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Major Sir William Cornwallis Harris (baptised 2 April 1807 – died 9 October 1848) was an English military engineer, artist and hunter.


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Current Employee - I Work At Harris says

"I have been working at Harris full-time for more than a year Cons: Executive and senior leadership espouses collaboration and being One Harris and then turns around, consolidates their own power and does not promote and practice a collaborative team mentality. The organization is trying to be an enterprise but is lacking severely in established processes. For the processes they have in place they let the different office sites and departments ignore them and operate as they see fit. The environment is very toxic, you have little support from senior management and the only way to accomplish anything is to fight against co-workers and other departments. Their Human Capital department will likely respond to this with platitudes but they are among the worst. I've witnessed little care for the employees, retaliation when they are questioned on practices and multiple examples of general ineptitude, the most glaring of which is the deployment of the new HR system that was done exceptionally poorly of an "enterprise" organization"

Former Employee - Accounting says

"I worked at Harris full-time for less than a year Cons: They act like they care, but they don't. There is no collaboration and no support. Accounting had to do what Purchasing dept refused to do ( clean up data for new system). Training was terrible. Employee will be nitpicked for any and all mistakes. There's no support and when asked for additional training, provided recommendations on what can the team do to assist, recommendation was knocked off the table and told "accounting is accuracy and attention to detail". They refused to acknowledge the harassment and toxic environment after many discussions. So many other things to list, but do NOT work for this company. TOXIC environment. No TEAM support. No proper training. You're expected to know the organization within 90 days! Part of the 90 days is: meeting the team and getting to know them. They fail to introduce you to the people you're working with. It is YOUR responsibility to initiate these meetings and grow your own relationships. Boss is timid and does not step up. Boss also allows herself to be harassed by her employees. Which is unacceptable!"

Safety Consultant says

"I have been working at Harris Cons: Management has unreal expectations. Lots of Micro management. Fire happy culture."


"I worked at Harris Cons: Too many office politics. Upper management allows various unethical practices to slip through the cracks. They place their employees in uncomfortable situations and retaliate when they are fearful these practices may be brought to light. There is very little training and management has a very strong “sink or swim” mentality. There is no teamwork and the corporate office has a lot to learn about running a legitimate corporation. I would stay far away from here if you can. The pay is not worth the stress of dealing with an office filled with so many unethical individuals."

Former Employee - Solutions Consultant says

"I worked at Harris full-time for more than 3 years Cons: Management is lacking. Changes are made with no future outlook. Nasty communication. Overall not a fun place to work"

Current Employee - Anonymous Employee says

"I have been working at Harris full-time for more than 5 years Cons: Convinced "One Harris" is a marketing ploy versus reality. Lack of communication and (interdivisional) collaboration on jobs has been a recurring problem. Have a long way to go before Harris being a "destination workplace" is more than an internal statement. Seen a recent change of Harris becoming more "Top Heavy" and losing it's sense of "family" culture. Have heard negative/toxic discussions about certain employees coming directly from managers, and we have recently let go of many loyal/long-term Harris employees. (both field and office employees) Outdated technologies in certain areas, and lack of planning/direction/strategy around the newer technologies and how they can further benefit Harris."


"I worked at Harris for more than a year Cons: There are many things that made going to work everyday a miserable experience. The work environment is stuffy and bland. My experience was quite in-line with what you would expect of a company that is stuck in the '80's, male dominated leadership, gossipy administrative team and zero room for fun it seems. Executive leadership is trying to change the culture, but is struggling to get buy-in from the rest of the company, likely because it doesn't seem like leadership is truly embracing the changes they're trying to make. Executive leadership is also extremely forward about their political beliefs, which made for an uncomfortable work environment. Management is not flexible when it comes to work/life balance. Communication that comes from leadership is not transparent and disorganized, which makes it hard to see the bigger picture."


"I worked at Harris Cons: Administration, operations, internal and HR communications. 1980s if not worse. Limited technology, no best practices. Stone age. If you are a female in any of these departments you are a slave at best."

Current Employee - Technician says

"I have been working at Harris full-time for less than a year Cons: Inconsistent workload, not competitively priced for local market."


