Anthelio Healthcare Solutions – Washington, DC
PHNS is currently looking for a Service Delivery Manager. In this role, the Service Delivery Manager (SDM) maintains an open line of communication… Anthelio Healthcare Solutions
I have been working at Anthelio Healthcare Solutions full-time (More than 5 years)
Anthelio goes for and has obtained long-term contracts and are constantly going after new fresh business. If you are looking for a place to work for several years without worry, Anthelio is the place to work. They have decent benefits, including sick time and include "floating holidays", as well as good health insurance. The people I work with are really knowledgeable and hard working.
Anthelio "acts" like they listen. But in reality they don't. There's a pretense of caring for the employee. The only caring is how much money they make from the client for your work. Each new CEO comes in with new ideas but in the end it boils down to cutting costs and sending jobs overseas. The senior management (all 50 million levels) tell you to come talk to them, and HR says to talk to them, but they fail to say they will not listen. They do not invest in the talent they have. They just bring in more people who will do what you have been asked to be trained to do. Oh, and when new opportunities open, good luck on getting your foot in the door. The door is usually closed with their foot against it. And did I mention HR is hard to contact? Oh, and deception. That's the "best" description of how they operate. And there's always a pretense of communication. But the best and sometimes only communication you have about what is happening is through the office grapevine from the privileged few who cozy up to management and get information. We recently got our contract cut short by 4 months with the promise up to the termination papers came in the mail that we were still in negotiations to extend our contract. So add messing with our lives to the list of "cons".
Advice to Management
Be honest. Truly honest. You'll get more respect that way. And quit trying to send jobs to India. Listen to your customers about outsourcing before you "kill off" your client base. You have excellent talent within your company (in the US) and if you want cheap, you'll get cheap.