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Employees rate Midvale 5.6% higher than the overall average
I have been working at CHG Healthcare full-time (More than 10 years)
I can't say enough about how great CHG is! I've been with the company for a lot of years and have seen a lot.....all for the better. When CHG took on the Core Values of Putting People First, Continuous Improvement, Integrity & Ethics, Quality & Professionalism, and Growth things came a long way.
When your Executive Leaders practice what they preach, and then seeing it carry down to other leaders, and employees its a wonderful thing to see.
I'm so grateful that I work for such a wonderful, caring company. I feel very spoiled and I hope I never take CHG for granted.
I appreciate the fact that CHG not only supports it's employees, but also their providers, clients, customers and community.
I really don't have anything negative to say. I know that people are not perfect, but what CHG stands for helps us become better as employees, family members and citizens.
Advice to Management
Keep teaching the Core Values, especially when we keep getting bigger. We need to be constant and diligent, not letting our Values fall through the cracks through our success. Also I think that when our people our put first, and engaged, then the numbers will follow. Not the numbers first.
I applied online. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at CHG Healthcare (Midvale, UT) in April 2018.
The interview process is a joke, they'll tease you with a management position only to tell you that you'll need to work there 3-5 years before you're offered that position. I declined when I applied years ago but recently applied for the managerial position and they gave me the exact same line each time, this means that they're just using that false position to lure in more sales reps. I went in for the interview and my interviewer was LATE by 40 minutes. She went over my resume ridiculing each position I've had telling me that she wanted SALES and not CUSTOMER SERVICE although my last 4 positions have been sales positions and were relevant to the sales rep job that they kept trying to shove in my face. The interviewer didn't really sell the position, they pretty stated that metrics were going to be unrealistic and stressful and that you'll be cold calling doctor's offices harassing them to get contracts with other clinics... but the challenge is suppose to outweigh the lower pay and instability of the job.