Studer Group – United States
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I worked at Studer Group full-time (more than 3 years)Pros
Generous time off
Great title to put on your resume for first job
Strong name in the community and with healthcare professionals
Free books and communication building skills
Ongoing on the job training, and quarterly, mandatory trainingCons
They won't hire you if you are a smoker.
Fresh out of college co-workers with no job experience, not professional, most dress like they are going to the 'club'.
More than half the company works on the road but PRCs are not allowed to telecommute, or work overtime to get the job done.
Heinous verbal abuse for very little money. PRCs support the 'coaches' on the road- missed flights, mixed up powerpoint, or mistakes will leave you in tears. Daily. You must apologize, and you are told 'they are just stressed.'
90% female office, a lot of gossip, backstabbing, and stepping on each other to move up in the company. Lunch cliques, and it feels like a fashion show daily.
You are reminded almost daily to push the sale of seminars and books even if the client is failing financially.
The success of the founder is an agenda the culture tries to make you very aware of, i.e. everything he owns in the Pensacola area, and you are expected to patronize, and support it (shops, restaurants, ballpark etc)
You will not get a yearly bonus if you do not preform specific tasks of implementing new ideas into the company to make it more efficient. Bonus varies year to year based on tenure, and amount of people employed at the end of the year.Advice to ManagementAdvice
Be honest that you are a consulting firm. Hire employees with experience, and pay them fairly. Need more diversity, very little minorities working here. Show clear paths with reachable goals to move up in the company. Match 401K, the company makes a ton of money. It isn't fair that bonuses do not commensurate with achievement. Trust your workers, we love the company, we will work from home if you let us.Doesn't RecommendPositive Outlook