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Great company to start out with.

Senior Business Analyst (Current Employee) Latham, NY

ProsStarting out, this was a great company to get my foot in the door with. If you're dedicated, you can move up quickly, and if you've never had a professional job before, the money makes you feel rich. The biggest benefit the company offers is their paid leave. Starting out at 3 weeks a year, it bumps up to 4 weeks a year after 5 years or you become salaried, and a 5th week is added if you've been with the company 5 years AND are salaried.

ConsAs in many companies, a point is reached where you can no longer move up. The higher the rank within the company, the less turnover there is, so you end up getting locked into your position and accept your annual merit raises which hardly account for anything. From a benefit perspective, their 401K isn't the greatest. In my five plus years with the company, I've had them do a one time match which hardly accounted for anything. The sick time plan doesn't really make much sense either; you earn the time, but it's frowned upon to use it.

Yes, I would recommend this company to a friend

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    Clinical Care Manager (Former Employee) Coppell, TX

    I worked at ValueOptions full-time for more than a year

    Pros: Great people and work culture, most employees had a strong… Cons: The workload was unrealistic most days. At least 12 hours needed to comfortably finish a day instead of all day rushing for 8 hrs without… Advice to Senior Management: A training video doesn't always fix a problem and it sure doesn't obsolve you… – I'm optimistic about the outlook for this company… More

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    Clinical Liaison (Current Employee)

    I have been working at ValueOptions full-time for more than 3 years

    Pros: Values, culture and consistent hours Cons: No room for advancement, no employee incentives Advice to Senior Management: Notice strengths of employees and allow for more opportunity to… More

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