They don't communicate any sort of PTO policy they have because they don't want you to know. They are not there to support you, they simply collect their money and could care less if the employer they assign you with is intolerable and creates a hostile work place. As long as you like being treated like you are beneath everyone since you are just a temp and you can live with knowing that IOS will not be there to support you. Then go for it.
Customer Service (Former Employee) – 8141 Kaiser Blvd Anaheim Ca – September 22, 2015
Working with member checking status of claim/bill issue. How bill and claim are paid.Always there to help when needed. team work. Not able to take much time on the phone with members/patients.Working with people.
Allianz - Operations Specialist/Long Term Care (Former Employee) – Bloomington, MN – August 11, 2015
United Health Care – Finance/Invoice Auditing • Exceeded production by invoicing over $4 M dollars and leading team accuracy at 99%. • Assumed expanded responsibilities by creating training manual.
Allianz - Operations Specialist/Long Term Care • Assumed expanded responsibilities by training policies and procedures to contracted and permanent employees. • Managed accurate and timely processing of invoices from facilities and independent care givers based on contract daily, weekly, monthly, and rider benefit amounts.
GE Disability - Physician’s Assistant Coordinator Disability • Liaison between Disability Case Managers and contracted physicians to insure all information is obtained documented and communicated for disability appeals. • Manage workflow case files with multiple physicians’ onsite and off to ensure reports are complete on time and on budget.
Allianz - New Annuity Business Professional Life Claims • Reviews original claim documents and resolves inconsistencies then processes annuity death benefits. • Meets and exceeds production standards by minimum of 10%.
Business Associate (Former Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – July 26, 2015
It seems the boss at that time, her goal was to make as many people cry that day to get her jollies. Fortunately, she's long gone. The work itself was ok. I had great coworkers, but we went through receptionists on a weekly basis due to the Creulla of a boss we had and the receptionist seemed like her easiest victim to target. I really enjoyed being in the field once a week and getting to speak to HR departments to put others to work in a field I understand. I enjoyed meeting many many people and interviewing them and helping them find a job where they could find happiness.
Most of the people I worked with, most of the people I interviewed, most of the people I saw in the field
No raises, no advancement opportunity, no training offered
I was able to work from different companies and learn new skills. I always had temporary jobs with this company. They paid well and everywhere I went to work was a very nice experience. The reason I stayed with them so long and working as a temporary employee was due to my husband relocating every other year to a new City.
Texas Children's Health Plan - Sr. Auditor (Former Employee) – Houston, TX – November 17, 2014
Texas Children's Hospital was a great place to work, however as a temp we were not much included in the day to day operation. I was given a report to work weekly and if I had any questions I submitted them to the Manager I reported to.
Team Lead, VSP Medical/Vision Claims Examiner (Former Employee) – Sacramento, CA – October 1, 2014
process claims, bill tracking & in/out bound calls. The agency does everything to keep you employed. The management team was always superb. The co-workers were a fun group. The hardest part of the job was nothing really. The most enjoyable part of the job was working with suck great people.
Claims Auditor, Examiner, Supervisor (Former Employee) – PA – August 16, 2014
*Various assignments required various skills to be applied for each client's issue. From maintaining or depleting a surmounting claims backlog during the implementation of new claims software to auditing Medicaid payable accounts for potential duplicate payments, lack of COB application, overpayments,underpayment or fraudulent activity. *How to resolve claim issues quickly on a massive scale. *Ability to collaborate with management on focused issues. *Addressing unforeseen claims issues or system performance. *Exceeding or achieving effective outcomes for the client.
you gain the ability to learn new trends in the insurance industry.
offered permanent placement at a much lesser pay-scale in lieu of similar benefits.