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RN Case Manager

Community Health Solutions of America, Inc Chicago, IL

• Completes Health Risk Assessments, Disease Specific Assessments and Clinical Risk Assessments • Identifies care needs and goals based upon… CareerBuilder

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Dale Schmidt
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    I worked at CHS full-time


    Initial payscale is above average although you are guaranteed to never get much more despite years of service. Good place to work for a year then move on.


    Constant chaos, nearly devoid of communication, no sense of focus or direction and a major lack of employee incentive. The level of arrogance from owner and Executive Management is through the roof. Year after year of hardwork at annual evaluations you get the same speech of "we can't do raises again this year" but during the year, company emails are sent bragging about how much money the company has made. Big purchases are made, remodeling is constant but they can't afford a more than a 37 cent raise if even that. It's absurd.

    To top it off, upper level management are clueless in how to perform the jobs they are overseeing. They lean heavily on low level worker bees to give them direction on how they should be operating. Seems if you are in charge, you should be knowledgeable of how a department works and have the ability to offer expertise in workplace improvement. That is non-existent at CHS.

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    If you are going to continue emassing riches by trampeling on the backs of your "dime a dozen" pee-ons, use a little common sense. Don't announce how rich you are while telling me that my cost of living increase is too much to ask. Try giving a little incentive and appreciation to the ones who made you wealthy. You get so much more with honey than vinegar.

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