Byram Healthcare

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2 days ago

Pharmacy Technician, Production – new

Byram Healthcare Salt Lake City, UT

We are a specialized pharmacy focused on diabetes. The right candidate will work closely with our customer service team to provide a flawless and… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Help Desk Technician

Byram Healthcare Salt Lake City, UT

The Help Desk Technician in our Salt Lake City, Utah location is a fundamental part of a global IT support team, responsible for answering incoming… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Pharmacy Technician

Byram Healthcare Salt Lake City, UT

• Ability to answer hi-volume in-bound calls via an automated phone system. • Ability to make outbound calls to… Glassdoor


Byram Healthcare Reviews

23 Reviews
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Perry Bernocchi
7 Ratings
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    Management, if you are not one, prepare to pay

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    Former Employee - Customer Service Representative  in  Redmond, WA
    Former Employee - Customer Service Representative in Redmond, WA

    I worked at Byram Healthcare as a contractor for less than a year

    Pros

    Monday - Friday job Reasonable hours
    The other employees are a great group but for such a small call center and the number of temps i saw go in and out you could tell turnover was decent.

    Cons

    1. If you are not sales or management, prepare to be bullied.
    2. The system they use makes no sense and is at best horrid, everyone knows it and says it. However this company cannot seem to get it's act together.
    3. The material is not necessarily hard, just requires a lot of memorization.
    4. The rules they have in place are somewhat lacking the promotion of your growth. (they want you to be slave labor and will always fine a way to occupy every second of every day with 4 tasks.
    5. They don't do face to face termination. They wait until you leave and then let you know through the least conflict way. email, vm, whatever lets them avoid conflict. They also will not let you get your stuff after they term you.
    6. They pride themselves on operating on a skeleton crew and will continue to do it.
    7. No real opportunity for growth.
    8. Works with temp agencies in order to keep cost low. Don't expect to get paid much for your first 6 months.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Try not to treat the customer service agents like they are children. You keep mentioning that you want long term people, yet when people try to be comfortable, you do all you can to turn them away. If you want a company of long term employees support a healthy culture.

    Doesn't Recommend
    Neutral Outlook
    Disapproves of CEO