Women's health Sucks Customer Reviews and Feedback
Women's Health, published by Hearst, is a lifestyle magazine centered on health, sex, nutrition and fitness. It is published 10 times a year in the United States and has a circulation of 1.5 million readers.
Lucy mentioned, "Women's Health is full of ads, fads and unrealistic advice. Doesn’t add value to my life so I don’t buy it."
Office Support Specialist (Former Employee) says"While at the end of my tenure my feelings and thoughts on the company has changed prior to certain business decisions that changed the culture and environment of the company to the point where employees didn’t matter"
Medical Assistant (Former Employee) says"Management not honest. Promise the moon to get you to work there, no delivery. Cons: management"
Office Manager/Medical Assistant (Current Employee) says"I have worked there along time, I am not happy with the management or the cuts that have been made. I have never received health benefits or anything my 401 k was taken away i am being cut to 28 hour a week and not being paid for holidays. Cons: No benefits, part time"
Reproductive Health Educator (Former Employee) says"A typical day at work, no comment. what i learned, no comment, management, no comment., workplace culture, no comment, the hardest part of the job no comment."
Medical Biller (Current Employee) says"Women's Health Service has a high turn over rate. I have been here 10 months and we have been through 10 different employees.. Cons: Turn over rate"
posting EOBS (Former Employee) says"As you walk in the door your already tensed, because you do not know what to expect that day from manager. Manager refused to teach anything to any one has a very bad attitude with employees, hardest part about the job well thats if i ever got anything to do, and no there was nothing enjoyable about this job."
staff accountant (Current Employee) says"regular workday, busy.Not much room to advance. When jobs open up, they hire from the outside. That's why I'm looking to move on to advance myself. There's no incentive Cons: stressful deadlines"
FRONT END SECRETARY FOR OB/GYN (Former Employee) says"My experience at Womens Health helped me pursue a more challenging career in the medical field. It was a great stepping stone that helped me with medical terminology, patient care, and just the overall process of being in the medical field. Cons: Only was able to focus on the OB/GYN part of the medical industry"
Team Leader/Registered Nurse (Current Employee) says"Effective communication, open and candid has always buffered a good team work on a typical day at work. Resistance from coworkers who are not welcoming change has no doubt slowed the work flow, but in the end good communication skill with a great directive leadership role has always been helpful in bringing positive outcomes. Cons: Staffing issues"
nurse (Former Employee) says"I learned how to provide excellent customer service, that was the most enjoyable part of the job. The day goes by fast. A very busy office. Cons: short breaks"
Medical Assistant (Former Employee) says"All my co workers we're friendly we all worked in a team fast pace work place I enjoyed everything about the job the hours we're great Cons: no benefits and the pay wasn't that great"
Medical Assistant Student (Former Employee) says"I loved working/ doing clinicals for them it was always intresting and keeps you on your toes"
Clinical Nurse Educator (Current Employee) says"Stable job, looking for more flexibility with hours/working from home. Learned a lot about the care area working here, good people to work with. For the most part, feel supported."
Business Development (Former Employee) says"Multitasking para desarrollo unidad la cual debía impulsar. Cons: Escasa visión para el desarrollo."
Ultrasound Technologist - P/T (Current Employee) says"P/T for 8.5 years. Manager- not always helping to work, owner- not supportive. Cons: my salary not up to number of the patients i do."
Office Manager (Current Employee) says"I learned a lot at this job. I am very grateful for all the experience I gained here. All the staff are amazing. A typical day at work is good and goes smooth."
Billing Assistant (Former Employee) says"I learned about insurance billing and how the system works for filing claims, paying on claims. Loved learning something new. Was very difficult place to be accepted as I was isolated from all other workers. Did not plan for billing associate when new building was constructed so was placed in the basement. Management was more interested in your telling what other workers were doing then leading. Cons: Clique culture was encouraged. Not a part of that group"
Former Employee - Registered Nurse, BSN says"I worked at Axia Women's Health part-time for more than 3 years Cons: Growing to fast and management is poor."
