Diabetes Sucks Customer Reviews and Feedback
Diabetes mellitus (DM), commonly known as diabetes, is a group of metabolic disorders characterized by a high blood sugar level over a prolonged period of time. Symptoms often include frequent urination, increased thirst, and increased appetite.
Diabetes dramatically increases the risk of various cardiovascular problems, including coronary artery disease with chest pain (angina), heart attack, stroke and narrowing of arteries (atherosclerosis). If you have diabetes, you're more likely to have heart disease or stroke. Nerve damage (neuropathy).
Former Employee - Pump Therapy Sales says"I worked at Tandem Diabetes full-time for more than a year Cons: You will have to wait 3 years to actually make money (Over 60k base)"
Current Employee - Renewal Sales Representative says"I have been working at Tandem Diabetes full-time for more than a year Cons: Favoritism too the highest. If you even say one complaint they don't like it. We list a few great temporary employees, because our manager wanted to micromanage them. If you are in our department, the manager is a sheep in wolves clothing. You have to be her brown noser to stay. Her minion got promoted with complete attitude and only reason is because she acts like our manager. It is so sad to see great Temps gone that should have stayed."
says"I worked at Tandem Diabetes Cons: Leadership does not listen and coworkers are passive aggressive like supervisors when it comes to asking for help. Huge learning curve in a short amount of time. Not fair for patients to have terrible service."
Current Employee - Anonymous Employee says"I have been working at Tandem Diabetes full-time for less than a year Cons: -Temps are used to do "backfill" work with no intention of hiring them full time. -Leadership lie as to why temps leave. How does every one who is let go happen to "forge their time card"? -Toxic gossip -No room for growth -Management plays favorites. Employee output and work ethic mean nothing since management only gives additional responsibilities to their confidants. -Little to no training. Training includes shadowing people in other departments, but no training on how to do your own job. Resulting in loads of employees not knowing how to use the system properly. Plus the senior employees who do the training are not great at their jobs, causing the cycle to never end. - Obvious tension between departments: -passive aggressive emails -no one takes responsibility for their actions - leadership is too lazy/don't care to have correct issues"
Former Employee - Anonymous Employee says"I worked at Tandem Diabetes full-time for less than a year Cons: There is definitely favoritism with managers, and coworkers. If someone doesn't like you, you can count on being gone quick. I saw it with numerous people."
Former Employee - Engineer says"I worked at Tandem Diabetes full-time for more than 5 years Cons: Nepotism is King here. If you are an old childhood friend, church mate, wife, cousin, or a sibling of a tenured employee, you have nothing to worry about. If you are not, your opportunities are limited, don't expect to move up in the company. At best, Tandem is a good place to start your professional career, try not to overstay."
Former Employee - Anonymous says"I worked at Tandem Diabetes full-time for more than a year Cons: Don't believe the comments when it says there is work/Life balance, IT IS A LIE! Ever since I left Tandem and with my new employer, I have the time to come home on time, cook a meal and spend time with my family. I even know of several people that have left Tandem with severe health issue due to the stress they had while working here (their hair falling off, gaining extreme weight, stress syndromes confirmed by their doctors being work related) some of them development debilitating stress related syndrome for God sakes!, to a point were some of them have thought of suing the company. I hope this review helps other people avoid thinking in getting a job here, pay is good but your physical and mental health is everything!"
Former Employee - Anonymous Employee says"I worked at Tandem Diabetes full-time Cons: Management is horrible. They expect new employees to be flawless, especially within 2-3 weeks of training. Beware of the "Customer Technical Support management team" and their high expectations. Management will go based off subjective interpretation and they will not provide a 3 month probation period for improvement and competency."
says"I worked at Tandem Diabetes Cons: Too many chiefs and not enough Indians poor mangagement"
says"I have been working at Tandem Diabetes for more than a year Cons: Poor company planning, always struggling to complete projects, and poor communication make it hard to work there. Benefits are least than competitive and people like to point fingers at each other when something goes wrong no accountability whatsoever. Hint there is a lot people rotation and you are lucky is you last a year."
Authorization and Verification Specialist (Current Employee) says"The worst place ever to work the owner will curse you out like dog She has no respect for her workers or herself Cons: Disrespectful and hostile work environment"
Finance Intern (Current Employee) says"In 23 years in the healthcare industry, I have never experienced this level of bullying and blatantly abusing their employees with words and throwing things at them. Unfortunately I accepted a position here and did not do my homework, WOW.. The company has so much potential but is being poorly managed and all they can keep are low level workers with no skills, The door keeps revolving because the owner thinks it is productive to scold,embarrass, curse out, call names to you and all staff, belittle and literally tell you, we should be lucky to work for her, People like this can't see beyond their nose, If you treat people right, you get better results and people who are willing to work for you, when abuse them you end up like this work culture, Hostile and Hopeless.. Best of luck to anyone who reads this but DO NOT WASTE YOUR TIME!!!"
