Great People but SR IT leaders are need a lot of work.
Engineering Manager (Former Employee) – Seattle, WA – March 13, 2018
Love working with all the smart people within the company. Helping customers was our passion and Sr Leaders only care about process. The people working at PEMCO deliver some amazing products, too bad no one recognizes it.
Underwriting Program Manager (Former Employee) – Seattle, WA – December 4, 2017
A promotion occurred in July, the hardest part of the job was then trying to do two jobs in the same workweek. Prior responsibilities did not diminish, new responsibilities were added. Created an unfortunate situation.
Aircraft Mechanic (Former Employee) – Dothan, AL – October 18, 2017
When I agreed to hire on, they said "some overtime is available". Little did I know that they could REQUIRE me to work overtime. They worked us at times 10 hour days, 6-7 days a week for WEEKS on end. The FAR rules had to routinely be envoked just to get a day or two off. The work itself was not too bad. It was physically challenging but manageable, just the LONG hours.
The people I worked with
The slaveshop they ran requiring working long days and weekends almost endlessly
Slow at times, quick paced at times, overtime when they can...it is what it is...if you do your job and keep your nose clean youll be fine..contractors get laid off around june/july until aug and about mid december until mid to late january.
HUD1-Review Specialist (Former Employee) – Sacramento, CA – June 16, 2017
Reviewed HUD-1 settlement statements for accuracy and ensured the numbers matched government guidelines. The work day flowed due to the amount of details required to complete a settlement. Since this was a government contract we had to ensure all the information processed was correct and within regulations.
Taking strides towards improvement, but have a ways to go.
Insurance Worker (Current Employee) – Seattle, WA – June 3, 2017
Upper management does not seem to care. Lacking tools to dynamically evaluate market and insurance conditions. Structure of certain departments do not make sense and does not help employees grow and be motivated.
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Spokane, WA – September 7, 2016
I worked for PEMCO on two different occasions. The first time I thought I had gone to heaven as they treated the Sales staff and other employees so well. Catered meals, big bonus programs, alcohol at company functions, paid training trips to Seattle with expenses paid for meals and accommodations ect... The second time was still good but a lot of the old perks hadgone by the way side as PEMCO has become more and more of a call center environment. However, still a good experience for me. Great pay and benefits. Excellent facility. Good floor managers. Upper management could use a reality check. A really decent bunch of employees. Some of the nicest people I've had the pleasure to work with.
Excellent pay, great benefits, Two for one 401K match, gorgeous facility
call center work, schedule is micromanaged, high premiums