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How do you feel about sales in Mental Health? I am pretty upset about companies hiring straight up sales staff for “outreach “ and “admissions” jobs. All of these tech startups have the same structure of selling the mental health package to them whether through insurance or cash pay. Even when the clients are not benefiting from the treatment- the push and bonuses depend on selling this program to the client. It sounds against ethical standards.
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- "People are nice" (in 15 reviews)
- "It can be tough to build relationships with your coworkers in a remote role, but Opencare's culture makes easy to feel so comfortable and connected with the team." (in 7 reviews)
- "Things aren't stale or stuck, and it is a pleasure to see how we are growing and developing our culture." (in 6 reviews)
- "The leadership is committed to building a long" (in 6 reviews)
- "the leadership team is experienced, communicative, and willingly transparent" (in 3 reviews)
- "Inexperienced CEO who portrays transparency but doesn't execute." (in 4 reviews)
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- 1.0Feb 19, 2021Technical LeadFormer EmployeeToronto, ON
- Working with a lot of smart people - Solving a few interesting problems
- no product market fit - toxic culture that is only focused on profit and not on customers - lack of experienced leadership team - unfair treatment of minority groups (women) - lack of transparency - pivoting 4-5 times a year and blaming it's people - gossip culture on the leadership team - major attrition8
- 5.0Apr 28, 2023Product ManagerCurrent Employee, more than 1 yearToronto, ON
- employees get a lot of autonomy to work on projects they believe in and that can help the organization grow. - the organization is performance-driven and provides all the necessary tools to help employees identify how they can make an impact and how the organization is doing. - the leadership team is experienced, communicative, and willingly transparent - strong collaborative culture
- the team is small and very global, as a result, it is hard to organize in-person events/socials and develop a strong social culture