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Group Health CEO Scott Armstrong
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    Great people and a great organization.

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    Current Employee - Web Developer in Tukwila, WA
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    Pros

    Group Health is a great company with very good benefits. Their compensation is a little above average for the industry and they have very flexible hours and an excellent telecommute policy. The people that work there are knowledgeable, talented and wonderful to work with. They show a professional attitude, while being caring and compassionate. It is a pleasure working there.

    Cons

    At one time Group Health was very concerned with employee training, personal growth and job satisfaction. In the last five years these attributes have become less important. The work force has been "leaned down" to the degree that departments are struggling to function efficiently. If an employee wants to learn a new application, system or process, they often have to do it on their own. Personal growth is encouraged, but not supported. Job satisfaction is actually quite high at the employee level, but because the employment ranks have been trimmed down, and existing employees have been asked to do more and more, that degree of satisfaction is going down.

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    My direct manager is an excellent manager, and Group Health is lucky to have such a talented hard working person at that level of management. Many of the lower level managers are excellent. This critique would be directed toward upper management only such as the directors, COO, etc. It might make sense to eliminate the expensive headquarters where only the upper level officers have offices. It might be a good idea to spend more time in the actual clinics and administration buildings to see how the actual work is done. They are too out of touch. Some of the long term decisions made years ago appear to have been mistakes. Enrollment has not grown for a number of quarters, yet the company balance sheet is looking better (temporarily) as the number of employees are reduced.

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