Current Employee - PSR says"I have been working at Axia Women's Health full-time for more than a year Cons: Office full of a women so the drama is never-ending. Would easily say this is the most unprofessional work environment I personally have worked in (lots of crying, yelling, gossiping). Super disorganized and catty with many office cliques. You'll be overworked, understaffed and underappreciated. You'll be guilted into working overtime and need an excuse to take off (and even then it is difficult to actually get it approved by office manager). You only get 1 week of PTO/year.. Your time card will get edited by manager without being told***I worked through multiple lunch breaks due to being understaffed and noticed my lunch was taken out of my pay those days. Questioned office manager about this but still never got paid for it.. not sure how that's legal? But watch out for this. Majority of the doctors are stuck up and condescending when you have to ask them questions.. Office manager doesn't discipline.. will listen to complaints about what things could benefit from improvement but then does nothing about it. Lets lazier employees get away with mistakes, constantly banks on more reliable employees to pick up their slack without appreciation for it. You'll be expected to travel to multiple offices and be flexible for a rotating schedule. The office operates Monday-Friday but has evening hours Monday and Tuesdays - beware that you'll be pulling 12hr days sometimes. No room for growth. This is an office run by a corporation of businessmen that have never actually worked in a doctors office.. so to say the least, things don't operate well because big decisions are made by people who don't see things firsthand. The hardest part of the job (and main part of the job) will be to constantly be disrespected by both patients, doctors, and your own coworkers and still be expected to be kind with a smile on your face. If you don't have patience or respect for people treating you poorly, this job isn't worth your time and energy.."
Former Employee - Certified Medical Assistant says"I worked at Axia Women's Health full-time Cons: They took my PTO that I earned through half the year and wouldn’t pay me when I put my 2 weeks notice in. They want you to do the job of several employees and not pay you enough for doing it. There is no consequences for those who don’t work as hard as others. The hard workers just get more work piled on them with no reward. I have watched 9 hard working people walk out the door that had been with the company for 25 plus years when they joined Axia. It is so sad. Axia does not back up their employees only worried about how many patients they can see. The doctors are overwhelmed as well."
Former Employee - PSR says"I worked at Axia Women's Health full-time for more than a year Cons: No flexibility, Medical packages are terrible, Vision and dental are okay, Managers don't stand up for their employees, will allow patients to disrespect the staff."
Former Employee - Finance says"I worked at Axia Women's Health full-time for more than 3 years Cons: Extremely low pay. Gruesome hours. Lack of communication. High turnover. Extremely unorganized and mismanaged."
Former Employee - Anonymous Employee says"I worked at Axia Women's Health full-time for more than 3 years Cons: Only interested in the bottom line. Don’t value people. Constant turnover in management."
Former Employee - RN Staff Nurse says"I worked at Axia Women's Health part-time for more than 8 years Cons: No room for growth. Poor management"
Current Employee - Coordinator says"I have been working at Axia Women's Health full-time Cons: company is growing so lots of changes happening very quickly"
Current Employee - Billing Associate says"I have been working at Axia Women's Health full-time for less than a year Cons: Miscommunication, Too Many chiefs and not enough Indians"
Current Employee - Computer Hardware % Networking says"I have been working at Axia Women's Health full-time Cons: Mismanagement of practices and not enough from hr"
Cherry Yamane says"@rachelclayyyy Hm... yeah, this is true ? it just sucks bc I have women’s health issues so this is one of my few op… https://t.co/AEtRIaWNfm"
Ash says"Here’s your weekly reminder that PCOS sucks and women’s health isn’t taken seriously by the medical community"
Linda Ge says"RT @jamietunkel: It sucks that mental health only ever seems to be in the news when it's about K*nye running for POTUS or a school shooter…"
Amy Thurlow says"RT @jamietunkel: It sucks that mental health only ever seems to be in the news when it's about K*nye running for POTUS or a school shooter…"
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