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19 English reviews out of 19

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13 January 2023

Pros

Transparent leadership, flexible schedule, remote work environment, above average salary, benefits package

Cons

I don’t have any to report.

Transparent leadership, flexible schedule, remote work environment, above average salary, benefits package

13 January 2023

Reviewed by: Risk Adjustment in Little Rock, AR (Current Employee)

2 February 2023

Pros

Great flexibility, work from home options, decent PTO

Cons

does not have competitive pay, also reduced benefits package this year.

does not have competitive pay, also reduced benefits package this year.

2 February 2023

Reviewed by: Anonymous (Current Employee)

6 April 2021

Pros

Very good company to work for. Good pay and benefits package. Opportunities for advancement.

Cons

Beware of layoffs after acquisitions.

Advice to Management

Do not expand to quickly.

Good pay and benefits package.

6 April 2021

Reviewed by: Anonymous (Anonymous Employee)

15 July 2022

Pros

Good benefits package Employer-sponsored training Ability to polish your skills while gaining new knowledge

Cons

did not find any so far

Advice to Management

Please consider taking some time off when you can: you work longest hours

Good benefits package

15 July 2022

Reviewed by: Vendor Operations Analyst (Former Employee)

25 March 2022

Pros

The benefit package is great

Cons

...That's where it ends. The training module is not set up for you to succeed and recruiters give unreliable information

Advice to Management

Do better! Be consistent. Provide adequate training.

The benefit package is great

25 March 2022

Reviewed by: Remote Customer Service Representative in Atlanta, GA (Former Employee)

11 November 2021

Pros

This company's people leaders treat you like the professional that you are and encourage you to grow. They will indeed move you toward into finding the new levels of greatness within yourself that you were to complacent to see before. Pay is great as well as the benefit package.

Cons

Handle time is short (but doable) and some members require much attention and therefore can cause you to be out of the expected AHT

Pay is great as well as the benefit package.

11 November 2021

Reviewed by: Customer Service Representative (Current Employee)

17 June 2021

Pros

Great benefits package over all

Cons

Business treats you as a disposable resource at times

Great benefits package over all

17 June 2021

Reviewed by: Anonymous (Current Employee)

15 March 2021

Pros

Pretty decent benefits package for full-time perm. employees. Definitely an inclusive work environment and corporate culture conducive to LGBTQ communities, women, people living with disabilities, etc.

Cons

There's an undercurrent of major transition going on, making things difficult to speculate on. But this is just one of those times for most.

Advice to Management

Listen to your people.

Pretty decent benefits package for full

15 March 2021

Reviewed by: Lead Document Management Associate in Woodland Hills, CA (Current Employee)

4 March 2022

Pros

Decent benefits package for health insurance.

Cons

This is probably the worst company I've ever worked for. They had the most unrealistic expectations ever. When people quit or were fired, they would spread their work without any intention of getting new staff. They cross-trained on other departments' work without compensating you for doing multiple jobs. They would never They enforced 60 hour work weeks during the winter months and would penalize you for taking time off. It felt more like a sweatshop than a work site. I would NEVER work at a place like this again.

Decent benefits package for health insurance.

4 March 2022

Reviewed by: Eligibility Representative (Former Employee)

12 December 2021

Pros

Competitive compensation Strong benefits package Paid time off

Cons

Very political work environment where the stated agenda/objectives are rarely the actual goals. It makes it very difficult to align and prioritize work when the rug could be pulled out from underneath you at any given moment for political reasons. For example, a manager of one group that you have a dependency on might purposely sabotage your work (by with holding resources) in order to argue that your manager isn’t proficient at managing so that they can make the case for absorbing their headcount, thus warranting a higher salary for themselves because they are now managing more people.

Advice to Management

None. I believe this is working as designed but it’s not beneficial to employees.

Strong benefits package

12 December 2021

Reviewed by: Senior Program Manager in Clayton, MO (Former Employee)

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