- Work/Life Balance
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
- Comp & Benefits
- Senior Management
I worked at naviHealth as a contractor (More than 3 years)
Flexibility at least before all the different acquisitions. PTO is very good, more than your normal 15 days. Technologies it uses are very trending. Leaders in healthcare. If you are developer out of college, senior in development or Dev Ops then you would be fine to grow.
Management has no guidance going below the top leaders, no effective decision making to improve current employees. The only decision making is to get rid of capable people for out of college (can be easily molded and paid less). The managers have too much responsibilities and nothing gets done, wrong people doing specific tasks, hiring people based on skills is a joke (no really standards). Some key areas are struggling due to lack of people and production support basically doesn't exists until it gets escalated by a big client, other than that clients are not supported as they should, unless contracts have SLAs. Very poor control of infrastructure changes and integration. HR doesn't do much when you are having issues internally, just sugar code everything. You should be stable for at least 18 months after that you should think about finding something new or see if you are going to grow before they kick you out, unless you have a high position in which you make it impossible for everybody else to grow. They won't work hard enough to get you on board if you are contractor. Fix your current problems and don't post pone so much just because someone sold something that hasn't been implement, stability is key to perform better.
Advice to Management
Get rid of old managers that don't take risks and don't want to make improvement to the individual groups. Invest more in the teams, better recruiting when hiring, better awareness of the importance of support for long term relationship with clients. Be more firm in making decisions when comes to people not performing correctly instead of getting rid of actual good professionals.
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