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7 days ago
Hi! Looking for a new role. Have my MBA & experience with Meditech & Cerner/Oracle Health as a Consultant. Looking for a complete remote role around $100k. I can’t travel due to medical reasons and am finding it hard to find a job in this field with no travel. I would love to get into Analyst work. Any leads or info is useful! Thanks 😊
2 months ago
Currently a Senior Consultant at Oracle/Cerner. I was previously a Implementation Specialist for MEDITECH. I have a MBA and I am looking for a completely remote consultant or project management position with no travel involved or minimal travel. I’m located in NH. Any recommendations on certificates or anything? Anyone know hiring companies?
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- "Good work life balance and learning" (in 718 reviews)
- "Good benefits and PTO." (in 554 reviews)
- "There used to be some really great people working there at one point until they all quit for same reasons." (in 418 reviews)
- "work culture is good but not a place to be" (in 294 reviews)
- "And good culture" (in 274 reviews)
- "The pay was low and fair" (in 404 reviews)
- "Poor management and dishonesty when dealing with employee's salary despite many attempt to fix it." (in 307 reviews)
- "Low Salary and not easy to grow." (in 259 reviews)
- "It depends on whether you get a good manager(like in any other company)." (in 164 reviews)
- "Long hours: plan to work 50+ hours a week in addition to the weekends." (in 137 reviews)
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- 2.0Mar 21, 2018Anonymous EmployeeFormer Employee
- Tons of opportunities to learn solutions/applications, safety protocols, troubleshooting skills, and become a knowledge expert in your team - Training provided - Company is overall a young demographic - Collaboration among employees is great
- Management expects you to work overtime depending on team - Extended hours is normal per quarter and is often held each week unless you meet your goal - Competition is so strong that you need to stand out among many other employees. Room for advancement is slim - Turnover rate is high, leaving gaps in knowledge for when new team member come. Learning curve is steep in a metric demanding environment for any new associate.1
- 3.0Jan 6, 2017Anonymous EmployeeFormer Employee
Lots of opportunities to learn and grow, there are a lot of smart people who work here.
You have to work long hours to make a difference and grow in your career.1
- 5.0Mar 31, 2022Systems EngineerCurrent Employee, less than 1 yearBengaluru
About the company : 1. First of all it is a good product based company, and there is good market demand on it 2. you will definitely get the lots of opportunity to learn and upheld your skills 3. Good and cooperative associates. About the interview and the process : 1. You will be having 2 rounds of interview of 1& half hour (technical and technical cum managerial round) 2. If you are shortlisted for the interview then the interview will go as per your experience and the data which you have been updated in your resume. So it is always good to update your resume and have a good knowledge about the information which you share.
As i have joined the company recently to the organization, i dont see any cons as of now. But will update my review once i complete my first year anniversary.
- 3.0Sept 4, 2015Learning ConsultantFormer Employee, more than 1 yearKansas City, MO
The people here were great to work with. The opportunity for travel can be high depending on role. The benefits that were offered were top notch.
The hours here can be very long and stressful. 12-hour work days were not uncommon and schedule would frequently shift between days and nights.
- 4.0Jun 24, 2015Delivery ConsultantCurrent Employee, more than 1 yearKansas City, KS
-Flexible schedule -Ability to manage own projects -Locations have on-site healthcare, gyms, and cafeterias
-extremely busy and often do not have enough people to complete the work without working extremely long hours1
- 3.0Feb 1, 2013Anonymous EmployeeCurrent Employee
Tons of room to move within the company
My jobs doesn't take long hours but others work very hard and long long hours
- 3.0Feb 24, 2021Test Automation EngineerCurrent Employee, more than 5 yearsBengaluru
Cerner is the best company to work . It cares for its Associate and work life balance is awesome Flexible in work hours and no one cares for your login and log out timing until your doing good
Too Much of Politics in SSE No Hike at all for Associate who does not lick Managers shoe(Atleast in SSE)
- 5.0Oct 1, 2021Software Engineer ICurrent Employee, more than 3 yearsKansas City, MO
Great environment, very relaxed as long as you get your work done right. Raises and promotions are heavily performance based, which to me is a definite pro. It’s not likely that your not so hardworking teammate will get promoted before you just because they’ve been there longer.
Sometimes deadlines can be a little tight and you might have to work some extra hours to keep on schedule. Nobody has ever made me stay longer, but I’ve felt compelled to of my own accord. For me it’s really only been a week or two a year.
- 3.0Sept 7, 2017Anonymous EmployeeCurrent Employee
Great travel benefits and coworkers
Has the potential to be the dream job but the long work hours and incompetent managers ruin this company
- 2.0May 18, 2016Anonymous EmployeeFormer Employee, more than 1 yearKansas City, MO
It is a good place to start your career.
It is not possible to maintain a good live balance and work all the hours required.