Large Company - Large Management... Be aware of the ups and downs of both.
Claims Professional II (Former Employee) – San Diego, CA – December 12, 2016
Once I progressed from the initial training unit (Medical Only), everything sort of went downhill from there. Training at BHHC left something to be desired, and due to the high velocity of work, I was unable to keep up with the work. That set the stage for the remainder of my time there before resigning.
Real Estate Assistant and Marketing Manager (Former Employee) – Calabasas, CA – December 12, 2016
I loved walking through all the crazy houses with the real estate agent. Helping her communicate with clients and connecting her with the world through the media was truly an honor, as she is such a successful and hard working agent!
Underwriting Intern (Current Employee) – Omaha, NE – October 12, 2016
This internship has been a wonderful opportunity for me, as it has allowed me to learn the basics of the property and casualty insurance industry. It has also taught me get interpersonal skills and the like. The company is great in general. It treats its employees well, even its interns.
Claims Professional 2 (Current Employee) – Omaha, NE – August 8, 2015
A typical day includes reviewing documents and assigning them to the right location, reviewing claims, answering calls from claimants, medical providers, lawyers, and brokers and providing customer service to answer their questions and concerns.
Great Location. Cont. education was required for current knowledge of job. Proud to work for such a great company, which was owned by Warren Buffe
Medical Only Adjuster (Former Employee) – Pasadena, CA – September 15, 2014
Quickly reviewed all new incoming work, to detect any emergency calls or letters that needed immediate attention. Continued with any follow up clerical work. Answered all phone calls as they came in. Filled all incoming mail to their proper files.
When I worked with I.C.A. I learned to calculate the various paycards for the injured worker who was out of work for more than 3 days. I also released their W.C. checks.
Most co-workers were great to work with, but as every one knows you always have those few who are hard to work with, partly because they don't take their work seriously.
I was fortunate to always work with good management. Partly because I tried to understand their view point in work policy.
The hardest part of my job was trying to meet all of my deadlines.
Since I was kept so busy, my time at work swiftly flew by, and I also made very good friends, that I still have today.
Benefits, such as 401, pension, and great Christmas Party Dinners.
When taking vacation, the new work never stops coming to your desk. We then quickly need to catch up.
nurse (Current Employee) – Brownsburg, IN – October 23, 2013
A typical day at work involves me taking care of an avg of 33 to 54 residents working with avg of one aid I often pass meds and do bed checks and am care with the time constraint being the hardest part o the job co workers are either nice to your face or quick to throw you under the bus the most enjoyable part is when I have time to sit with my sick residents and talk to them I love it when they ask for me by name to take care of them I have a lot of insulin checks tx and gtubes and peritoneal dialysis currently as well as a lot of alzheimers pt
I have a job
I dont get breaks or holiday pay or any raises or good health insurance
Clerical Assistant I (Former Employee) – San Diego, CA – June 28, 2013
A typical day is 7am -3:30pm and is extremely easy to get along with if you know what you are doing. If you are not trained, you are stuck. Nice environment and like any company, do not get caught up in other co workers personal drama. Just get in and get out.