Product Owner (Former Employee) – San Dimas, CA – September 12, 2017
It was an out and out clown show. The management team fought constantly, and each director relished the moment when one of their counterparts failed or was given a dressing down by the CEO. So even though the company lost, it was a win for the director(s) who were not on the receiving end of the punishment. Possibly the worst management team in the history of any company I've worked for. The management team was a textbook case of how to run a company into the ground. Oh, the stories I could tell....
Line Operator (Former Employee) – EAST PINE STREET – February 28, 2017
I like working with people and moving around to do other jobs. Love handy cap people and working with them love god as my savor and most of all just working with the fine folks in the tulsa area ! Peace and love god bless you Will make the best hand you have ever had working for you !
Customer Service Associate (Former Employee) – San Diego, CA – May 26, 2015
I believed i was well trained for the required job, and on handling crisis calls and rude callers. I enjoyed the working atmosphere and learning more about the mental health field and the insurance process.
Member Advocate/Data Entry/Claim Investigator (Former Employee) – Parsippany, NJ – March 20, 2015
The schedule was the hardest part for some employees but I loved the structure. This was a call center and we took some difficult calls sometimes.There was turnover due to the stress. i however enjoyed the challenge. The supervisors and other member advocates were really great to work with, they will be missed.
It was a great company to work for.They were professional and had a fun work environment.
Error Resolutions (Former Employee) – Phoenix AZ – April 29, 2014
This was a great job because you got to interact with the other employees by helping them resolve errors.The management was good.The hardest part of the job was having to remember all the different codes you had to use.The most enjoyable was my co-workers.
Mental Health Specialist (Former Employee) – Baton Rouge, LA – December 28, 2013
A typical workday involves interacting with children at their school's or at their home. I learned how to understand a person that is involved in an uncontrollable situation. I never met any of my co-workers. We worked independently when assessing each client. The hardest part of the job was seeing these emotionally and socially disturbed children cry over the burden of handling such difficult situations. The most enjoyable part of the job is being more than a mental health specialist for these kids. To may I was a friend to others I was family. I touched me deeply to know that I was never judged by my position but given the opportunity to help someone that was willing to be helped!