- OnhealthcareNov23.Dec 2015
There are social clicks in the company that make it hard to get work done.
Support from management
Logical and cheap ideas are given to leadership to aid in better management for my branch manager's decisions but those weren't even reviewed.
Certain contractors are continuously doing wrong or un-ethical behavior and its brought to management's attention; Nothing is done because they are short staffed and rather keep the contractor on.
Freedom to work independently
Employees cannot help other employees if they go over there part time(24-30 hours) or full time(32-40 hours). Even if its detrimental to the company's productivity.
Communication with corporate for employees to be up-to-date on the changes that affect them are very late.
None. You need to have a degree or work experience in a field to change positions. Openings are based on favoritism.
Overall compensation for your work
No the wage and responsibilities don't match. I made more money in the job previous to OnHealthCare but I needed a company closer to home. I should have just stayed at the previous job. It was a better company and better compensation. I had to take a $14,000 cut in compensation and benefits with this company in comparison to my company before OnHealthcare.
Office / Work Environment
Not all the locations have the needed supplies and equipment. Some locations have state of the art equipment needed for daily work and other(like my office) have to make due with an inferior budget or items that are on the inventory even if another product is very much needed.
The office is so short staffed that scheduled days off are impossible. My hours were not set. They were always changing which made it hard my family and I. I had no home life when I worked there. I was a hourly wage employee but my branch manager called me on days off for work when I wasn't even on the clock; then made a fuss if I added the time to my week schedule for my paycheck.
No, most people are unhappy with the company but jobs are scarce in the area. Relocating wasn't an option for me.
Job security is non existent for wage employees. They will lay off valuable and hard working employees with no replacement available.
It depends on your position at the company.
I've reported a few breaches to my branch manager but I doubt they were rectified when I left.
When my customers were happy it was an accomplishment but recognition of my hard work was never rewarded at work. Especially if I went beyond the scope of my position.
Inclusive / Diverse
Suggestions for improvement
- -Update the equipment to properly functioning equipment with real IT & Medical equipment technicians present for monthly inspections of all equipment. -Hire persons for positions based on morality, credibility/education, work knowledge and experience. Don't hire people based on who they are friends with. -Pay employees based on their credentials, job responsibilities and performance. -Have vision on the health coverage. A lot of people wear glasses there and are forced to buy separate vision or have no vision coverage at all. -Have regular OSHA inspections.
The following benefits were offered to me
- CityKing of Prussia
- Are you a Current or Former Employee?Former job since 2014