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    Bureaucratic nightmare, but typically good coworkers, management nightmare

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    Former Employee - PC Support in Yonkers, NY
    Former Employee - PC Support in Yonkers, NY
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    I worked at Emerging Health Information Technology full-time (More than 3 years)


    The HR team is fantastic. I had to manage a very difficult personal matter, and they were amazing. They were with me every step of the way and accommodated me as much as possible. Benefits used to be amazing - free prescription fills, exceedingly cheap doctor visits (with Montefiore doctors), free surgery as needed. It's still much better than most health plans and pharmacies, but every year they seem to further restrict the benefits or add on higher copays. The upside of bad management is that periodically, you can end up working under something of a 'rogue' manager who fights to get the right things done. GREAT Paid Time Off policies


    Benefits that used to be excellent are rapidly being stripped away, but pay has not increased to compensate for loss of benefits Extremely difficult to get a raise (either parity raise when you move positions, or even annual raises/bonuses). The company frequently declares moratoriums on raises, despite the fact that their parent company, Montefiore, is regularly acquiring more hospitals Management can be exceedingly frustrating/difficult, and even childish/pedantic. There are people who are managers/directors who appear to have no actual qualifications for the positions they are in, as they don't actually know the field/department they manage. There's absolutely no room for advancement unless you have a manager that actively fights for you. Even then, your raises and promotions are subject to the whims of a board of people who may never have even met you, let alone really worked with you and understand your contributions and what assets you have. Subject employees to illegal unpaid overtime They deem all employees as "critical," so in the event of foul weather, everyone is REQUIRED to make it into work. If you don't, you lose a day of PTO, and management may decide to hold it against you/call it an unexcused absence.

    Advice to Management

    Management does not listen, and they never will until their salaries are as restricted as the general population's was. If they were paid by actual performance, skills, comprehension of the company's work, and ability to lead, they'd be making minimum wage.

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    I applied through a recruiter. The process took 6 weeks. I interviewed at Emerging Health Information Technology.


    standard hiring process of phonic interview and in person interview. regular question during the interview. nothing hard just related to applied job and experience

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    negotion was tough. take it or leave it. wish there was more room for negation

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Website www.emerginghealthit.com
Headquarters Yonkers, NY
Size 201 to 500 Employees
Operated By Reorganizing
Founded Unknown
Type Company - Private
Industry Health Care
Revenue $25 to $50 million (USD) per year
Competitors Unknown

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