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- "Horrible upper management." (in 16 reviews)
- "Low salary" (in 7 reviews)
- "I'm sure the CEO and COO wouldn't be able to, but they have to protect their precious neck and steal from the people that makes it possible for SHC to even operate." (in 6 reviews)
- "they have flexible hours and are helpful" (in 5 reviews)
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- 2.0Mar 15, 2022Onboarding SpecialistFormer Employee, more than 1 year
I loved half the people I worked with and maintained friendships after employment The hours were good and overtime was available when needed
Parking sucks if you can't get a spot in the front lot Some of the people at this place are TOXIC - I've never left a job due to the people I worked with. It was all drama. There were clear chauvinistic male personalities that tried to motivate primarily female sub-office groups with football quotes, sometimes it felt like you needed to be part of a boys club to fit in with the previous division manager. The pay was awful and NOT distributed fairly. Someone working there for a year longer than another could be making 2 dollars less than the new employee with experience driving the pay differential Upper management was not great Don't take your earned days off or else you will be nagged and made to feel like you're doing something illegal They lay people off left and right- there was zero stability3Supplemental Health Care Response2y
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- 3.0Oct 18, 2019Software EngineerFormer Employee, more than 1 yearPark City, UT
Super flexible hours, my direct manager was fantastic. Opportunity to learn new technologies, opportunity to own your own projects. Awesome coworkers.
All of the engineers aren’t paid enough for the amount of work they put in. The company culture is a bit outdated. Most of the upper management didn’t care enough about the large amounts of technical debt.Supplemental Health Care Response5y
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- 2.0Jun 27, 2017Staffing ManagerFormer Employee, more than 3 yearsAtlanta, GA
*Company offers a good bonus structure.
*HR violations abound. Discrimination, inappropriate language and topics discussed loudly in the office. *Management doesn't treat employees very well *Upper management turns a blind eye to discrimination and inappropriate behavior if the perpetrator brings in revenue. *Base salary if low for the industry. *I was repeatedly asked to forge documents2Supplemental Health Care Response7y
Thank you for taking the time to provide us with feedback about your experience with Supplemental Health Care. Your concerns are substantial, and we take them very seriously. What you mentioned are not the values by which Supplemental Health Care operates and we would like to address your concerns. Please reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to provide us with further details. We appreciate your comments and thank you for sharing them.
- 1.0Sep 19, 2017Anonymous EmployeeCurrent Employee, more than 5 years
None in the grand scheme of things, other than being a pawn.
Unscrupulous upper management. Total lack of patient care. It's all about lying to employees to make $$$.2Supplemental Health Care Response7y
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- 2.0Nov 14, 2023Recruiting ManagerCurrent Employee
Pay can be great Coworkers are wonderful
Disconnect from upper management Being at the mercy of the healthcare market Every dollar I make is less money for every medical professional I staff1Supplemental Health Care Response3w
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- 3.0Oct 6, 2023Recruiting ManagerCurrent Employee, more than 3 yearsPark City, UT
Being able to work remotely. Flexible work schedule.
High amount of required productivity. Upper management tends to ignore employee concerns. Low pay for a high-stress job.1Supplemental Health Care Response2mo
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- 2.0Nov 28, 2016Staffing Manager/RecruiterFormer Employee, less than 1 year
Decent base salary, good office environment, everyone seems nice. Benefits are ok but nothing extraordinary. Training is all online modules but extensive and thorough.
Very numbers-based company, hit your goal or you're out before the typical probationary period. It takes time to build and maintain a solid pipeline but upper management wants revenue and starts or else you are cut. Very bad micromanagement when business is bad with no help offered.5
- 2.0Apr 8, 2014Anonymous EmployeeFormer Employee
Internal office staff was always a great group of folks. They valued family/personal time, which was refreshing. Corporate HR, including payroll was always exceptionally helpful and should be valued.
Things were constantly changing. People came and went, and it was not always due to a poor hire. Some upper management was down right patronizing and highly unprofessional. It seemed that these were the 'leaders' that continued to get promoted. Just because you can drive revenue doesn't give you a free pass to disparage others- especially publicly.6
- 1.0May 30, 2017Anonymous EmployeeFormer EmployeeCleveland, OH
It sounds like it'd be a good company from the outside
Upper management can be incredibly immature. It's almost like a sorority, if the right people like you you're in! Otherwise, you're treated like a child and the pay isn't worth it.4Supplemental Health Care Response7y
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- 1.0Sep 27, 2016Anonymous EmployeeFormer Employee
Putting good people to work.
They have 'CORE Values' they claim are important - totally out the window when it comes to morals and ethics. Everyone in upper management would rather make a dollar than take care of great employees. You could potentially be lied to straight to your face if they want you to keep making them money.1