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Is everyone treated fairly? Is there growth potential? Is there flexibility in schedule?

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No way. There's discrimination and folks are forced to quit with the way they are harrrassed

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Yes.....there is growth potential and great hours with opportunity to work from home depending on the position.

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Nope! Manager has favorites and older staff are intimidated by younger staff.

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Yes, theres lots of room for growth, especially if you're an RN. Schedule is not flexible once you have an assigned shift although we were given appointment time each month that we're able to make up without having to use PTO. Everyone was treated fairly in my opinion.

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Everyone is not treated fairly....You have to be in the click or you are out of luck.

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Yes you can move up

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Associates are treated well depending on the position and the department. I would strongly suggest working for private side of the company Anthem rather than NGS because I have worked for both and while the overall company culture at Anthem is great and well organized the
Managers are wonderful and the difference between the experience being a new hire for Anthem side of the company exceeded my expectations and I was able to grow in my position the sched is flexible depending on what you do in the call centers things are more controlled and structured it is a no fault attendance policy but they are very supportive of work home life and all jobs can be done remotely within the company I would go back to Anthem in a heartbeat. However, the NGS side of the business is Gov Medicare contracting side and the training is a joke, the management is terrible and the turn over is much higher. I don't recommend NGS if you are looking for any support in your position or upper management of HR who has any interest in their staff. Much different than anthem, worked at NGS for 3 years and it was so different than working at the parent company.

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