Accounts Receivable Specialist (Former Employee) says"Extremely unprofessional from the interview fwd. They offered me the position and wanted me to take the drug test that day, I told them I can but I was not ready to accept an offer because I had another position to interview for the next day. They seemed to take this personally and said they would have to continue interviewing. After I had the interview with the other place and I called them to see if they could send the benefit package to compare and they were reluctant saying they told me they would continue interviewing. I asked if that meant they retracted the offer and they came back to send me the info I requested and I at that pointed told them I accept the offer, but the whole ordeal was like dealing with a jealous boyfriend... more like girlfriend. Once working there they werent sure if they would have me working claims or doing insurance validation or contract negotiation so training was on a little bit of everything. Everyone there spoke in jargon and they had their own language so it was hard trying to relate what they had me doing to my 6 years of experience. They even used their own code sets as opposed to ICD 10 or HCPCS codes. On top of that their system was from the stone age. The owner seemed to be knowledgeable about how to run her business at a small business level but at the rate of growth they had she was horrible at managing and often over stepped her own managers, pulling people from one job the were assigned to work to another abruptly and on impulse without know what we as a team had going on. She also had a very foul mouth and was extremely unprofessional"
Authorization and Verification Team lead (Former Employee) says"The owner belittles all employees and treat them like they are less then humans. I would not recommend anyone to work fir this place if you want to live a stress free life."
Finance Coordinator (Former Employee) says"Owner/CEO has issues and is constantly chastising employees. Turnover is typically 110% annually. Horrid expectations and not regard for work/life balance."
Sales Associate (Former Employee) says"Stay as far away as possible. Worst job ever-- every day is hectic. Owner is a looney time-- imagine tazmanian devil meets Freddy Kruger If you like drama, you will fit in here nicely. Apply only if you are desperate"
Accounts Receivable Specialist (Former Employee) says"I worked there for many years and each year it became more stressful and unbearable to stay. The owner will yell at you and even throw things in fits of rage. She uses very bad and offence language. only work there if you want to leave each day wondering if you have a job when you return."
Existing Accounts (Former Employee) says"They don’t treat their employees like people ! I was let go for taking an approved vacation, after three days of not being there they left a voicemail saying I had no called no showed . I hated the place anyways so they did me a favor . Also if you don’t want to work 50 hours a week from the beginning of the month until the end of the month In order to meet their sale goals and POSSIBLY get incentives I wouldn’t recommend working there either ‼️"
Sales Representative/Customer Service (Current Employee) says"HR Director is extremely unprofessional. Owner treats employees disrispectfully. Employee turn over rate is high.Unrealistic goals/set up for failure."
Business Development Manager (Former Employee) says"The work environment wasn't unpleasant, but it wasn't pleasant. You never know what you need to do and the work is constantly changing, and they never tell you what your position is or what their expectations are. Everyone works like a bunch of loose cogs. The less contact or interaction you can have with 'management' the better. Cons: Working there"
Insurance Representative (Former Employee) says"The work environment is horrible. There is no formal training. There is no sense of professionalism. The owner of the company is negative. She speaks to people in a negative manner, and constantly berates her employees."
QA Analyst (Former Employee) says"Please don't accept this job!!! You will be sorry. Horrible management, poor training, the quality is ridiculous, the staff is incompetent, everyone's quitting and getting fired for dumb stuff all the time & the culture is terrible. I wish there were a lower rating to give this place. Cons: The Worst Job I ever had!!!"
Cash Posting Representative (Former Employee) says"No room for advancement Cons: upper mangement has no clue"
Documents Representative (Current Employee) says"This is a good company to work that is involved with the diabetic community. However the owner is not easy to work with. Other upper management are easy going and reasonable. End of the month is extremely hectic and long hours are expected. Cons: Learn as you go"
A/R Representative (Current Employee) says"It is very difficult to work there the management has unreasonable expectations for daily work. The coworkers are great and give each other great support. No chance of advancement or raises. Worked there for 5 years without a raise, they said the company did have the funds for raises. You are talked down to by upper management and never appreciated for anything that you do. The turn over rate for the company per year is in the 90 percentile. Does that tell you anything about the company. Cons: Hostile environment, no raises or promotions, management never appreciates any of your work."
Sales Representative (Former Employee) says"One of the worst places I have ever worked. The pay is 12 bucks a hour and the environment I'd hostile. Management has no regard for work like or just being professional. Management is run by family members who will openly criticize and demean employees. The owner is no better she literally went on a rant about people who smoke cigarettes and how the smell nauseated her and she could care less if they kill them selves. Management often times seem incompetent and treat employees as kids. They say your hours are one thing and at the last minute they will make you stay late and when I say that not just a couple minutes hours behind the time you are supposed to get off. Also the micromanagement is insane. Cons: Pay, management"
Cash Poster (Former Employee) says"In all my years in the healthcare industry, I have never experienced this level of bullying and blatantly abusing their employees with words and throwing things at them. Unfortunately I accepted a position here and did not do my homework, WOW.. The company has so much potential but is being poorly managed and all they can keep are low level workers with no skills, The door keeps revolving because the owner thinks it is productive to scold,embarrass, curse out, call names to you and all staff, belittle and literally tell you, we should be lucky to work for her, People like this can't see beyond their nose, If you treat people right, you get better results and people who are willing to work for you, when abuse them you end up like this work culture, Hostile and Hopeless.. Best of luck to anyone who reads this but DO NOT WASTE YOUR TIME!!!"
Marketing Representative (Former Employee) says"I learned that my sales training is second nature to me. I learned that I was able to create a list of potential business for this company with no guidance. I enjoyed working here but I did not enjoy the constant change of employees. I love sales and working so I choose to be positive whatever the environment.This company had never had a direct referral from a doctor before I came per my manager. This company did not have the money to pay me so we agreed it would be a trial position. I was not replacing anyone. This company did not have the money to pay me. Cons: This company has a 98% turnover rate."
Medical Records Specialist (Former Employee) says"Please don't work here. You won't be there long, The training is very poor and I was trained for only two days. These people do not care about there employees. They have a huge turn over"
Existing Accounts Assosciate (Current Employee) says"Good place to start, but not good for advancement due to pay scale."
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