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Project Consultant - Business Development – new

Synergy Health Denver, CO

We are looking for highly motivated individuals to join our growing team of Business Development Analysts. The Transformation Analyst role is a key… Glassdoor

5 days ago

Plant Manager

Synergy Health Denver, CO

For the Plant Manager who wants to build on his/her successful track record of managing industrial production plants or service centers, and who's… Glassdoor

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Synergy Healthcare Group Chief Executive Richard Steeves
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    Awful Corporate Culture-Look Elsewhere

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    Former Employee - Management in Tampa, FL
    Former Employee - Management in Tampa, FL

    I worked at Synergy Healthcare full-time (more than 5 years)


    The company is very profitable outside of the United States. Synergy entered the US market through acquisition of several existing companies that operated in similar market space. Compensation is fair and there are sufficient learning opportunities to grow and be challenged. A good place for a young person who wants to learn in a mid-sized international corporation.


    Synergy has had issues with executing their business strategy in the US and as a result cuts its way to profitability. This impacts low to mid level employees disproportionately while highly compensated executives are being brought on board. The founder of the company is cold in his approach and the culture is dominated by fear that you could be the next one to go at any moment. The organization is very top down and takes a view that "its my way or the highway" approach to conducting business. US based employees that were part of the initial acquisition are second class citizens and are the ones laid off. Sometimes for an obvious reason, sometimes for none. This keeps everyone off balance and walking on eggshells. I believe most people would leave if given the opportunity.

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    It's hard to change an ingrained, negative corporate culture. The founder hires people in his image and recruits management trainees who he supervises personally. This results in a new generation of very book smart individuals who will no doubt be dismal people to work for later in their career. Too bad for both Synergy and its current and future employees.

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