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  1. Inspiring place to work

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    Former Employee - Partner Relations Coordinator in Gulf Breeze, FL
    Former Employee - Partner Relations Coordinator in Gulf Breeze, FL

    I worked at Studer Group full-time (More than a year)

    Recommends
    Neutral Outlook
    Approves of CEO
    Recommends
    Neutral Outlook
    Approves of CEO

    Pros

    Quarterly training seminars. Great benefits. Great leaders

    Cons

    If you don't have a medical background you might struggle

    Advice to Management

    Na


  2. Helpful (1)

    A step above the competition

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    • Senior Management
    Former Employee - Partner Relations Coordinator in Pensacola, FL
    Former Employee - Partner Relations Coordinator in Pensacola, FL

    I worked at Studer Group full-time (More than a year)

    Recommends
    Positive Outlook
    Approves of CEO
    Recommends
    Positive Outlook
    Approves of CEO

    Pros

    The culture of this company is absolutely the primary reason that I began to work with Studer Group. Locally, the employees of the company surpass the work ethic and dedication to excellence of most in the Pensacola, FL area. If you are looking for a personal challenge to work with highly educated professionals in the healthcare world, this is a wonderful experience. The Partner Relations Coordinator (PRC) role is similar to that of an executive assistant, except that the role requires, in most cases, the PRC to virtually support, via phone calls and on-line communication, up to 4 doctors or healthcare executives at a time. This can be quite rewarding if the relationships you form are productive and you enjoy a fast-paced work environment. Do not look in to this role if you are not prepared for a challenge! The "coaches" themselves have a vast knowledge of effective healthcare tactics and gaining mentorship from one of them would be invaluable!

    Cons

    If you are not prepared for a professional challenge, do not expect to do well here. This is a highly competitive and progressing company, so promotion opportunities from the entry level position are few and far in-between. Networking and constant attention to detail are needed every day if you plan to succeed. The pace can be fast. The pay isn't the greatest but is somewhat balanced by the yearly bonus structure, which increases as your time with the company increases.

    Advice to Management

    Carey King is an excellent example of a leader, she will help with problems and work to find solutions. Keep her around!


  3. Helpful (3)

    Glorified secretary

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    • Senior Management
    Former Employee - Partner Relations Coordinator in Gulf Breeze, FL
    Former Employee - Partner Relations Coordinator in Gulf Breeze, FL

    I worked at Studer Group full-time (More than 3 years)

    Doesn't Recommend
    Positive Outlook
    Doesn't Recommend
    Positive Outlook

    Pros

    Small company Transparent financials Generous time off Smart co-workers Accessible CEO Great title to put on your resume for first job Strong name in the community and with healthcare professionals Free books and communication building skills Ongoing on the job training, and quarterly, mandatory training

    Cons

    They won't hire you if you are a smoker. Fresh out of college co-workers with no job experience, not professional, most dress like they are going to the 'club'. More than half the company works on the road but PRCs are not allowed to telecommute, or work overtime to get the job done. Heinous verbal abuse for very little money. PRCs support the 'coaches' on the road- missed flights, mixed up powerpoint, or mistakes will leave you in tears. Daily. You must apologize, and you are told 'they are just stressed.' 90% female office, a lot of gossip, backstabbing, and stepping on each other to move up in the company. Lunch cliques, and it feels like a fashion show daily. You are reminded almost daily to push the sale of seminars and books even if the client is failing financially. The success of the founder is an agenda the culture tries to make you very aware of, i.e. everything he owns in the Pensacola area, and you are expected to patronize, and support it (shops, restaurants, ballpark etc) You will not get a yearly bonus if you do not preform specific tasks of implementing new ideas into the company to make it more efficient. Bonus varies year to year based on tenure, and amount of people employed at the end of the year.

    Advice to Management

    Be honest that you are a consulting firm. Hire employees with experience, and pay them fairly. Need more diversity, very little minorities working here. Show clear paths with reachable goals to move up in the company. Match 401K, the company makes a ton of money. It isn't fair that bonuses do not commensurate with achievement. Trust your workers, we love the company, we will work from home if you let us.


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    High Performers Only

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    Former Employee - Partner Relations Coordinator in Gulf Breeze, FL
    Former Employee - Partner Relations Coordinator in Gulf Breeze, FL

    I worked at Studer Group full-time (More than 3 years)

    Recommends
    Positive Outlook
    Recommends
    Positive Outlook

    Pros

    Small company. Maybe 60 people in office the rest telecommute as consultants or sales. Lots of opportunity to grow. Founder is very accessible, and CEO will answer your email. Great benefits, awesome camaraderie. Lots of Kool Aid to drink if you have a corporate mentality.

    Cons

    High pressure situation. They drive the idea that they only hire high performers and drive competition in the work place through performance evaluations. Majority of the workforce is fresh out of college, wet behind the ears with glorified secretary titles. While it is great to have a mostly female staff (HR is female) there is a lot of bickering, backstabbing, jealousy, and rivalry. Lots of intimidation by a few senior employees (female). Biggest con: They want you to believe you are making healthcare better. They are a consulting firm. If making failing hospitals dig in their pockets and pay hundreds of thousands, if not millions of dollars to do what they could read in a Studer book makes healthcare better, then they succeed.

    Advice to Management

    Hire more professional people. 22 year olds in an administrative support role do not lend credibility to this company. Pay better. For a consulting firm making as much as you do, you do not pay well. Allow more telecommute. Employees with children, or ailing family would be happy to work for you with the flexibility to stay home as the 'coaches' do.



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