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56% would recommend to a friend
(292 total reviews)
68% approve of CEO
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- "great benefits and they are more focused on feeding you or hosting a catering party as a reward for performance." (in 288 reviews)
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- "Most of the people were great to work with and wanted to see the projects succeed." (in 102 reviews)
- "We care about our patients and have a good work/life balance." (in 52 reviews)
- "The peers were good, and I was able to work from home so had a lot of flexibility" (in 40 reviews)
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- 5.0Sep 19, 2016Anonymous EmployeeCurrent Employee, less than 1 year
Great culture and amazing team. Managers are very supportive. Very collaborative and are focused on innovation. Great to work for one of the biggest companies in the world that is growing.
Nothing really negative. Could have better perks for working there but other than that the work is great and the people make it all so great.
- 5.0Apr 26, 2021Business Analyst IIFormer Employee, less than 1 yearChesterbrook, PA
Most of the people on my team were very easy to work with and friendly
This was a contract position. One person on the team did not like me and I did not get hired as a full time employee.
- 1.0Jul 30, 2013Anonymous EmployeeCurrent Employee, more than 5 yearsFrisco, TX
I love the people I work with, it's a stable company with large earning potential and growth, great benefits package
The goals that Senior Management set for some of the business units this year were completely unattainable causing some to not get their bonuses. People rely on the bonus to put them somewhere closer to a salary they can survive on. This company does not reward it's employees. A 2% raise on an 'Exceeds Expectations' review per year is not acceptable. People can't live on that and deal with inflation. I hear about a lot of people that are looking for either a second job or looking to leave the company completely.2
- 3.0Apr 14, 2017Anonymous EmployeeFormer Employee
Most of the people were great to work with and wanted to see the projects succeed.
HR and Sourcing were a revolving door while I was there. Sourcing management micro-managed the team, suppressed new ideas, and did not connect with the group at all.3
- 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.
- 3.0Aug 10, 2021Anonymous EmployeeFormer Employee
Good opportunities and a lot of nice people that will knowledge share. Benefits are fair. Can learn a lot but expect to work a lot also.
Incredibly toxic and competitive culture. Hires a bunch of young people and overworks them and makes them think it is normal. Compensation isn’t competitive and they are elusive and unclear about all HR processes. Needs to seriously review leadership and culture in certain groups.6
- 5.0Sep 15, 2015Anonymous InternFormer Intern, less than 1 year
The people that I was placed with during my internship were nothing but helpful and great. They were willing to reach out whenever help was needed in order for you to learn and succeed.
The only really con I have for the company would be the IT department within each division. They are slow and not considerate of the other lines of business. I believe IT within this company is holding back the company from doing bigger and greater things.
- 3.0Sep 17, 2020Procurement LiaisonFormer EmployeeLockbourne, OH
Had opportunity to move to other cities for jobs. Had decent employee groups to help make changes within the org.
Managers and their managers were not good with people; our Regional manager never learned my name after meeting him 5 times. Terrible training. Expectation that you will work 50+ hours with no bonus, it was 100% based on the market. As soon as the market dipped layoffs would happen.
- 3.0Jul 23, 2017Benefits SpecialistFormer Employee, less than 1 yearFort Mill, SC
They have some people that are great to work for and a lot of perks for coffee and soda drinkers.
They are good at making promises and not keeping them. I was told I have a permanent job and then it wasn't offered. Not consistent! !!!1
- 2.0Oct 6, 2020Integration SpecialistCurrent EmployeeDeptford Township, NJ
Some really great people who care about the importance of the work they provide to the customers. Schedule Flexibility.
Where do I begin: the lack of true leadership, the non existence of any accountability; the lack of industry knowledge among the teams; not willing to accept other peoples ideas/opinions; no training whatsoever; hours upon hours of conference calls with no adherence to the already overflowing workload. Burdening non management members with bringing new members up to date on training.