Health Decisions – Durham, NC
include: • Lead development, communication, and execution of effective and compliant HR policies • Participate in and/or leads HR projects for… StartWire
I worked at Health Decisions full-time
Very, very small organization - so the variety of tasks that needed to be done was unlimited. Good growth potential for employees, but few have enough sense to understand that the "HD way" is unlikely to be the industry-standard way. Lots of folks were promoted from entry level positions to management in record time, but the limited experience and lack of industry perspective keeps the vicious cycle of poor homegrown leadership entrenched.
Goodness, where to start? Top heavy in management but very lean in the ranks of staff who actually make the machinery run. Project managers were young and seemed to have plenty of time to play video games and check their social media sites, but most lacked judgment or the experience to make solid operational decisions. At the time I of my employment, there was no Regulatory Affairs department (!) and critical decisions were made by managers who were completely ignorant of the future consequences for the client. HD is a house of cards at the brink of collapse now that their major contract was pulled by the client. Even some executive level staff were made to leave recently in order to keep the company solvent.
Advice to Management
It's a shame that short-sighted policies have run this company into the ground.