Decent pay, bonus opportunities, flexible
Poor management, no advancement opportunities, unrealistic expectations
Advice to Management
Go back to managing the way you did when you were a small company.
I worked at Interim Physicians full-time (More than 3 years)
I really liked working at Interim in the beginning and was very happy. But is the last year it has just gone down hill!
You have an office in Dallas that is given everything-promotions that are not earned, business that is not earned and employees that think they can do whatever they want. And if they don't get their way they go and tattle to the CEO. Also you have people who have personal relationships who are allowed to work together and mutually benefit financially from working together. In any other legitimate company these employees would NEVER be allowed to work together due to conflict of interest. It is not only unprofessional but how is anyone else supposed to feel like they have a fair chance working there. There were some really great people who were great assets that worked at Interim, but they have either been fired or have moved on to other opportunities. And those veteran employees that remain are under appreciated and under valued. Also it is no secret who the favorites are in the company-it is the elephant in the room that no one will talk about out of fear. Does not make it right though. It was not always this way, but sadly this company is not what it used to be.
Advice to Management
Stop the favoritism! It used to be that loyalty and hard work meant something. But at Interim it is not appreciated or valued. Get the priorities back to where they should be and you can get back on track. I am afraid until that happens things will continue to keep going down hill. It is the old saying "you reap what you sow." And what is going on is proof for this company.
I worked at Interim Physicians full-time (Less than a year)
Excellent office environment. Good work-life balance. Pretty standard 8-5 hours.
Unless you've been with the company for a few years and have firmly established accounts or have a large managed account where the jobs are rolling in you daily - you will not succeed at this company. I've never seen such high turnover as I have with Interim and the CEO Tim Hand is the reason. Making good money for a new employee is nearly impossible - regardless of your experience. Don't believe me? Ask ANY former employee what they think.
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