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James S. B. Whittenburg
I have been working at HealthTronics full-time for more than 8 years
Pros – Competitive Salary. Good Benefits. Solid Future
Cons – Issues that are brought up to management keep getting repeated.
Yes, I would recommend this company to a friend
2012-11-16 21:42 PST
I worked at HealthTronics full-time for more than a year
Pros – Great benefits. Flexible work schedule (when requested.) Many activities to get employees involved outside of work. Pro-family.
Cons – Compensation is low, compared to the market. Management and HR is not helpful in solving problems that are brought to their attention. They ignore the issues and hope they go away. Political games that is allowed to continue "because that is the way it has always been." Much dependency on processes and procedures, preventing creativity or innovation among employees. Training (outside of process reading) is not adequate. Culture and value is good as it's written, but poor as it is actually implemented.
Advice to Senior Management – Investigate the problems brought to your attention to your fullest capacity, especially listening to the input of ALL employees. It only takes one bad apple to ruin the entire bag.
Yes, I would recommend this company to a friend – I'm optimistic about the outlook for this company
2012-08-15 08:42 PDT
I have been working at HealthTronics
Pros – Casual Friday
Benefits package (used to be better before Endo Pharmaceuticals bought HTRN)
Finally getting more technologically advanced (encouraged by Endo)
Intrinsic value in working for a company that is at the forefront in developing cancer fighting procedures
Cons – Absolutely no training or career development, even if you ask for it
Usually do not hire from within
Do not encourage continuing education
Resources are not made available to HTRN employees that are available to Endo employees to continue to develop and grow within the company
Middle managers get most if not all of the credit for any departmental accomplishments, not the "pions" of the department
Advice to Senior Management – Try getting the "pions" input into decisions that would affect their job processes on a daily basis, you may be surprised on the feedback. Recognize the contributions that non-managers could make. Foster drive and talent from within that express desire to grow with the company.
2011-08-30 17:52 PDT
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