Progressive Medical (ohio)

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Progressive Medical (ohio) Reviews

12 Reviews
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12 Reviews
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    Company portrayed itself to be a wonderful opportunity for career when it was really a trap of stress.

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    Former Employee - CSS  in  Westerville, OH
    Former Employee - CSS in Westerville, OH

    I worked at Progressive Medical (ohio) full-time for less than a year

    Pros

    No nights, weekends, or holidays.

    Cons

    Coming in the door the company neglects to tell you that this is really just another horrible call center job hidden behind a peaceful looking dept. It is all a fake front for how you will be nitpicked to the point of absolute nervousness. Top leadership has no clue how badly they are running this business into the ground and they made it clear they don't care. The only people who are left are people who are desperate for a job and so trapped in their lives that they cannot escape the misery of this place. The frowns on everyone's faces spelled hopeless sadness since all of the good loyal employees walked out of the door without so much as a thank you from leadership for all of their years of loyal work. The new leadership has stripped away any chance of bonus money and now people are doing double the work for next to nothing.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Just because you run the company does not mean you are any better than hard working people who earn an hourly wage. Greed always comes back to bite leadership and your loyal employees will not be there to cushion the blow.

    Doesn't Recommend
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