Conifer Health Solutions Employee Reviews about "upper management"
33% would recommend to a friend
(68 total reviews)
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- "Good Benefits and paid Holidays" (in 90 reviews)
- "My pay is decent but I know people who do the same work as I do who make about 15" (in 88 reviews)
- "work from home is nice" (in 67 reviews)
- "The people I worked with and the people I supervised were great and good at what they did (they have all since been laid off)." (in 53 reviews)
- "management coworkers are great to work with" (in 38 reviews)
- "Management within certain departments is poor." (in 161 reviews)
- "There is no leadership & no human resource staff even in the same state." (in 50 reviews)
- "There is little or no training" (in 49 reviews)
- "Upper management is terrible" (in 43 reviews)
- "No communication and no HR staff on site." (in 29 reviews)
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- 4.0Dec 18, 2016Patient Access RepresentativeFormer Employee, more than 5 yearsDallas, TX
Under Tenent umbrella...able to transfer to different states
Dallas upper management in the Forney Tx and Rockwall centers1
- 3.0Sep 20, 2016Anonymous EmployeeCurrent Employee
I love my direct management and the people that I work with. My department was originally bought out by Conifer so I wasn't employed originally through them.
New things added to an already hectic job every week. A very high stress environment where you barely have enough time to do what the original job required and then constantly given more to do on top of that. Constantly understaffed because they cannot keep employees longer than 6 months due to everything they throw at them. Within the past year all of upper management and their first replacements have been fired for some reason or another.5
- 1.0Oct 26, 2017RecruiterFormer Employee, more than 8 yearsFrisco, TX
The other recruiters I worked with were fantastic.
Upper management treats recruiters like they are just a piece of meat. Ideas are brought forward, but ignored. Work loads range between 40-70 positions per recruiter. Some recruiters even higher. Upper management refuses to recognize all the repetitive administrative tasks recruiters have to handle that keep them off the phone. Then they come down on you for not getting more positions filled, rather than listening and focusing in on areas that are time intensive. Then they randomly come up with new reports they want or new things they want you to do in the recruiting. When asked about when items will be focused on for streamlining the ATS system or recruiting process, they respond that it is not the priority right now.5Conifer Health Solutions Response7y
Thank you for reaching out to us. We appreciate you sharing your ideas and we will pass your comments on to the department for review. We wish you luck in all of your future endeavors.
- 1.0Aug 24, 2015C F DirectorCurrent Employee, more than 3 yearsFrisco, TX
The building is pretty new and the cafeteria is decent, with plenty of the regular options that'll put pounds where you don't want them. Most people I know (myself included) wish that there were healthy options to eat since we work for a healthcare company and you'd think that would matter here.
The energy in this place is incredibly negative and toxic. Lots of people keep a rabbit's foot or some other lucky charm on their desk because they're not sure who'll be fired next. There have been SOOO many people fired here over the past few years. Ever since Conifer launched out on its own (we now operate mostly independent of our parent company Tenet), it's been unbelievable how many people have been hired and then fired a year or less later. It's like upper management just closes their eyes to how abusively people are treated. Every week, there are a LOT of people fired because they are told they don't fit in or, more often, aren't told any reason at all; just, 'today is your last day, we'll ship you your stuff from your cube.' It's pretty depressing and most of the people I know have either given up and are just waiting for the ax to drop on them, or they are actively looking for another job and can't wait to 'get free' like so many hundreds of other people have (by choice or not). If you are TRULY desperate for a job, consider this place. But if you have any other options at all, trust me: you'd be much better off working for a place and making less money and having a good idea that you'll still have a job a year or two from now than you would be accepting a job here (believing the stories they'll tell you in the interview process - 'it's the best!!') and getting fired 12-14 months later. My time here is running out since I'm now the most senior person in our department, and I've been here around 3 years.7
- 1.0Oct 15, 2018Account RepresentativeFormer Employee, more than 8 yearsTinley Park, IL
Flexible hours, pleasant co-workers, suburban location
No corporate vision, horrific management, no sales for past 4 years, constant loss of long-term clients. Most upper management resides in Texas and are completely disconnected from the reality of the Tinley Park office. General feeling among staff that the doors will be closing soon. Those who do the least but are connected to Texas will get promoted over hard-working Tinley employees every time.5
- 1.0Sep 18, 2014ManagementCurrent EmployeeFrisco, TX
For me the best reason turned out to be location. Otherwise, if you want a crash course in backstabbing politics this is the right place.
Inexperienced leadership. Favoritism. All about who you know not what you know. Extremely unprofessional peers and even worse upper management. No respect for employees. Rude to your face.9
- 4.0Oct 5, 2016Anonymous EmployeeCurrent Employee
Easy to relate to the values and vision of the company
Productivity focused (numbers numbers numbers!) and when goals aren't met overtime becomes mandatory. Upper management located offsite (out of state) therefore minimal interaction with other levels of employees. Current incentives for employees are difficult to obtain/earn.3
- 1.0Jul 12, 2023Patient Account RepresentativeFormer Employee, more than 1 yearFrisco, TX
Autonomy. Job aids. Remote positions.
Management is lost most of the time. Upper management hired simply by connections and not because they are competent.Conifer Health Solutions Response5mo
It is important that our employees feel they are always heard. We are sorry to hear about your experience but appreciate you voicing your concern. We have shared your feedback with our leadership team.
- 1.0Apr 15, 2016Director AR Management OpsCurrent Employee, more than 1 year
Great people on the front lines. Great IT help.
Horrible communication! Poor support from upper management and HR. Not very organized. Onboarding and help from HR is abysmal! Senior management and Corp people are very elitist and mean. They don't care about anyone else and have no clue what the client wants or needs. Don't join them and look for another position, quickly!6