Medi Sucks Customer Reviews and Feedback

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The Medi company. Medi, based in Bayreuth, Germany, is one of the world's leading manufacturers of medical aids.

A former employee said, "Stay far away from Medi, high turn over rate and horrible staff and management. I never in my life worked for a company that was thia horrible!! All I can say is stay far away and look for somewhere else they dont even work with unemployment so it was hard to even get my paperwork started for unemployment because of them!"


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Front Desk Coordinator (Former Employee) says

"I was at this location for about 9 months; I was underpaid and disrespected countless times by management. Management has created an unprofessional work environment, with those in charge consistently gossiping with coworkers about other employees instead of being forthcoming with grievances. The only saving grace were my coworkers, but ultimately I couldn't continue with this company. I was often told to promote products or gimmicks that don't work and are overpriced. The patients are often very unpleasant and can be quite rude to support staff and even providers. Expectations and needs were never intimated to employees and instead found out through other coworkers. I was being paid for one job but often working three different jobs at a time and there was no acknowledgement of that. I would not recommend this job, as it's a dysfunctional work environment perpetuated by unqualified and rude management."

Medical Assistant (Former Employee) says

"The most unorganized, unethical, and unprofessional work environment that I have ever witnessed. Please please please do not get sucked into this unhealthy environment. It is only a matter of time before this place gets shut down or sued for malpractice."

Counselor (Former Employee) says

"Would not recommend working for this company. More concerned with sales than their clients. Management doesn't know how to run the office and doesn't know anything about the program. Horrible experience and glad I'm gone. Cons: Management, all about sales, large turnover rate-no one stays."

Family Nurse Practitioner (Former Employee) says

"Unfortunately the concept is great and loved the idea of treating obesity and it’s associated illnesses through diet and life style, but unfortunately it’s just a business run by business people who only care about money. Absolutely no respect for the NP/ PA at all. No benefits/PTO and not even reimbursement for licenses/ DEA # or for education/CME. ( unless you are one of the owner’s favorites) Very unprofessional owners and one of the worst places I have worked!"

Operational Manager (Former Employee) says

"This company seemed very nice at first but the oweners spent very little time training me. They threw me in and whenever anything went wrong i was the scape goat. They were never accountable for anything. The medical direct was minimally involved in the practice and did not know anything about what went on. He was basically there for consulting with the NP’s. The clients were great even when they were having insurance problems. The problem was really working for the owners who wanted to have you work like a slave while they plan on opening a new clinic and they didn’t train you to properly operate the current clinic they have. Cons: Slave hours, negative pressures for sales, clinic staff"

Medical Assistant (Former Employee) says

"The job was wonderful until a new corporate manager came along. She treated us like idiots and expected way too much with limited staff. She came to the actual location a couple times and each time she picked apart everyone Cons: No benefits. Corporate"

Counselor (Former Employee) says

"The provider has poor management skills and not a leader. Provider expects you to do all the work as the provider is barely in office to manage workers and unaware of how to train workers effectively. They demand you to work hard with very little pay, there is no place for advancement, no respect for the staff. Only good thing is flexibility"

PROJECT / OFFICE MANAGER (Former Employee) says

"Lack of guidance, poor management. No opportunities of growing. No benefits, no good salaries. Lack of motivation, patients not obtaining desired results"

Medical Assistant (Former Employee) says

"Poor management Cons: Pay rate, Benefits, Manager, Shady Sales"

Counselor (Former Employee) says

"My experience was so-so. The job itself is not difficult once you get the hang of the menu to show clients. The paperwork was minimal, there was plenty of idle time, and you learn a lot about nutrition. In my personal experience, I did not enjoy my job towards the end: office workers can be hurtful and ethically, what this program charges is ridiculous. The diet plan alone will aid people in losing tons of weight, but patients still pay around $1000+ for the business. For what we offered, people should keep their funds. I was there to solely push business and not care for people... and that is just not who I am. Cons: Lying to people, pushing nonsense, cattiness"

Medical Assistant/Front Desk Receptionist (Former Employee) says

"Medi Weightloss Clinics is not a stable place to work. Patient care is not the first priority, sales is the first priority. Would not recommened this work place at all."

Nutrition Counselor (Former Employee) says

"They choose favorites. They want you to make money for the company even if it means lying about a product or charging ridiculous amounts for something they don’t need"

Manager/Medical Assistant/Counselor (Current Employee) says

"Depending on the franchise little to no benefits. NO real opportunity for transfer or advancement. Corporate training is very good however. Love the ultimate goal of the clinic."

Office Manager (Former Employee) says

"Would be a great pace if the owner would let the staff do what they do best. Micro managed, inconsistent changes, poor ownership. Cons: No insurance, unstable work environment, inconsistent owner"

Certified Nutritionist (Former Employee) says

"Good starter position, no room for growth. Management not present, reviews are done whenever they want to conduct them. Usually only have growth when something is needed. Great people to work around, but not a"

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