AHS Staffing Reviews
86% would recommend to a friend
(175 total reviews)
92% approve of CEO
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Updated Nov 28, 2023
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- "Good benefits, like uncapped PTO starting in 2023 (they listened) and matching 401K." (in 9 reviews)
- "good pay, have work" (in 8 reviews)
- "good people" (in 8 reviews)
- "Amazing Culture where others lift each other up and everyone wants everyone to succeed!" (in 7 reviews)
- "We all know recruiting is truly a roller coaster and management always expects you to perform." (in 6 reviews)
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- 5.0Nov 28, 2023Registered Respiratory TherapistCurrent Employee, more than 3 yearsSouth Phoenix, AZ
I have worked 4 yrs with AHS doing contracts. My recruiter, April. Singleton is very helpful, answers my calls and emails promptly. She has good communications skills and understand my needs.
Haven’t really had any to be honest. But I would like to have PTO vs sick leave.
- 5.0Oct 24, 2023Healthcare RecruiterFormer Employee, less than 1 year
Most everyone is friendly and welcoming. Good Computer system, Communication could be smoother when updating candidates' files within the actual computer system.
A little too many meetings weekly.
- 5.0Sep 27, 2023Travel PCTCurrent Employee, more than 1 yearEastlake, OH
My recruiter Nikki is so patient and kind. She answers my questions, extremely helpful, and efficient! I have Traveled with company for a year now, no complaints
It’s hard to get assignments, but mostly towards the end of the year.
- 2.0Jun 20, 2023Recruitment ConsultantFormer Employee, more than 1 yearFrisco, TX
- It's a good place to get your foot in the door for recruiting because they turn almost no one away. - High ceiling for commission
- Incredibly low base salary for the industry and location. - Management plays favorites and blames you for unavoidable outcomes. - You are expected to be on and available 24/7 for nurses, as well as internal communication. - Benefits are menial at best. - Leadership lauds the work environment and employee appreciation, but won't hear a word of end-of-year bonuses (they send a gift box with terrible items that no one uses or break within a month), and won't entertain raises even when presented with data on inflation. - They will resist any kind of positive changes for employees that would cost the company anything.AHS Staffing Response5mo
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- 2.0Jul 24, 2023RecruiterFormer Employee, more than 5 yearsFrisco, TX
Despite the significant challenges I faced during my time at AHS, there were some positive aspects that deserve recognition. These factors may contribute to a more well-rounded perspective of the company. 1. No Commission Cap: One notable advantage of working at AHS is the absence of a commission cap. This policy can be motivating for employees, as it allows them to fully benefit from their hard work and dedication. The potential to earn higher rewards based on individual performance is a definite positive aspect of the compensation structure. 2. Decent Benefits: The company offers decent benefits to its employees, which is commendable. Having access to adequate health care, retirement plans, and other employee benefits can make a significant difference in an employee's overall well-being and job satisfaction. This demonstrates a level of care for the workforce's welfare. 3. Great Coworkers: The people I worked with at AHS were undoubtedly the highlight of my experience. The camaraderie and support among coworkers created a positive and enjoyable atmosphere. Collaborating with talented and friendly individuals can enhance productivity and create a more pleasant work environment.
My time at AHS has been nothing short of disappointing. From the lack of transparency to the favoritism displayed by leaders, this company has shown a concerning disregard for its employees’ well-being and growth. One of the most glaring issues I encountered during my tenure was the absence of constructive feedback and career development opportunities. Without proper guidance, it was nearly impossible to progress professionally. Moreover, the base pay offered was inadequate, forcing employees to work excessively long hours just to make ends meet, often relying heavily on commission. The implementation of Workday was a clear failure, leaving employees feeling ill-prepared and incompetent. Furthermore, the lack of transparency regarding commission structures added to the growing list of frustrations, making it difficult to trust the company’s intentions. Perhaps the most disheartening aspect of working at AHS was the evident presence of favoritism within the organization. It was disheartening to see that those close to management were given preferential treatment in terms of promotions and career growth, while others were left to stagnate. This inconsistency in expectations and the ridiculous hustle culture only added to the overall toxic work environment. The enforcement of in-office work despite the potential for remote work further exacerbated the situation, leading to unnecessary micromanagement and reduced employee morale. The toxic drama that permeated the office made it challenging for individuals who wanted to focus on their jobs and maintain a healthy work-life balance. The introduction of “unlimited” PTO was another broken promise, as it was later revealed that it wasn’t as flexible as initially presented. The company’s lack of honesty and integrity in this regard only further eroded employee trust. It is disconcerting to see a company that values profits over the well-being of its employees. The blatant disregard for work-life balance and the unequal treatment of employees based on their financial contributions to the company demonstrate a lack of empathy and ethics.1
- 5.0Jul 26, 2023Full Stack EngineerCurrent Employee, less than 1 year
Down to earth, hard working people. Leadership is responsive and the company continues to improve.
None that I can think of
- 5.0Feb 23, 2023RecruiterCurrent Employee, less than 1 year
What you see is what you get and it's AMAZING! From the CEO down...everyone truly upholds the core values. There is not one person I have worked with at AHS that won't help when needed and management is always checking in to make sure that all is well with their team. I have worked my whole life to find a company that cares as much as I do when I put in my time and this is the one!
I have yet to find one!AHS Staffing Response5mo
Thank you for your wonderful review! We are so happy that you see our core values lived out every day! -AHS Staffing
- 5.0Aug 31, 2022RecruiterCurrent Employee, more than 1 year
The culture here is AMAZING! You are instantly a part of the family when you get hired. The managers and upper leadership work hard to let you know you are valuable and heard. The schedule can be flexible depending on the team. Overall, AMAZING PLACE TO WORK!
The benefits and PTO is on the lower end of industry standards. Benefits suck unless you're a healthy adult other than that be prepared for spend some cash on your health insurance. PTO isn't something to write home about. Very low compared to other companies and they don't roll over. Being a female it scares me if I wanted to start a family because 1.) limited PTO 2.) the lack of support from HR, saying it is a "paid vacation with your baby"..... It's 2022, time to start addressing the maternity and paternity leave situation within the company.AHS Staffing Response5mo
Thank you for letting us know your experience working for us! -AHS Staffing
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AHS Staffing has an overall rating of 4.1 out of 5, based on over 227 reviews left anonymously by employees. 86% of employees would recommend working at AHS Staffing to a friend and 75% have a positive outlook for the business. This rating has decreased by -7% over the last 12 months.
86% of AHS Staffing employees would recommend working there to a friend based on Glassdoor reviews. Employees also rated AHS Staffing 4.0 out of 5 for work life balance, 4.1 for culture and values and 4.1 for career opportunities.