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HealthTech President & CEO Derek Morkel
Derek Morkel
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    Poor leadership, lack of communication, employees in fear of losing their jobs

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    Former Employee - Developer in Franklin, TN
    Former Employee - Developer in Franklin, TN

    I worked at HealthTech full-time (more than an year)


    Clean office, good benefit package


    Constant changes in upper leadership and restructuring of the company. These changes lead to new/shifted management coming into projects that they don't understand. Inconsistent feedback. Employees are fired without warning. "It's a sad day" is a common phrase as people are let go due to restructuring. It's not uncommon to come to work and see the person next to you now has their desk cleared- without warning or reason. Upper management doesn't take time to recognize the talent within the company. The majority of employees are extremely unhappy in their roles.

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    Don't talk down to your employees. Listen to their suggestions. Learn about the products you are developing. Start acting like leaders instead of dictators. Realize that the people working there are people and they shouldn't have to be in fear of losing their job every day.

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