Comment – April 1, 2013
Wasted 10 years with this trash of a company, hoping things are getting better. Stayed around since I was making $65,000, working 70 hours a week, plus $200 a week for car. After the new rules , the best auditor will net $500/week, after paying for $150/week for lousy benefits. I left a month ago, and I am makig now $500/day, and you can make more if you want....
Comment – June 10, 2013
Will be talking to this company about your former position. Not sure what to think at this point.
Comment – September 3, 2012
You should not mislead people with false information. I am guessing you are in some sort of position with this company where they can't lie to you like they do with most of their employees. There is no training program or management support.
Comment – October 8, 2012
The training program was supposed to be 12-13 weeks with a mentor and "ride-alongs" with the mentor to help you learn the job during the training period. The job would have worked well for me, except, I was pretty much thrown into the "field" with NO "ride-alongs" and very little training. They barely trained me for 9 weeks before sending me out in the field and I felt like a stupid idiot because I was expected to do this job and had (pretty much) NO training....but, was expected to perform like a professional, knowledgeable auditor....I was humiliated!!!!!
Comment – January 18, 2013
Are you talking about OLSI? 99% of employees know that this is the worst company on earth..
Comment – January 26, 2013
I am not sure if we are working for the same company. CA employees do work under a separate set of rules than the rest of the country. I don't think they realize that the same problems are surfacing that caused the lawsuit to be filed in the first place, like changing timecards for some employees.
Comment – March 21, 2013
I am thinking of applying for premium field auditor. Does the company reimburse for things like parking? I am near San Francisco and the meter rates are up to $4 an hour. That would definitely be a hardship to pay. As far as the production and quality, do they give clear, attainable rubrics to achieve those goals? How many of the auditors actually achieve the maximum production and quality goals? I appreciate any insight you have.