Human Resource, CSA-Full Time (Former Employee) – Orlando, FL – August 25, 2015
This is a very easy job. You just need to gather all documents and once you have completed the process it will be determined if that person qualifyes for health insurance or not. The only thing about this place is that the quality assurance makes people don't want to be there. No matter what you do there is always something negative in the feed back.
you have a job
back ache from being on that seat 12 hours per day
Policy Audit Analyst (Current Employee) – IL – January 29, 2015
My work is challenging, interesting and fulfilling, I absolutely love what i do. I'm a quick learner, optimistic and hardworking. My greates strength is the hard work i do to give best effort to achieve positive results, I see challenging situations not as a problem, but rather as on opportunity to learn something new. This keeps me focused and motivated to stick to the tas mo matter how difficult, and get it done. An i feel a great sense of accomplishment when this happens.
Benefits Operations Administrator (BOA) (Former Employee) – 3350 Riverwood Pkwy; Atlanta, GA 30339 – October 1, 2014
Professional Workplace. Climate is conducive to creating an atmosphere where the associates are developed to provide a superior level of customer service both internally and externally. Associates are provided the tools to successfully complete all assignments. Fast paced company where accuracy and the ability to articulate well both orally and verbally are required. Management was thorough and provided each associate with the tools, training and materials to succeed. Our work was continuously audited for accuracy which enabled us to learn and perfect. Co-workers understood there was no "I" in team. If one failed all failed. I one succeeded all succeeded. I learned the value of being an analytical thinker and the importance of research. Contract ending was the hardest part of the job though it was expected.
Large well known company. Enjoy the people i work with on my team.
Client Specialist-Account Specialist (Current Employee) – Glenview, IL – June 10, 2013
A typical day is producing daily inventory reports for my team on excel then emailing to our team and manager. Next, checking any emails that may have come in from a client or brokers, answer inquires, respond to emails with information they may need and send out whatever further documentation they may require. Read and enter policies into one of our insurance systems. Produce and distribute insurance certificates and auto id car for our clients. Invoice all policies at renewals. From start to finish complete the renewal process for each client. I have learned the importance of team communication and each person having a equivalent amount of responsibilities to make the team as a whole successful.
people i work with, insurance benefits. 401k company match
A great company where I felt wanted as an intern and had responsibilities that provided good hands on experience with real world applications. A typical day included fixing private accounts for different clients and making sure there data was in the correct file.
Set Up Configuration Specialist (Former Employee) – Orlando, FL – January 6, 2013
They prefer fresh out of college and workload is not shared. This is a heads down under the gun at all times position. If you advance the pay is great but because it is all properitary software little to no skills can be taken with you. You become stuck.
You take benefit phone calls for varies Fortune 500 companies in a fast pace environment. You have to be very analytical and open and do research on the phone calls. You will not get a pay raise for meeting your job goals at the end of the year. Because they feel that they do not have to give you a raise for meeting your job goals. If you are an exceeds you can expect less than a 1 percent raise. There is very little opportunity for advancement. It is a verbally abusive work environment. And the benefits are very expensive. You constantly have to look over your shoulder's, a very uncomfortable work environment. You feel just like cattle going to the slaughter house on a daily basis.The Fire department is there on a daily basis due to the stress level there. And the turn over is very high there.
monday thru friday work week, weekends off and off major holidays.
very strict attendance policy where you are forced to file for fmla after being employed for 1yr.