Customer Service Representative III (Current Employee), Indianapolis, IN – January 23, 2014
Pros: consitency and stability
I enjoy the ability to create the perfect work environment by communicating to them exactly what you are looking for. They are all efficient and courteous, while placing you within the parameters you gave them. I do believe the compensation could be more competitive and indicative to your skill set. It seems as though all staff receive the same initial – more... hourly rate, regardless of their skill set and prior compensation. – less
light industrial worker (Former Employee), Indianapolis, IN – October 9, 2013
Pros: get to learn different jobs.
Cons: always far out
Just to be able to have a job is a blessing.A typical work day for me would be to come in look at my work station to make sure I have all of what I need to start my shift,and stay stocked up through out the night.I learned how to find different was to do and complete my task at a faster rate.Management is management.My co workers are fun to work with – more... because we work as a team.The most enjoyable part of the day is going home,knowing I completed a hard days work. – less
packing (Former Employee), lebanon indiana – August 22, 2013
Got hired on to work for place in lebanon missed 2 days was late 1 day with dr note for all only worked for one month let me go when another person who got hired on the same time as I did missed more then I have still has there job not fair at all.
Business Development (Current Employee), Indianapolis, IN – July 2, 2013
Pros: unfortuantly none
Cons: horrible leadership, unethical company, horrible training
Horrible company. Bad leaders in place that always remind staff that they are replaceable. The turn around with this company is really high. The longest someone stays is usually around 2 months. They went through over 55 people in under a year.
Pharmacy Technician (Former Employee), Greenwood, IN – January 3, 2013
Cons: no tolerance to missing or being late with an approvable excuse.
I worked for this company for four months. My typical day was a nine to five. I learned much about working for Indiana Medicaid and the criteria to be approved for special medications. Management for Diverse were nice, but Xerox the company that I had been sent to, were uncomfortably rude. My co-workers were vibrant and very helpful, but the hardest – more... part of my job was learning all the ins and outs of Medicaid. There honestly was no enjoyable part of this position. The reason I say this is that my truck had gotten stolen on a Saturday. I was due to be in at ten am. I stepped out to warm my truck and realized it had been stolen. My job called me while I was speaking with the police and let me know they would call someone in to cover me. That following Tuesday I was discharged with police report proving my vehicle was stolen for missing that Saturday. – less