Advil Sucks Customer Reviews and Feedback

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Ibuprofen is a medication in the nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID) class that is used for treating pain, fever, and inflammation. This includes painful menstrual periods, migraines, and rheumatoid arthritis. It may also be used to close a patent ductus arteriosus in a premature baby. It can be used by mouth or intravenously. It typically begins working within an hour.

Megan shared her experience, "Advil doesn’t work the best for me after bariatric surgery. Medicines are hit or miss and I find Advil to mostly be a miss."


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Former Employee - Anonymous Employee says

"I worked at Beacon Health Options full-time Cons: The worst place I have ever worked in my life period, hands down. If you are thinking about working at Beacon, don't. If you are reading this and you have seen ads to work at Beacon and you are desperate and you're thinking to yourself: "It can't be that bad and I really need a check". Still don't. Don't do it, period. These people are unethical, they DO NOT care about their employees and they ONLY care about senior staff. This was the most toxic work environment psychologically I have ever worked at. They really should lose all contracts and be shut down. The health insurance is laughable. They just need bodies to fill seats so they can APPEAR like they are actually fulfilling their contracts. The turnover is astronomical and an embarrassment. Even after you have read this review and you still have hope in your heart to accept a position at Beacon, DON'T. Do not work here. You WILL regret it. Not maybe, YOU WILL."

Current Employee - Anonymous Employee says

"I have been working at Beacon Health Options full-time Cons: Management does not listen to employees"

Former Employee - Clinical Support Supervisor says

"I worked at Beacon Health Options full-time for more than 3 years Cons: Beacon pinches pennies wherever they can, especially when it comes to paying hourly employees. Those employees are expected to work flawlessly with little to no training. Very few people in leadership try to get to know their team and the team’s needs, causing tension and conflict within the departments. Executives only care about numbers, and that mindset is forced down to middle management. Leaders are expected to lead with a cold heart, causing the decent and kind managers to seek new employment."

Former Employee - Prior Authorization says

"I worked at Beacon Health Options full-time for more than 3 years Cons: Management, Cut throat colleagues, all they care about is the #’s - not you It sounds so glamorous to be able to work from home, but when your co-workers can’t see you, it makes it easier for them to throw you under the bus more easily and to also repeatedly say, “that’s not my job.” Constant turn over. People get promoted based on whose butt they kiss, not on merit or how hard they work. You are told you have to deny a certain amount of cases, which is disgusting because people are seeking treatment for a reason. And the constant demand to be on the phone taking calls, calls, calls is very stressful. I couldn’t wait to leave that I actually left before even finding another job. They made me so stressed out, I was physically sick several times. AWFUL COMPANY! Stay away!"

Current Employee - Provider Quality/Network Manager says

"I have been working at Beacon Health Options full-time for more than 5 years Cons: Horrible health insurance if you have any kind of health problem; top-down just-get-it-done-management style. Changing of job descriptions without ANY input from those doing the work; no one able to answer questions clearly and knowledgeably"

Current Employee - Customer Care Coordinator says

"I have been working at Beacon Health Options full-time for less than a year Cons: The company is very deceitful in regards to the actual job description. The selling point for care coordination positions are work from home, remote, balance working / life environment. This could not be further from the truth. You will find yourself being micromanaged, extreme caseloads, unrealistic expectations, no appreciation for good work ethic, members are not completely educated, or informed on options and services. You will be required to be available from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday through Sunday. They will tell you that you work a flex schedule. But you end up working 50 to 60 hours just to meet their demands for productivity. I would advise anyone seeking employment to look elsewhere."

Current Employee - Manager says

"I have been working at Beacon Health Options full-time for more than 8 years Cons: Useless Senior Management. There has never been a more out of touch group of people put in charge of running a company. Need a position backfilled? Forget about it, they need to hire a bunch of SVP's who never learn how anything actually works, then inevitably leave in six months. This place WASTES money like it's their job, then cry poor when it comes to paying the employees on the frontline who actually interact with members and providers. Sorry, they gotta hire another SVP. But don't worry that SVP will NEVER be on any of the (endless) meetings and calls they are asked to attend. Nor will they reply to your email, ever. It's a textbook example on how to run a business poorly."

Former Employee - SQL Developer says

"I worked at Beacon Health Options full-time Cons: Turnover seems high. IT and data reporting seems very understaffed, working many hours trying to keep up. The wheels are coming off while speeding down the highway at 100mph, you're told to just keep accelerating. Seemingly heavy use of cheap H1B staffing firms, failed projects, lots of finger pointing and throwing under the bus. Hired for entry-level position but asked to do senior level work very different from job description. Toxic work environment people at all levels openly disgruntled."

Current Employee - Care Manager says

"I have been working at Beacon Health Options full-time for more than 5 years Cons: Horrible management. Micromanagement, horrible communicators, pay increases are between 1-3%. Terrible morale"

Current Employee - Customer Service Representative says

"I have been working at Beacon Health Options full-time for more than a year Cons: Poor Management , Policies and procedures don't work"

Contractor (Former Employee) says

"ADIL will use your labor and passion and then drop you for any reason with zero explanation. If you try to get an explanation, you'll be routed to some lady who is extremely rude and doesn't even know why anyone got fired anyway."

Data Entry (Former Employee) says

"they only took over an existing contract, the office was ok, me personally i didnt have much of an issue Cons: no comment"

Certified Nursing Assistant (Former Employee) says

"So job overall wasn't bad but the scheduler just sucks at her job, she is very unprofessional on the phone and When i came in to drop off paperwork she was dressed like a teenage girl with shorts that were way to short and a top not meant for the office place and the system they used Shifthound she did not know how to properly utilize it I have worked at other facilities that it was a strong tool but with her it seems she was clueless. Cons: Scheduler, Low pay"

Recovery & State Citizens Corp Coordinator (Former Employee) says

"Didn't work directly with Adil except to submit their bi-weekly time sheets or discuss insurance questions and concerns. Good too secure a government state position. Cons: Insurance rates"

Employment Services Associate, Temporary (Former Employee) says

"The temp agency could not assist in help with identifying another job for me. Therefore, I don't believe they advocated on my behalf as much as they could have."

REGISTERED NURSE, Registered Nurses (Former Employee) says

"I was please with this company due to flexibility in schedule; understanding & consideration of my absence of leave due to personal disability; the opportunity for growth"

HRA Temp/Clerk (Former Employee) says

"A typical day at work was Data Entry.delivered mail through out various parts of HRA. I filed confidential documents on a day to day basis. I learned how to enter data in the computer, I also learned how to organize and set up a whole filing system for confidential documents. I thought that the management was great they were very professional. I loved all of my co workers they all were professional and were fun to be around they threw parties all the time for the co workers and we basically cared for one another. I think the hardest part of the job was trying to find confidential documents that were placed in the wrong drawers or given to the wrong worker thats working on cases. The most enjoyable part of the job was that we were constantly having a party for the workers at the job so there was always free food and cake. Cons: no benefits"

Branch Manager/Recruiter (Former Employee) says

"once new owners took over Adill declined I did everything from traveling to payroll , hiring and firing scheduling marketing, meetings, and state contracts Cons: none"

noobmaster69 says

"i have a really bad headache. i would like some advil to fix it but that may not help because I looked it up and turns out I have brain cancer."

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