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- "Good benefits and very accommodating" (in 298 reviews)
- "The pay was good and they were nice" (in 158 reviews)
- "Most of the people were great to work with and wanted to see the projects succeed." (in 106 reviews)
- "We care about our patients and have a good work/life balance." (in 52 reviews)
- "Good salary and hours, work from home" (in 41 reviews)
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- 1.0Mar 31, 2015Order PickerCurrent EmployeePelham, AL
Good benefits that's about the only thing that is good about this company
Pay is the worst in order to really get paid you have to run like you are on a track team.1
- 2.0Mar 4, 2011Financial AnalystFormer EmployeeValley Forge, PA
The health benefits are very good and the cost was very reasonable. Employees were hard working and easy to get along with.
You are paid to show up every day. Advancement opportunities for seasoned professionals was non-existent. I did not see any mentoring by middle management.7
- 3.0Jul 22, 2020Warehouse AssociateFormer Employee, more than 3 yearsRoanoke, TX
Very good and competitive Benefits
A lot of running around. Pressure to meet production. Long hours.
- 5.0Feb 23, 2016Anonymous EmployeeCurrent Employee, less than 1 year
The people: Employees at ABC are very kind and open-minded. As a newer employee, associates at all levels (even senior managers and executives) are very open and willing to answer questions. They want you to learn, and they realize there is a huge learning curve. It's a very empowering work environment, and they let you go at your own pace. There is a huge push for millennial workers, and the company is eager to know how they can cater to the millennial workforce. With that being said, work/life balance is great. They are continuously trying to improve this balance, as well. The pay is satisfying, as well as bonuses, benefits, and the 401k. I was offered more than I was expecting when I was offered the job. From talks around the department, though, it's definitely an entry-level salary for the company. The company is growing rapidly and is fairly large already (Fortune 16). However, it is still being operated as if it were still a small company. There is a lot of opportunity for process improvements, developing training programs, and other projects. You can literally play a part in a huge change that the company goes through for these reasons. Exposure is huge.
Honestly, I can't think of anything negative to say about the company as a whole. The only thing I would mention is that the benefits and 401k do not start on day one of employment. They start after a full 30 days beginning on the first of the month after you are hired. Tuition reimbursement is a little over $5,000 a year.
- 2.0Dec 21, 2011C-CBCurrent EmployeeThorofare, NJ
great benefits and they are more focused on feeding you or hosting a catering party as a reward for performance.
Manegement are too friendly with select individuals. Cannot trust anyone in there when problems arise. Not HR or upper management. They promote negative behaviors. Very racist environment. No need to look for advancement if they dont like you. Professional educated people they tend to dispise. Worked for the company for over 7 years & posess a degree and still can't advance? Managers lack communication. Business makes billions but performance time they are skimpy and say that due to recession they have to cut back. Work you like a dog!7
- 4.0Jun 9, 2023Patient Access SpecialistCurrent Temporary Employee
Remote work Good pay Good managers Team huddles Good training
No benefits Alot of going back and forth on what to do