Dynamic Medical Systems, Inc.

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Updated Jul 12, 2014

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3.0 3 reviews

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33% of employees recommend this company to a friend
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    Anonymous Employee (Current Employee)

    ProsGreat people to work for. Management was very accessable and open to creative selling solutions to help you meet your quota.

    ConsMarket channel was challenging at times as customers were always under a budget crunch. Company ran very thin which helped make it profitable, but sometimes made things more challenging.

    Advice to Senior ManagementTry to do some extra things for your reps that are not in the home state to show they are not forgotten.

    Yes, I would recommend this company to a friend

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    promises broken

    Sales Executive (Current Employee) SeaTac, WA

    Prostraining, and commitment to innovate, staff are supportive, good I.T. Department ,service department and staff are the backbone of the company

    Consstill a young company, micro manages, grows at the expence of is tops sales performers, expectations for market are to high, and excessive pressure to make up poor management financial decesions hinder empoyee loyalty

    Advice to Senior Managementtreat your employee's with respect and let them do their jobs, respect work life balance and encourage community involvement. Be able to correct legitimate issuse on the spot. Be upfront and not so much behind closed dorrs stuff

    No, I would not recommend this company to a friend

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    Dynamic Medical Systems "needs to walk thier talk LOOK AT YOUR OWN MISSION STATEMENT

    Anonymous Employee (Current Employee) Rancho Dominguez, CA

    Prosflexible schedule, fair pay, diversity of products availability to healthcare institutions. Ability to make your own schedule with your given accounts, change of job environment from day to day making it interesting and challenging. You have to work independently without a need for alot of support. Reimbursement of auto expenses included gas used to travel to and from work, different level of reimbursement for gas based on miles driven per month. Good compensation package, medical, dental, vision, 401K, annuity, profit sharing, life insurance, stocks and ability to purchase shares within the company, Management tries to keep the staff together often to increase work moral, by hosting information seminars, where afterwards there are always prizes, contests, themes and company recognition awards for best performance of employee. Paid sick leave, paid vacation accrued 2 weeks per year, after three years of service is 4 weeks of paid vacation, monthly contests to win extra money. Generally a warm working enviroment within the regular employee base. Close relationships within the nursing team.

    ConsPoor communication from administration to staff via emails, paperwork overkill, to much paperwork for most employees to complete each week / month. If the paperwork is not completed for whatever reasons whether valid or not, are not eligbile for quarterly commission bonus plan in which the bonus plan is so screwed up that no one is quite sure how it works, once you think you have it down, the administration changes it somehow so that you recieve less comission. Too many conference calls that interfere with normal daily required job functions which translates into customers disatisfaction. Poor backup when dealing with a difficult customers or contracted buildings. Each department is not familiar with how the other works despite numerous training and company meetings which disrupt family lives. Most employees work beyond 40 hours per week, since many of the reports needed have a deadline of Sunday evening, and cannot be submitted earlier, which takes away from family time on the weekend. Senior Management particularly the CEO and president of the company have designed a mission statement, which they want all the employees to remember and follow, however the Senior management does not walk thier talk and has a tendancy to name call, or attach very morally degrading nicknames for employees who are showing an above average work ethic. this company has offended the other competitors by giving them nicknames and calling out alll thier weakness in front of thier employees which is completely unprofessional. Senior Management tends to hire from these outside competitors to get an inside on the going on and use those employees for information which legally is not suppose to be shared outside of the working environment based on a information and confidentiality agreement, they Senior management will make you feel like scum if you do not volunteer the information they are looking for, calling you disloyal and hypocritical.

    Advice to Senior ManagementSenior Management needs to spend some time with each department and come out of thier cushy offices and roll up thier sleeves to see what hurdles and roadblocks most employees encounter, which prevents accounts from being better on paper. Paperwork that is created and given to staff to use, which the client feels is very invasive and instead of making the client feel we care about thier business, we are only looking for money making opportunities. Requests have been made to the CEO and President to spend some time in the field, but they state they are too busy. After investigating thier busy schedules, they seem to have may personal items on thier calendars, golf dates, hair appointments, exercise, and many travel plans. My main advice is that the Senior Management get thier head out of thier butt and remember what it was like to be at the bottom and appreciate the efforts of thier staff in thier willingness to increase business,

    No, I would not recommend this company to a friend

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