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12 days ago

Senior Graphic Designer

Availity Jacksonville, FL

Availity is seeking a talented, creative Sr. Graphic Designer for its corporate communications department. As a member of the communications team… Availity


30+ days ago

Network Engineer, Sr. (Contractor)

Availity Jacksonville, FL

• Availitys overall network architecture • The design and strategy of the company's voice and data networks… Availity


30+ days ago

UX Designer

Availity Jacksonville, FL

The User Experience Designer is responsible for the design, development and maintenance of web pages and web page content for Availity. This position… Availity


30+ days ago

Technical Architect III

Availity Jacksonville, FL

The Technical Architect III is responsible for designing architectural solutions for evolving business needs. This person will conceptualize and… Availity


30+ days ago

Senior Unix Administrator (Contractor)

Availity Jacksonville, FL

also entail application/OS upgrades, performance tuning, problem resolution, storage administration, security administration, capacity planning… Availity


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Availity Chief Executive Officer Russ Thomas
Russ Thomas
25 Ratings
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    Spineless Leadership, favoring Office Politics over Tangible Results

    • Senior Management
    Former Contractor - Business Analyst in Jacksonville, FL
    Former Contractor - Business Analyst in Jacksonville, FL

    I worked at Availity as a contractor (Less than a year)

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    Pros

    Onsite counterparts within the Technology group were extremely knowledgeable, engaging and excellent to work with. Other areas within the company seem to provide an atmosphere that is positive and work-friendly

    Cons

    If your professional tool-kit consists of a strong work ethic with solid organizational and communications skills, then these assets will not be viewed as valuable if you work on one of the technology teams. Faced with an unorthodox and unprecedented road block presented by a remote employee who was openly hostile, served as a bottleneck by prohibiting any direct access to clients or business partners, and failed to provide or pass along critical and sufficient project information in a timely manner; as well as dealing with non-technical, unsupportive leadership that turned a blind-eye when faced with any type of adversity = An Employee Set up For Failure. After reviewing previous reviews on the company from over a year ago, it appears as if others have been subjected to similar experiences within the Availity culture at the Jacksonville branch. In previous roles an employee that is detailed, organized, and proactive is seen as a valuable contributor. However, under the non-technical rationale of some leadership these traits were scrutinized and condemned.

    Advice to Management

    Whenever seeking out new technology leadership, evaluate the history of candidates chosen carefully. It would not be in the company’s best interest to put those in leadership who have a history of being irrational and anti-development. In addition, please ensure to vet out employees designated to lead projects chosen more carefully. I would think that any employees designated to lead projects that prohibits direct access to clients for all projects, chastises providing detailed requirements for any new customer facing applications that would consist of several existing integration platforms, does not truly understand what their role truly is. I would also imagine that this type of behavior and approach would also be viewed as counterproductive to a project’s implementation and success.


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