On average, employees at Maxim Healthcare Services give their company a 3.3 rating out of 5.0 - which is 17% lower than the average rating for all companies on CareerBliss. The happiest Maxim Healthcare Services employees are Charge Nurses submitting an average rating of 4.6 and Account Managers with a rating of 4.3.
"Maxim is one of the most poorly managed companies I have ever encountered — I wish I had stayed with my former employer. Two employees were brought in to fill benefits positions, due to staff leaving. Management was mainly working from home and left two employees to train us, who were overburdened in their roles and uncomfortable with training. I was resented for asking too many questions, but the SOP documents were outdated, and management was largely absent. Because I pointed out things (from my own experience) that a team member was doing incorrectly and that I was witnessing knowledge gaps regarding benefits that should not exist, I was despised by a team member who reported me to management and played the victim to try to get rid of me. She didn't speak to me for two months. Her coworker lied to my face, telling me she was transferring to another area of the department because "she had waited it out for six months." It was obvious she was having more and more work dumped on her. However, she went to management and told them that I was the problem, and she was buddy-buddy with the other employee giving me the silent treatment. There is an issue effecting travelers and caregivers with local offices not following procedure, that effects their paychecks. We would get calls all day on this issue, and were just told to refer it back to the local offices, who often didn't know how to resolve the issue, or were avoidant, so I had to repeatedly escalate cases to my manager to resolve. The company knew this had been going on for years, but refused to hold local office staff accountable and to create a structured process for resolution of these issues. When I brought up the concern, I got a lot of "this is the way it has always been" and it was very clear it was appeasement and nothing would be done. The company has a culture of "keep your head down, do your job, and shut up." It's not surprising they were fined $150 million in 2011."
"I've worked for Maxim Healthcare for more than 2 years. During my first year and a half, I went through all the good and the bad. I had my wins, I saw team growth and I made new friends. I also saw extremely poor care of workers by our National Director, I saw poor leaderships qualities in supervisors and I saw poor character in the office environment. Maxim is not over the top when it comes to micro-management, which is a huge plus."
"I've worked with Maxim Healthcare for 5 years now. During my time I've been able to move up from my entry level position to a regional managerial level position. My move to the regional team has been great & I am very satisfied by my work load, my managerial interaction, & my relationship with our leadership team. My only negative would be the uncompetitive compensation available as well as many splits that have been announced during my time. It looks like they will finally separate our home healthcare division from our staffing division this winter."
"Culture between employees is great but the structure is lacking and there is no room for development at the company."
"Great culture that thrives to serve patients and clients, while providing growth opportunities."
"The manager never helps if you asked any questions and will constantly yell at you if you ask, yet he requires you to ask him or report to him anything or you will get fired. He's also a racist, he treats people differently depending on their race. He will retaliate against you if you do not make him happy. He retaliated on nurses by letting them go earlier while they gave out two weeks' notice, leaving them out of jobs before they started another job so they couldn't pay their bills on time. He teaches you to hate the nurses at the same time your commissions depend on them. He teaches you to not believe the nurses and accused them are liars but there's no proof. The working hours are overly long - 10-12 hours a day and there was a constant anxiety over who was watching or monitoring your activities, even for seasoned and successful recruiters bringing in a huge chunk of the office's revenue. They don't care about you but only the $. You will lose your life, your dignity, most importantly your good physical and mental health if you worked there."
"I have been working for Maxim as a recruiter for appr. 3 years and have mostly enjoyed my experience, but am disappointed in how the company treats their clinical team, both internal and external. I feel as though the work-life balance is very difficult with Maxim and that the company itself does not treat its employees with as much care as a company as big as Maxim should. Work piles up for the internal clinical team, and recruiters and clinical team are on call for many days at a time and on weekends, forcing them to physically take work home with them."
"Maxim Healthcare services has provided me with the tools and knowledge to be a successful recruiter and perform consistently exceeding my goals. I have been able to use Maxim's resources to grow my skill set in sales, customer service, talent acquisition, onboarding, and much more. I truly believe the recruiter role at Maxim is a great first step for any new graduate from college and recommend the company."
"I’ve worked with Maxim Healthcare for 4 1/2 years. So far, it has been a great experience, that offers many opportunities. I would recommend this company to anyone who was seeking healthcare."
"i worked as a traveller for maxim healthcare for about a year. they were great to me"
"It was a great experience and I am glad I was able to use it to expand my abilities to excel in the areas of business that I want to be greater at in the future."
"I've worked for Maximum for 6 months. I find that the service they offer is meaningful. I wouldn't say they are the most effective in the field of ABA. as a company they don't treat their employees fair as they are corporations out of the Southern East Coast. Overall I would give them 2.5 stars as a company to work for."
"Worked with Maxim for 6 years. It provides great opportunity to create a personal business and carve a path in an important field of healthcare."
"Love the environment and team I work with"
"Great company to work for, management is great, offers a lot of variety for their employees."
Maxim Healthcare Services has an overall rating of 3.3 Average Rating out of 5, based on over 61 Maxim Healthcare Services Review Ratings left anonymously by Maxim Healthcare Services employees, which is 15% lower than the average rating for all companies on CareerBliss. 75% of employees would recommend working at Maxim Healthcare Services.
Maxim Healthcare Services employees earn $40,000 annually on average, or $19 per hour, which is 39% lower than the national salary average of $66,000 per year. 42 Maxim Healthcare Services employees have shared their salaries on CareerBliss. Find Maxim Healthcare Services Salaries by Job Title.
75% of employees would recommend working at Maxim Healthcare Services with the overall rating of 3.3 out of 5. Employees also rated Maxim Healthcare Services 3.3 out of 5 for Company Culture, 2.9 for Rewards You Receive, 2.6 for Growth Opportunities and 3.1 for support you get.
According to our data, the highest paying job at Maxim Healthcare Services is a CIO at $190,000 annually. Browse Maxim Healthcare Services Salaries by Job Profile.
According to our data, the lowest paying job at Maxim Healthcare Services is a HR Manager at $16,000 annually. Browse Maxim Healthcare Services Salaries by Job Profile.
According to reviews on CareerBliss, employees commonly rated the pros of working at Maxim Healthcare Services to be Company Culture, People You Work With, Person You Work For and Support You Get, and cons to be Growth Opportunities and Rewards You Receive.
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