WorkCare
2.6 of 5 5 reviews
www.workcare.com Anaheim, CA 50 to 149 Employees

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Mediocre - You get a paycheck hurray!

(Former Employee)
Anaheim, CA

ProsThis review is for the Anaheim office only, and more about the benefits offered to you
Your experience here will vary on what department you get hired into

9/80 schedule for most employees, depending on what department you go to
8/40 for salary
No sick time - you have to use your vacation time to take a sick day
401k, dental, vision, medical
Times you come into work are a little flexible, 630a, 7a, 730a, 8a, works for people with kids
Quarterly bonus - Amount depends on how well the company did, but how much you get depends on your attendance and performance
Hourly employees have to clock in and out with an online system, including lunch
Some room for growth but not much, here's an example: you can go from file clerk to Account Manager (with two more steps in between)
I don't pay attention to some of the titles they use here - sometimes it makes no sense
In terms of getting an annual raise, they obviously don't give you one for cost of living/inflation. Always ask for one and prove why you should get it - otherwise you will be making the same amount you did in 2012 as you will be in 2020, and that dollar you made in 2012 would be worth .50 in 2020

The location is very convenient for running errands, walkable distance to many restaurants, Vons, banks - chase, wells fargo, BofA, police station across the street, library, museum, farmers market on Thursdays, two parks nearby, you can park in the parking structure and your car will not get hot when you leave from work

ConsCompany culture is questionable:
Be careful in who you decide to talk to
Hanging out in the break room can be weird awkward and silent
I did not find it to be a friendly environment you can even call it clickish
If you can't work with a good group of people what do you do?

No, I would not recommend this company to a friend

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    Small Company, Low Pay, long hours, CEO/President hires relatives and shows favoritism.

    Customer Relations Representative (Former Employee)
    Anaheim, CA

    I worked at WorkCare


    Pros: Location is close to major freeways and disnelyand. Cons: Dead end job. No room for growth or advancement. Advice to Senior Management: This company is unorganized. You need to get management on the… No, I would not recommend this company to a friend More
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    It is a great place to start.

    Medical Information Specialist (Former Employee)
    Anaheim, CA

    I worked at WorkCare full-time for more than 3 years


    Pros: The people are awesome. It is a great place to start out.… Cons: Promotions are far and few between. It is family owned… Advice to Senior Management: Pay more attention so the good ones don't fall through… Yes, I would recommend this company to a friend More
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