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"Ok company to work for good pay but long hours"

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Former Employee - Driver in Orlando, FL
Former Employee - Driver in Orlando, FL
No opinion of CEO

Pros

Good pay and the employees are good to work with. The benefits are good. You get five days vacation after a year and personal time off. The staff is very understanding when you need to take sick time and it is an overall pleasant enviroment to be in.

Cons

Long hours and it is not predicatable how busy the day will be. You could start work at 8AM and not be home until midnight or later sometimes to do it all over again the next day. The raises are less than 3 percent per year which makes it hard to make it a long term career.

Advice to Management

Perhaps to implement a plan where the drivers could know when they where expected to be off every day

Other Employee Reviews for Apria Healthcare

  1. Helpful (1)

    "Watch out for lay-offs!"

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    Current Employee - Medical Biller/Collector in Redmond, WA
    Current Employee - Medical Biller/Collector in Redmond, WA
    Doesn't Recommend
    No opinion of CEO

    Pros

    The best reason to work there are the people. Most are very nice, helpful and hard working. Also for the very casual atmosphere. And they have a very good self-taught online training network that teaches you all aspects of their business from customer service procedures to product line overviews to government policies.

    Cons

    A terribly outdated computer system and an inefficient and complicated cash posting system. Also, very little basic facts and procedures about insurance payors for new employees. You basically have to find out everything for yourself and you have to keep asking question after question which most could have been answered by having cheat sheets and billing guides.

    Advice to Management

    Do not hire new employees if you were planning on having massive lay-offs in the near future!


  2. "Strong opportunity ---- company going NO WHERE"

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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee
    Disapproves of CEO

    Pros

    Healthcare - strong industry that has no business management skilled leaders to direct and lead into the future. Home Healthcare has always been a cash cow, that has never required strong sales growth initiatives and development of quality leaders. This is changing in 09 - with the new President of the United States, the DRA, and the economy, providers of insurance are going to have to curtale their coverage - this in turn means a reduction in profitability for Apria. Apria's strongest asset is their greatest weakness. Apria is a national company with tremendous service potential, but the shared services costs and corporate overhead require branches to squeeze the middle of the P&L to a point where it is impossible to provide great service and grow.

    Cons

    Leadership is terrible - no vision

    Advice to Management

    Do you have any idea how to grow this business?

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