48% would recommend to a friend
(142 total reviews)
37% approve of CEO
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Updated Oct 27, 2023
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7 hours ago
How do I deal with my new manager that is trying to push me out? She doesn’t have any idea what I'm do, but she tells me that I am doing it wrong? The same job that I have done for 7 years. She doesn’t like the fact that she has 1 person to manage and that I work remotely in a different state, which she said to my old manager that approved my relocation. She lies about me to upper management and they believe her. I have talked to her manager and she is defends and makes excuses for her.
9 hours ago
My workplace has a policy for hourly employees that if they call out for any reason the day before or after a holiday they forfeit any holiday pay. They don’t have the same policy for salaried employees. This really rubs me the wrong way. I understand they don’t want people calling out unnecessarily but what if there is an emergency or someone is legitimately sick? People shouldn’t be penalized for that. Does anyone else’s workplace have that policy?
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- 2.0Oct 25, 2023Renal DietitianFormer Employee, more than 3 years
If you want to get into renal, this is one of the largest companies you can work for. They do have some good learning resources. I really liked and respected many of my patients and coworkers.
Focus is on making money for the company, no matter how you slice it. Lots of corporate jargon and useless meetings. Too much upper management who don't understand the stressors of the ground-level employees. Poor pay for what they ask you to do.
- 4.0Oct 9, 2023Registered DietitianCurrent EmployeeHuntingdon, PA
Flexibility, pay, benefits/perks, IDT works great together
Difficulty with noncompliance, can be micromanaged depending on manager, usually covering multiple facilities with different doctors
- 5.0Dec 13, 2022Social WorkerCurrent Employee, more than 8 yearsSavannah, GA
I love my team and my patietns. The company took great care of all of us during the pandemic. I love how flexible the work is and how I never feel micromanaged.
Too much paperwork, sometimes communication between very high up and staff is not effective. Seems like some changes happen and we stumble unto it before being told about it.1
- 5.0Mar 7, 2023Patient Care TechnicianCurrent Employee
Very rewarding work if helping people is important to you Good pay and benefits, ok PTO
Heavy workload Stressful at time Little room for advancement
- 5.0Sep 1, 2022Warehouse Associate IIFormer Employee, more than 1 yearWheaton, IL
Manager is the best, approachable pay is a bit descent compared to other places
sometimes overtimes are mandatory, not to consider other people have stuff going on in their lives besides coming to work like school, and kids, and they force changes on start times regularly, if you don't show up, its registered as late. Gossip, and feeling of entitlement, the worst thing that it's allowed and the top leads also participate freely, and encourage it. some want to be worshiped.
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Fresenius has an overall rating of 3.3 out of 5, based on over 243 reviews left anonymously by employees. 48% of employees would recommend working at Fresenius to a friend and 28% have a positive outlook for the business. This rating has decreased by -16% over the last 12 months.
48% of Fresenius employees would recommend working there to a friend based on Glassdoor reviews. Employees also rated Fresenius 3.1 out of 5 for work life balance, 3.2 for culture and values and 3.2 for career opportunities.