- Summit Physician Services13.Dec 2015
The culture is a "good ol' girls club."
Support from management
Managers/supervisors are promoted based on seniority after they have paid their dues. Even if you don't know how to supervise people or lead a time, you can be promoted if you work there long enough and make friends with the right people.
Freedom to work independently
They watch your every move, you are not allowed a single minute of overtime and frowned upon when you take leave.
Low-level employees are the last to know about important changes in policies, staff changes, and other important news.
You have to know the right people to get promoted.
Overall compensation for your work
They will pay the least amount possible, and if you try to negotiate for just a little bit more, they answer is NO, unless you are a provider.
They don't actively recycle or care about being green.
Inclusive / Diverse
Definitely NOT diverse. People who run the company are all white, they all think the same, they are not open to ideas from outsiders or people who aren't like them.
Suggestions for improvement
- Train your managers and supervisors, don't just promote someone based on seniority or because they are friends with the right people. Pay desirable wages, don't be stingy, show meaningful appreciation to people who give you their best.
What I like about the company
Some of the non-management, non-administration people that I worked with are good people.
What I dislike about the company
Management is arrogant, they don't pay lower-level employees well, they discriminate against those who aren't like them.
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