throwing new employees into the job before thorough training. No one is set up on the same playing field and some are given better territories than others. He gives a specialty to new employees without doing proper research to see if it's even a competitive specialty. When that happens, it takes 3-6 months sometimes for someone to get a deal going and by that time, most of them have left. Overall, he is a poor manager who loves to micromanage. Although some micromanaging is needed, he has no structure and doesn't give anything he says or tries to implement any thought, research, or planning. He is extremely discouraging. Out of a full team of 12 people, he has had 10ppl either quit or get fired since January 2009. I will give it 3 months of working with him and every employee will begin looking for a new job. This manager is not qualified and shouldn't be there. In my opinion, if the president was a good leader himself, this manager would be too or he wouldn't be there. If it wasn't for this one manager, I would still be working there.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Learn to lead vs. manage. In this type of environment, set people up to be their own manager through encouragement and example. Don't take the pressure that you may be feeling from the top out on your employees. Do something fast before you see even more turnover... assuming it's not too late.

    No opinion of CEO

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