Lead Quality Inspector (Former Employee) – Kingwood, TX – February 11, 2017
" I really enjoyed working for this establishment and being in leadership position." My job duties consisted of proofreading line leaders paperwork, inspecting production line workers quality of preparing merchandise for shipping, and checking incoming shipments.
This is a great company. The culture is that of a family. They keep the employees in the loop. There are always events going on the keep the staff motivated and feel appreciated. The company has a big volunteer boost and presence in the community.
The one bad thing for me is that sometimes depending on your department some of the management is awful. Some can be very distant and out of touch with the culture of the company as a whole.
The benefits overall are pretty good. The first years you basically get weeks that starts day one. It reloads the first day of the year in full. There is a decent bonus in the spring. There are programs in place to help employees going through financial hardships.
The education reimbursement is horrible...only $500 annually. The worst I've ever seen.
Great work environment, Upper management are very personable and get to know you, Events to give employees a break and show appreciation
lower level management can be very disconnected and almost non caring
I love to provide excellent customer service to our clients, employees, provider offices, and management. I noticed the friendliness of the coworker as you past in the hallway, everyone speaks with a smile to make you feel very welcome. There is a lot of training available to help you to grow and advance with the company. The most enjoyable part of the job is the annual golf tournament held each year in The Woodlands, TX.
Business Performance Advisor (Current Employee) – Waltham, MA – January 13, 2017
Very fast paced job, working with C-Level Executives in building the foundations of their company. Working with many different entities (internally & externally) to ensure client organizations achieve their business vision, mission & values; helping growing companies meet new challenges as they advance through their growth cycle. The hardest part of this job is staying focused on finding the right fit for our platform (i.e.) companies that truly value, and are willing to invest, in their employees. The most enjoyable part of the job is the team you get to work with, and the success our clients' achieve.
typical day at work get to the office about 8 always eager to get to work to see what the day had in store. i always learned something new every day my teachers are awesome they are patient in the fact of knowing people are new to this. management was wonderful they are always very considerate of your feelings and work life balance co workers are some of the very best i had ever had i will never be able to forget the friendships i made in my department . the hardest part of my job was meeting all of the BPA'S ideal dates that they tell the client. most enjoyable part of my job was getting to work for one of the most caring and giving companies.
Medical Biller/Collector/Payment poster (Former Employee) – San Antonio, TX – December 3, 2016
Due to this employer, I chose to move on from the medical billing field to the Accounting field. I know I am greater than the sum on all my parts. I enjoyed meeting and working with the patients and staff within the doctors' office.
Insperity is a comfortable family oriented business.
Business Application Support Analyst (Current Employee) – Kingwood, TX – November 24, 2016
Insperity is a great laid back company with family values. Each employee is treated as family and not an employee. The company offers great health benefits. The management can vary from team to team but overall the company has a great leadership. The most enjoyable part of the job is the casual and professional mix in the IT department. You are able to feel comfortable while working.
Business Performance Advisor (Current Employee) – Walnut Creek, CA – November 9, 2016
Overall the company is really great, and provides great, premium services to their clients.
However, they are not as generous with their sales team, they seem to have a "churn-n-burn" attitude for their sales reps (they like to call us BPAs or Business Performance Advisors) but they don't care to really give you the time or in depth training which is required to truly be a trusted advisor to potentially new clients.
It is a matter of building trust with your clients, as you are not selling them a commodity, you are asking them to trust you and the company to make one of the biggest decisions of their (and their employee's) lives!
The individuals who come directly from related HR industries and have established relationships will do great - and I encourage you to become a BPA. :-)
Free lunches, trips to Huston, great sales reward trips (if you qualify)
Not willing to wait for you to truly develop long-term and build trust with your prospects.
CMA (Former Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – October 31, 2016
The real problem with this company is the upper management in Arizona, Tammy Gideon is horrible and unprofessional she oversees the Las Vegas office. Even though she is station in AZ. The Area Manger in Las Vegas Emily Campbell (reports to her) is just as bad if they both were replaced. I think the company would have a better chance of keeping employees. Emily has no business with that title she has all the leads do her work and takes the credit for it. Plus she micromanages all the offices! The manager in AZ is no better; if she can’t control you! You will not be there long. I have seen 3 area mangers and 3 leads at my office since 2012. The Area manager in Las Vegas only got that position because no one else wanted that job she was a lead first (if that is what you want to call that title she had). I have never work for a company that makes you fit 12 hours of work into 8 and won’t allow OT. But they allow someone to walk out; rehire them with more money and a bigger title. The only bright spot for me was the doctors; they are really cool that is why most people stay. If you like low pay, horrible benefits, not enough time to get your work done, and bad management. Then this is the place for you. Otherwise don’t waste your time applying for Nevada or Arizona; unless you want horrible management.
Terrific People but company culture stuck in the 1980's
Business Performance Advisor (Former Employee) – Glendale, CA – August 18, 2016
Overall, a good experience. The best part of the job is spirit of the the special people that I worked with; hardworking, competent always happy to help.
The C-Suite in the Houston area is comprised of good-ol boys stuck in a different era where you open your meetings with prayers and wear a tie to work everyday even when you don't have a client appointment. Those attitudes effect the company's culture even in other states.
The pressure placed on sales people and their managers from upstairs is constant and sometimes unreasonable.
The upper management appear to push for a more relaxed collaborative environment. But local management is only concerned about maintaining the status quo rather than in getting things done. No consideration for lower level employees
Associate Software Analyst (Current Employee) – Madison, WI – June 27, 2016
This is an awesome company to work for! Managers actually want to see you succeed and watch you grow. Warm culture and workers are encouraged to volunteer within the community. Benefits are also incredible! I highly recommend this company.