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Evolent Health Chicago, IL Reviews

  • "Great company, great benefits, & awesome culture!"

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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Chicago, IL
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Chicago, IL
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    I have been working at Evolent Health full-time (More than 3 years)

    Pros

    I love working for Evolent. They’ve been so generous with me and have been extremely flexible with my schedule. I really feel appreciated for the work I do and I have an amazing team. I’ve been with them since 2016 and I wouldn’t leave them for another company. Very happy where I am at.

    Cons

    None that I can think of. I do have an amazing team though and we all work out of different sites, would be nice if would could could see each other in person more often.

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Evolent Health Chicago, IL Salaries

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$135,823 per year
$117k
$163k
$135,823 per year
$117k
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$22.05 hourly
$20
$24
$79,893 per year
$72k
$92k
$79,893 per year
$72k
$92k

Evolent Health Chicago, IL Interviews

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    Associate Software Engineer Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate in Chicago, IL
    No Offer
    Negative Experience
    Average Interview

    Interview

    Entire process was a joke, aside from quick correspondence with the HR rep. She was nice. Not only did I waste my gas driving to Chicago to the initial interview with only 3 of the 6 people scheduled to interview me, I was called back for a second interview in which there were only 2 of the 4 scheduled interviewers present. They were "out sick". A complete joke of an interview in both cases. They had one guy come in and talk to me about the parking and how I like the city, clearly just killing time.

    I understand you might already have someone in mind that you are going to hire, but why then would you shrug me off for the first interview, then call me back for a second? Just be honest and quite wasting everyone's time. Such a confusing and nonsense procedure here, it blatantly felt as though everyone was on a different page and had no idea what was going on.

    Oh and also, I never even got a response post second interview! It's been 3 and a half weeks since that last interview, and two emails with the nice HR rep girl later, I still just got the response, " I'm sorry x, I'm trying to reach the company to get an answer for you but they are not responding." I have since found a much more organized company to work for, one that actually had their interview process in order.

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