TeamHealth Career Development FAQ

Read what TeamHealth employees think about career development at the company. Employees have questions about everything from promotions and mentoring to job security.

TeamHealth has a career opportunities rating of 3.3.

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7 English questions out of 7

January 12, 2021

How are career development opportunities at TeamHealth?

Pros

Really easy job, consistent hours

Cons

Based on seniority, no flexibility (unless you work graveyard), didn’t help much when needing days off, not much room for growth in this position

Based on seniority, no flexibility (unless you work graveyard), didn’t help much when needing days off, not much room for growth in this position

January 12, 2021

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April 30, 2020

What kind of career opportunities exist at TeamHealth?

Pros

Workload varies on a weekly basis

Cons

internal movement is not active

internal movement is not active

April 30, 2020

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February 9, 2021

Does TeamHealth have any sort of mentoring program?

Pros

flexible work schedule and the job enabled me to learn a lot. Good training program.

Cons

Don't have any complaints. Low pay was expected with an entry-level job.

Good training program.

February 9, 2021

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December 31, 2019

Why do TeamHealth employees quit?

Pros

They put a front of being an amazing place to work and they throw a lot of parties.

Cons

If you're not a white male or an elderly white woman, they don't care about you. In fact, they would prefer to make your life miserable and then say it's because you don't work hard enough. The entire time I was there, I was the most productive employee they had in my department. I was there every day on time and enrolled more providers and took more intiative and collected payments like a champ. About a year after I started working there, they started making all of the employees sign out and back in when they went on breaks and would punish anyone that was even a minute late from their break. Lunch schedules weren't a thing but they would watch you like a hawk and then say you went to lunch too late or too early in the day. They also hold it against you when you use PTO, even though you worked for that time off. I also had grown middle aged women yell at me and call me names and gossip behind my back when I was there. I was harrassed by the new "director" that was hired after I got there, even after hours and when I was sick. I also saw them fire a secretary that had worked there for 20 years and physically remove her from the building- she was an elderly woman and did not deserve to be physically kicked out of the building when she had jus been laid off due to the company losing money. When I finally put in my two week notice, the last day I was incredibly sick and couldn't make it in so I contacted my boss to let her know I'd be in the next day to finish up some things and hand off whatever I needed to. I got an email not to worry about it. So I showed up the next day and they had left a box with all of my things off my desk in it, some of my stuff was broken, and I found out that they had fired me even though it was the last day of my two week notice and I had been in contact with my manager. So glad I don't work there anymore.

Advice to Management

At least be honest when you go to hire someone about what an awful place to work your company is.

So I showed up the next day and they had left a box with all of my things off my desk in it, some of my stuff was broken, and I found out that they had fired me even though it was the last day of my two week notice and I had been in contact with my manager.

December 31, 2019

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February 8, 2021

How do employees feel about their professional development opportunities at TeamHealth?

Pros

I have a significant amount of autonomy, which can be good and bad for professional growth. The schedule is tremendous for my lifestyle.

Cons

I've been with the company for nearly 2 years and been denied a base pay raise and was not reimbursed as promised for nearly 40 hours of online coursework.

Advice to Management

Structured salary increase for time with company for retention.

I have a significant amount of autonomy, which can be good and bad for professional growth.

February 8, 2021

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