"I worked at Harris Cons: Benefits are expensive and company should get better benefits"

Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) says

"The trainer was amazing how ever as soon as you get on the floor be prepared to deal with The team of horrible bosses. They take their higher position to a entirely new level. It’s actually sad how rude and unprofessional and personal they can be. Never will I ever go back to that place even if they paid me 30$ a hour. Cons: Mangers are rude"

Customer Account Rep (Former Employee) says

"Work-life balance"

Agent (Former Employee) says

"If you have legal experience PLEASE do not apply, they are posting ads looking for a Paralegal & or Legal Admin only to offer you the job & change your role to a agent calling patients to collect on accounts, that is misleading information. Please do yourself a favor and stay away from this company. Cons: Misleading, Unorganized & Unprofessional"

Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) says

"This company is the absolute worse company I have ever work for. There is so much drama. This company does not work with you if you need time off. Management is not honest with you at all. Even the director is a big liar. Cons: The company itself"

Collections Representative (Former Employee) says

"The company literally does not care about you, you’re just a number. Commission is 3% AFTER you meet your unrealistic “goal “. Training is a mess. Management is a JOKE and extremely rude. I could go on and on. Basically if you’re an a*s kisser and push over, apply ☺️"

Collections Representative (Former Employee) says

"Horrible management , Lots drama with the employees & Management, Company lies about everything, Lots of he say she say in the office, High turnover rate , Worst company I ever worked for , No structure"

Floor Coach (Former Employee) says

"Not the best place to work. Management isn’t professional at all, the snitching and butt kissing is real and the phoniness in that place. The increase and bonus is insulting and unrealistic, the amount of work floor support does they don’t get acknowledged enough. They try to make it seem like they are the best thing out here, the company and management need a whole do over. HR are sneaky they are not there to help the employees they are for the Vendor I’m glad I left when I did They need to be closed"

Customer Service Representative (Current Employee) says

"Destiny suck as a supv pay suck policies suck attendance is never excused unless your on a death bed if you have kids not the place to work can be a headache everyday"

Billing Specialist (Former Employee) says

"It’s high school all over again. The CEO is extremely nice. 2 Brothers....But the management sucks and SomeDirectors. I will not recommend you work here. Co workers will stab you in the back Cons: Everything"

Billing Specialist (Former Employee) says

"Managers and Supervisors in Healthcare needs to go back to school for higher education. Definitely high school all over again! Back stabbing....And LIARS! Cons: Insurance and management"

Customer Service Account Representative (Former Employee) says

"They are the worst company to work for. Especially the dte department. They show nothing but favoritism and all the supervisors are sisters. Just be careful watch your back here they be on a lot of b.s. Cons: Everything"

Contact Agent (Former Employee) says

"Even the best worker can get canned at will. If management doesn't like you that's your job. Terrible place for anyone looking for a professional long term environment"

Legal Adiminstrative (Former Employee) says

"Bad pay! Management petty! Some attorneys there need to go back to LAW SCHOOL!!!!!!.The owners CHEAP.DONOT RECOMMEND. Cons: na"

Health Care Collections Account Representative (Former Employee) says

"The pay SCALE compared to other collections companies theirs is far below average. The commission is designied to not be met. Management is unprofessional the company needs a due over. Cons: management an pay"

Collector (Former Employee) says

"A typical work starts at 8 am. It's very cold as soon as you walk in the door. So it's hard to work under those condition. I learned that the director and management doesnt not tell the truth or care about their employees. Most of the people work there are ok for the most part. The hardest part of the job is being lied to, working in the cold, and people taking your accounts. There is no enjoyable part of the job. Cons: The pay, management, and office space"

Account Representative/Collector (Former Employee) says

"They tell you about bonuses but do not let you work the accounts that bring in the good money and there’s favoritism with employees and management..."

Debt Collector (Former Employee) says

"This company is so ghetto and cut throat. You miss a day of work and your Co Workers steal your customers if they call in. Management is lousy and cliques matter not hard work. I would NOT recommend this to my worst enemy. 16 thumbs down"


"office manager does not want to promote women, he would rather see men be in authoritive positions. the parking downtown was horrible! i received over $500 in parking tickets trying to make it to work on time everyday."

Project Coordinator (Former Employee) says

"Most people secretly hate working here. They take the job because they have been looking for work for far too long. The pay is below average for all positions and the bonus structure is always changing for collection representatives. There are a lot of business politics at this organization. There is high turnover in all levels of the company. When people leave this organization, others that have left already congratulate them. Cons: high turnover, low pay, under qualified managment"

Account Representative (Former Employee) says

"ghetto poor management uses bad language noisey all relative works there very favoritism talk to you any kind of way front you embarrassing not a good place to work"

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