Customer Operations Analyst (Current Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – April 20, 2017
This is a decent place to work, since they have flexible schedules and you have the ability to work from home a few days a week. I have always had positive experiences with my managers there as well. The major con is that there is zero job security. There have been numerous layoffs over the past several years, and just when you think they are done, there is another round of layoffs. So you never know if you might be next.
Housekeeper (Former Employee) – Crown Point, IN – October 19, 2016
Symphony healthcare is a healthcare facility and rehabilitation resort. I worked housekeeping and I loved it. The patients are nice, staff is great, management actually knows what they're doing and treats the workers like human beings an genuinely cares about them and values them. It is the nicest assisted living/nursing home I've ever seen and if I had a chance to go back I would in a heartbeat. Decent pay, good benefits, schedule was solid. I miss it very much.
Discounted food, benefits, competitive pay
Stressful sometimes, lunch break was a little short
Account Manager & Senior Data Analyst (Former Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – November 6, 2015
Symphony Health Solutions plays in a commercial Pharmaceutical data space dominated by IMS Health, and is more obsessed by their competitor than by serving their customers. For some Pharma clients, they offer a better data value - less data for a lower price. But they struggle to adjust to client needs within a standardized data delivery framework. Various parts of the company do not communicate well, and emphasis is more on selling than on delighting the clients.
Entrenched culture; Do not care about Customer Needs; Unwilling to Change
Sr. BI Developer (Current Employee) – Phoenix, Arizona – August 5, 2015
Symphony health is not as big as other technology company, but, it stands out for having its own distinct work culture that is very different from conventional American company work culture in many ways. They give their employee and even contractors flexibility of working at any time of the day. The main focus is on getting work done and not on the standardizing the way of doing work. This give employees flexibility to work the way they want to. The main down thing for this company is continues change in the leadership and uncertainty of JOB. you have a constant fear of loosing your job here.
Flexible work hours, Work from home option, result oriented, fluid work culture.
job security, work mix up, massive leadership change frequently
Project Management (Current Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – May 8, 2015
this company is in transition, and there is a lack of communication from the top down to the top up. Management is not leading but intimidating, which is limiting communication and growth. Company goals are not set and management and below do not have a clear picture of the expectations or path for the company.
Sourcer/Recruiter (Current Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – March 30, 2015
Symphony Health Solutions is a fantastic place to work. I learned new skills on a regular basis, and enjoyed autonomy in my work schedule. Despite the stress of having urgent business needs to meet, I was never micro-managed and never felt unvalued.
Senior Healthcare Analyst (Former Employee) – India – December 13, 2014
Your day at Symphony will be a balance of both work and fun. The management is cooperative and will be always available to assist in case of any emergencies. The job security and culture needs a special mention here.
Culture challenged by absence of strong management and constant change.
Executive Assistant (Current Employee) – Phoenix AZ – March 17, 2014
Symphony was purchased in 2012 and continues to struggle to define itself and its culture. As a result the employees and management don't have the firm foundation necessary to focus on productivity and positive moves forward.
Work life balance is possible for me.
No challenge and constant redirection and counter intuitive actions on part of management