Why do you feel undervalued and what would make you feel better about your compensation?
I have alot of exp coming from the medical field however justvdealing with irate cuatonwrs which you have no control over and most of the branches do mot answer thier ohones to assist with the issue
Posted 13 days ago
Higher wages commensurate with the responsibility of the job
Posted a month ago
A RAISE HIGHER THAN THE CURRENT RATE OF INFLATION COULD BE A START
Better pay better benefits and pto
Raises are a joke , no bonus , heathcare sucks
Executives are disconnected from their employees and pay raises are anemic and infrequent. Lot of red tape to cut though every day
I would really enjoy being paid more
No acknowledgement of what you've done in the past only what you done today.
Yearly raises, employee evaluations, feedback
I would like more healthcare options and a guaranteed 401k match.
we are continually asked to do more with less people. we are now expected to master every Department, with little to no training there is not adequate compensation for experience. New hires are paid more than people who have worked here for years
Review from Customer Support Dept
We have a high deductible 70/30 health insurance plan. And the 401k is horrible.
I believe I am personally underpaid for all the work I do. Many people have been leaving over the past couple years and instead of hiring more people or even promoting the existing employees we are just responsible for the left over work with no extra incentives.
Working hard for less or working hard to make others better
33 employees at Apria Healthcare score their wages and compensation a F on average. As a testament to this, when employees are asked “Do you believe you're paid fairly?”, 30% say Yes. The Customer Support department is the most satisfied with their compensation, ranking it 55/100.
Rate Compensation the Highest
Experience - 1 to 3 Years
Department - Customer Support
Ethnicity - Caucasian
Rate Compensation the Lowest
Experience - 6 to 10 Years
Gender - Male
Gender - Female
How Apria Healthcare's Compensation Score is Calculated