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Soul-crushing place to work
IT (Former Employee), Schneectady, NYMay 29, 2012
Pros: free coffee, some nice lookiing ladies
Cons: being treated so poorly for so long
This should be a great place to work, the offices are nice and there's free parking. But it's not. Working in IT was one of the worst experiences of my life, senior management undermines middle managers, office politics and petty gossip are the order of the day. Forget process, efficiency, or doing whats right for the company. IT is run by old timers – more... who have been there 20 years and don't listen to anyone new, they resent newcomers and do everything to destroy them. Constant infighting, petty bickering and complaining. High turnover, though thats slowed down with the bad economy. If you take a job here, keep opinions to yourself, always remember, facts don't matter, only the "chiefs" as they call themselves (some kidn of half-aXXed VP positino) opinions matter, right or wrong. Comapny has tons of money and spends freely on IT, way overboard really highly wasteful spending. But they pay high salaries and its easy to negotiate higher, the HR depmt is clueless and think what IT does is magical and justifies high pay. IT is seen rightfully as super hard and unpleasant to deal with and theres major friction on projects. Company struggles to install enterprise systems due to poor PM skills and bad attitutdes of IT people. Some IT are really good and dedicated but there are so many bad apples the whole place stinks. Even low level jobs are paid way over market. Any real skills like DW or middleware, six figures is easy. Certifications have no value here. Previous "healthcare experince" is almost prerequisite, even though its not really "healthcare" that they do, this business is processing insurance claims, dion't let them try to convince you otehrwise. Nothing noble, nothing important, just claims, same as tons of otehr companys. Best bet is to beblow one of the chiefs then you do Ok, as many before have done. Watch out for reorganization, which they do regularly as a way to get rid of unfavored (note I didn't say unqualified) people every once a while. Any dept other than IT should be Ok, I hear good things. Tehre's a good gym too. This my opnion only, possible someone else could have much better experience but after 11 years listening to just nonstop bitter complaining and whining from coworkers, I doubt it. Recommend to avoid this place at least until they get some grown ups (I dno't mean fogies, many of these guys are in 60's but have brain of teenagers) t orun the place. disappointing regretful experience. – less
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Coworkers can be Family to
Customer Service Representative (Current Employee), Schenectady, NYMay 7, 2012
Pros: annual bonus, monthly lunches, team meetings
Cons: break schedule
I love the family oriented environment that coworkers create with each other. Work is technically your second home.
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Good Opportunity
HR Rep/Technical Recruiter - Talent Acquisition (Current Employee), New YorkApril 27, 2012
Good company with alot of opportunity. Alot to do and alot to learn about health care
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MVP has many talented and friendly staff, great and enjoyable place to work
IT Business Analyst (Current Employee), Schenectady, NYMarch 26, 2012
Pros: great people, opportunity for additional / advanced training
Cons: in expericienced management, lack of accountibility, it area is currently process bound.
Elicit requirements using interviews, document analysis, requirements workshops, surveys, site visits, business process descriptions, use cases, scenarios, business analysis, task and workflow analysis.
Critically evaluate information gathered from multiple sources, reconcile conflicts, decompose high-level information into details.
Proactively communicate – more... and collaborate with external and internal customers to analyze information needs and functional requirements as needed.
Utilize your experience in using enterprise-wide requirements definition and management systems and methodologies required.
Successfully engage in multiple initiatives simultaneously
Work independently with users to define concepts and under direction of project managers
Drive and challenge business units on their assumptions of how they will successfully execute their plans
Serve as the conduit between the customer community (internal and external customers) and the software development team through which requirements flow.
Develop requirements specifications according to standard templates, using natural language.
Collaborate with developers and subject matter experts.
Be the liaison between the business units, technology teams and support teams. – less
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na (Former Employee), naMay 12, 2013
Cons: they dont treat you right
unbeleivable they let over 90 employees let go without a warning and they are hiring dont work here youll be sorry

May 18, 2013

they let people go who were doing this same job and now they are hiring for the same job where are these fair act labor laws this is totally wrong this place is horrible they treat you like dirt I hope they go down

About MVP Health Care

MVP Health Plan covers about 650,000 most valuable people. Also known as MVP Health Care, the company provides health insurance – Read more

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