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POC Project Analyst – Apply on Glassdoor

TELCOR Lincoln, NE

TELCOR’s point of care software products, installed with over 1,600 connections throughout the U.S., Canada and Europe, successfully addresses the… TELCOR

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Accountanting Specialist – Apply on Glassdoor

TELCOR Lincoln, NE

of this position are to independently execute and streamline operations and adhere to the corporate directives, maximize quality, efficiency and… TELCOR

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RCM Senior Software Engineer – Apply on Glassdoor

TELCOR Lincoln, NE

TELCORs Revenue Cycle Management applications are designed to provide labs with billing and business management tools to help them grow their… TELCOR

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Jim Terrano
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    I have been working at TELCOR full-time (More than 5 years)


    Flexible hours, relaxed dress code, competitive pay, tuition assistance, wellness benefits (yoga, yearly personal education credit, gym membership incentive). Management does recognize hard work by providing compensation and/or bonuses. Majority of employees are friendly and helpful. Employee events that promote interaction between departments.


    I used to believe that everything was great, but as time goes on you begin to learn more about the negative aspects. Morale has been declining for quite some time. Communication is lacking, not only within the department, but between departments. There are times when a face-to-face meeting would go over better than a lengthy email exchange where it's difficult to read the tone of the sender. Expectations are not always clearly defined. Executive management has to have a hand in every project no matter how small it is. Changes that directly affect employees aren't communicated with them, but are done in a secretive manner and then presented without warning or without consideration for the employee's feelings about the change.

    Advice to Management

    Trust your employees to do the job they've been given. If you want your employees to trust you, be more forthcoming with information whether good or bad. People talk; it would be much better to hear it from the source first instead of the water cooler.

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