Why I'm applying for a new job
Claims Processor (Current Employee) – Camp Hill, PA – January 8, 2016
A typical day at work consists of having to produce, produce, produce, no talking to anyone, and whatever you do, don't make a mistake.
While I have grown professionally and gained experience, it has gone completely unnoticed. Trying to move up into a new position is like trying to find a unicorn. I have learned hard workers do not get promotions. They become stuck in the same position. When I first started, I was told I could have the world as long as I worked hard. I did just that, and I'm STILL in the same pay grade with no hope of ever advancing.
Management is nothing but a bunch of bumbling fools who have no clue how to deal with anything. When upper management puts unrealistic expectations on production staff, management does NOTHING to advocate. They just say, "Oh, well, it's not worth trying to fight."
My co-workers seem miserable. I'm not a hundred percent sure on that though because most of the time, we are not allowed to talk to one another without getting a nasty look or email from a supervisor.
The hardest part of the job is trying not to lose my mind.
The most enjoyable part of the job is the end of the day.
terrible work environment, no management support, unrealistic expectations, and constant fear that job will be cut