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I have been working at CompHealth full-time (More than 3 years)
Casual Dress Code, pebble ice machines, vacation time, good co-workers until they get fired or leave because they fear being fired.
They preach work/life balance and putting people first. Upper management believes this but that's about where it ends. They want to keep up that appearance but they don't practice what they preach. Also I've known three people on my team in good standing who had the time available to take off but were told if they were to take a day of PTO it would show the team that they don't care about them and their goals and that they really shouldn't take that single day off even with plenty of advance notice. Half of the operations managers are decent to be around and half are a nightmare. Not worth the gamble and constant pressure. True turn over rate (most of it involuntary) is upwards of 65%.
Advice to Management
The pressure put on us employees is unrealistic. If we are bringing in $1 mil a year yet we are being constantly threatened about being put on a plan for not hitting targets, it's ridiculous. I'm not even close to making six figures yet year in and year out I've made the company around 1mil GM. No respect, no loyalty, constant pressure which is why we drop like flies.