Brookdale Senior Living (Current Employee) – all over the US – June 14, 2015
a company that truly follows it's mission statement. In my position i travel frequenty which is the hardest part of my job. meeting so many people in the field is the best part. My co-workers are incredibly supportive and helpful. I have the best management in the world.
Warehouse Worker (Former Employee) – Buffalo, NY – November 14, 2014
I worked in assembly line packing and stacking pallets also when done building skid I wrapped each skid. I learned how to use the as400 system how to train and run my own assembly line. management was very good and professional. my co-workers were very great people to work with. at the time my hardest part of the job was transportation. I really enjoyed the company because it was a great environment to work in and the people and supervisors was very professional.
Associate (Current Employee) – cheltenham uk – October 21, 2014
I am only a xmas temp but since I've started beginning of this month I have loved every miniute of it. Everyday is different, all of the people I work with are just amazing to work with helping me when needed. My day to day work routine is to meet and greet customers which can be abit dull at times standing there for hours BUT you have to keep pro-active and positive greeting the customers. I also take back returns and put them back in the right place whilst also tidying the shop floor and making sure all clothes are in correct size order etc. Bhs is a great place to work I'm am so happy to be there and really enjoy going to work.
great discount, pay and the colleauges you get to work with
Customer service, Insurance follow-up specialist (Former Employee) – Louisville, KY – August 11, 2014
Responsible for 5 locations in KY and the resolution of all patient accounts over $10,000.00. Resolved most by rebilling third party payers and locating mis-applied payments to incorrect accounts. I was assigned as new hire trainer for medical reimbursement and follow up.
Customer Service (Current Employee) – Shreveport, LA – May 30, 2013
A typical day at BHS is quiet until around 5 o'clock when KCS Railroad workers are finished for the day. I have learned to enter information into a database for workers to obtain a check. The management is easy going and very understanding. I have had quite a few co-workers. Our turn out rate is quite high because of a number of reasons. I can actually say there is no hard part of this job. Everything is repetition and becomes something that you could do with your eyes closed.