"My problems with this company is their references process and the managers not being ethical. If you are trying to get a reference from them, you got to go thru a long process fist HR and then the manager. In my case the manager at A/R Collections Department to never answer her emails or return phone calls for weeks and because she did not provide the reference, I needed for a new job position, they ended up moving on to other people. Very Disappointed!"
"I was fired at the end of FMLA. Technically, I've never been given the okay from a physician to go back to work and it's been more than two months. I should have at least had the opportunity to state that I was disabled from the illness for which I was on leave from. That way, not only would I have not come back, but I would be using the benefits I PAID for. I stuck in with the job even when I was struggling. They planned to fire me when I was in a coma and my mother family was praying for a miracle/a liver. I have no memory of my last month of work. I have trouble spelling, which most of management always had anyway. I was a professional writer once. I've lost cognitive ability. I can't even get disability now. I was thrown away like trash. I now believe if I'd died, they would have denied my daughter my life insurance. It's so disgusting the company they have become."
"I worked for TeamHealth twice. I absolutely adored everyone I worked with. I struggled with my health these last couple years and some of my issues weren’t discovered. When my QA got bad after I returned from FMLA a year ago, I was put in a more difficult team and not trained the same as another team member. I worked through illness. I called in twice in 7 years. I nearly died and was called the day my FMLA ended this year and fired for job performance. It turns out I’ve been struggling with low blood sugar and the month before I went into organ failure m, my brain was hampered, which is what my termination was based on. Nobody even bothered to send a card when they send cards when someone’s dog dies. Really? Organ failure means nothing."
"Fantastic company to work for along with the great co-workers!"
"Fast paced environment overall good company but no ability to move up in this company"
"I worked for SeniorCare of Colorado/ IPC/ TeamHealth for 13 years. I worked with an incredible staff of dedicated professionals that were committed to excellence and compassion in elderly patient care. The original privately owned company was acquisitioned by a large national company that unfortunately only had experience in post acute settings and therefore our clinical base was eliminated."
"Good place to work if you are in the industry"
"I have worked for Team Health since 2008. I've found it to be a great company with growth, advancement, flexible scheduling and an emphasis on commitments to quality, efficiency and exceptional patient care. Team Health vision is to develop the best teams of healthcare professionals driven to advance patient care through leadership, innovation and teamwork."
"I have worked for TeamHealth for almost 30 years. I enjoy working here. We have so many benefits to working here. Our company has given us a gym to work out in. We have flex time. I enjoy the casual dress code."
"I've been with TeamHealth for over 6 months and I love it! It is a great place to work and everyone is very supportive and helpful. Supervisors and managers are always willing to teach new things and there is a ton of opportunities to move up. Great place to work!"
"I have been an employee of TeamHealth for 30 years and have found that as the company grows, our processes and responsibilities grow and change along with the times. This type of learning environment allows employees to grow and succeed."
"I've worked at TeamHealth since the beginning of 2015 and during my time here I have had 3 promotions. The experience that I've gained with this organization has allowed me to continue my growth both personally and professionally. The company provides a number of different resources to help you in all facets of life."
"I've worked for TeamHealth for almost 30 years. We have flex time, a dress code that is causal. Management gives you all the tools you need to get our job done. If there is something you think will improve your job we have rounding meeting with management that you can bring up your requests. TeamHealth is always improving on technology to help get our jobs done quickly and correctly."
"Terrible company. No training. They set you up for failure. Lie. Don't care about paying you well, including bonuses. Micro-manage. Only hire and promote based on gender, race, and/or family ties. NO COMMUNICATION WHATSOEVER. Don't care to make anything better. When I complained about my manager being awful, showing favoritism, no communication, and just lacking overall leadership ability, it was suggested that I transfer to a different department so that I didn't work under her anymore; rather than try to better the situation and the manager. They took people's jobs from them in the Registration department just to turn around a month later and hire temps to do their job-hiring temps because it saves them money. This company could care less about their employees. If you're the type to suck up and brown-nose, then by all means, this is the place for you. But if you have even the slightest bit of personality and morals, I wouldn't advise it at all. For a place with the word "team" in the name, it's ironic that they couldn't be less about a "team" atmosphere. When I put in my 2 weeks, HR pulled me back in 10 minutes later and asked if it'd be okay that today, that Monday, be my last day and that they would still pay me for the full 2 weeks, I could not have said yes fast enough. That free 2 week paid vacation was the best thing they ever did for me!"
"Horribly underpaid and brow beaten employees pretty much sums this place up. There are very good benefits and plenty of growth in the company to be sure but we never reap the benefits of our hard work and patience with our management. They expect a lot out of us and we can not even survive on what we are paid. You can be a great employee and if anything goes wrong-even if you have nothing to do with it, you are fighting for your job. GIVE YOUR EMPLOYEES A DECENT RAISE AND TREAT THEM BETTER!!"
TeamHealth has an overall rating of 3.7 Average Rating out of 5, based on over 17 TeamHealth Review Ratings left anonymously by TeamHealth employees, which is 5% lower than the average rating for all companies on CareerBliss. 76% of employees would recommend working at TeamHealth.
TeamHealth employees earn $38,000 annually on average, or $18 per hour, which is 42% lower than the national salary average of $66,000 per year. 17 TeamHealth employees have shared their salaries on CareerBliss. Find TeamHealth Salaries by Job Title.
76% of employees would recommend working at TeamHealth with the overall rating of 3.7 out of 5. Employees also rated TeamHealth 3.6 out of 5 for Company Culture, 3.3 for Rewards You Receive, 3.4 for Growth Opportunities and 3.6 for support you get.
According to our data, the highest paying job at TeamHealth is a Executive VP of Operations at $350,000 annually. Browse TeamHealth Salaries by Job Profile.
According to our data, the lowest paying job at TeamHealth is a CSR at $14,000 annually. Browse TeamHealth Salaries by Job Profile.
According to reviews on CareerBliss, employees commonly rated the pros of working at TeamHealth to be Company Culture, Growth Opportunities, People You Work With and Person You Work For, and no cons.
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