TriZetto

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2 people found this helpful  

Great opportunity to work for a mission-driven company that truly impacts the heathcare industry

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  • Senior Management
  • Career Opportunities
Current Employee - Director  in  Denver, CO
Current Employee - Director in Denver, CO

Pros

TriZetto plays a crucial role in the healthcare industry. The leadership team is highly motivated, and since new leadership arrived, highly aligned and moving in the right direction. The associates at TriZetto are very intelligent and capable, and the company is an innovator in one of the most important industries to our nation's success.

Cons

There is a lot of change underway at TriZetto. This is all for the good, but with change comes uncertainty, but more importantly, opportunity as well. For individuals looking to be part of something growing, changing, and impactful, TriZetto is a difficult place to beat. For individuals looking for routine and status-quo, they may find TrIZetto's pace too demanding.

Advice to ManagementAdvice

There is a lot of change underway, and this is all for the better. Advice is to continue down the direction that we are headed, but accelerate the pace of progress and the frequency of communication. You cannot over-communicate during a time of transition, and TriZetto has such a compelling opportunity ahead, that we must continue to evolve.

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  1. 2 people found this helpful  

    Behind the time technology company trying to be a leader.

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    • Work/Life Balance
    • Senior Management
    • Career Opportunities
    Former Employee - Director Product Development  in  Phoenix, AZ
    Former Employee - Director Product Development in Phoenix, AZ

    Pros

    Overpaid, underworked
    Stupid buyers in the market

    Cons

    Poor product management strategy, service is weak, billing not service is important

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Get modern leaders

    No opinion of CEO
  2. 4 people found this helpful  

    it's a job, just a job

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    • Work/Life Balance
    • Senior Management
    • Career Opportunities
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee  in  Boston, MA
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Boston, MA

    Pros

    great people (some of them)
    good work schedule ( you have to stick to your work schedule, you'll always be buried with work)
    convenient location
    healthcare knowledge

    Cons

    big corporate policies
    worst possible medical plan (it's only good if you don't go to the doctor's at all)
    impossible to get a raise/promotion
    certain individuals get really great pay, most others are below market average

    I've been with the company for more than 5 years, I joined the company with high hope to have a career. Too many disappointments, too much frustrations, now it's just a job that barely pays my mortgage

    compensation:
    there's no chance for salary raise, you'll get 2% merit increase if you are really lucky, 2% is well below inflation. the medical insurance is one of the worst possible, if you or family member have health conditions, expect to pay up to 5000/year out of packet (2.5k deductible for family). 2-week vacation. and company policy states 5% salary increase for doubled responsibilities.
    it's really not about you when it comes to compensation, company doesn't care how much you do, how much responsibilities you have or how well you perform, it's a standard formula that calculates compensation. you are really just one of the 2000 employees.
    the more you do, the more the company will take advantage of you, there is no pay for performance.

    professional growth:
    there's no room for individual contributors to grow, there's no career path. they are not interested in giving you promotions, or talking about your career. company policy doesn't care how much past experience you have, how well you do in your position, your promotion will only be considered after 5 years in the same position, all technical promotions are decided by a EVP, who knows nothing about you. you are stuck in your position, senior titles are as high as you can go for most technical people.

    others
    company will decrease your compensation every year (lower benefits, bonuses), and management will increase your work load every day, the more you can do, the more work you'll be assigned, you are stuck being a work horse chasing after artificial deadlines, they will give you unrealistic, unreasonable deadlines, and won't listen to you, when things go wrong, you are the one they will point their fingers at. and, management will explicitly and implicitly tell you to work long hours, for free

    hiring
    80% of people given offer turned down the offer, company is so cheap that anyone with good resume walks away.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    invest in your employees
    get rid of policies created to work against employees
    get rid of those who can't manage ( how about anonymous survey on each manager? )
    good technical people can't manage, stop hiring technical people to be managers because they are good at coding or other technical skills, most of them don't know how to manage

    Doesn't Recommend
    No opinion of CEO
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