Compliance Specialist (Former Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – May 28, 2015
My experience with SCF Arizona began in 1986 when the organization was still a department of the State of Arizona. Eventually they went through several growth and privatization efforts they became an independent mutual insurance company now called CopperPoint Mutual Insurance Company in 2013 just after I left them. The pay was great. The management competent but a little aggressive. They are an LGBT friendly employer. My average day began with me working on my computer. Managing all Claims reporting systems. Preparing for and conducting management data meetings. The hardest part of the job was keeping all the balls in the air at all times. The most enjoyable part was the closeness employees felt for each other.
Excellent pay, Ability to create niche job (for me anyway), Good benefits. Very nice work place ammenities.
Aggressive management with very high standards of performance.
Mail Room Clerk/Payroll Keying (Former Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – March 17, 2014
SCF Arizona is a well established company that knows where it is at as a company.
The unfortunate part is that there's typically not a lot of promotion or advancement for lower level employees due to employees that work positions for 20+ years. It's wonderful to see these people love their job so much, but it's difficult as a lower employee to make it long term without much advancement.
The greatest thing about the company is the job security and the management. You can comfortably come to work, know that there is a job to do, and do it without micromanagement.
Interesting to work in the workers compensation arena.
Utilization Review Nurse (Former Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – February 3, 2014
A typical day is providing nursing assessment on cases to the adjustors and consulting with the Medical Director on all cases that did not meet established guidelines for medical treatment. I learned the importance of of fostering a good working relationship between SCF and external partners. The management team and co-workers were focused on doing the right thing. The hardest part of the job was reviewing bills. The most enjoyable part of the job was educational in-services.
Customer Service Underwriter (Former Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – September 1, 2013
This company looks the other way to favoritism. If you complain, you are then blackballed! They preach to have all the same goals and values as other successful companies. But it's just lip service.I have never seen a company so top heavy in my life! Sure the executives are happy, but if the employees are not, your singled out, black balled and eventually forced to quit or be fired! This place is awful!
Training (Former Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – August 20, 2013
The organization focuses more on making upper management happy and compensated compared to the entry-level employees. There were no raises for three years in a row, and healthcare premiums kept increasing, yet brand new director positions were created.
on site healthcare
favoritism, reduced insurance coverage, low morale, instability, cut backs, and no raises for many years.
Document Control Analyst (Former Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – August 22, 2012
Constantly busy working on different material such as scanning, sorting, filing, indexing medical reports and bills. Learning different task was normal some departments needed help with initiating claims and certificate of insurance. The people there were extremely friendly and willing to teach.
friendly co-workers, organized, knowledge of work, charity
lunch, management, no raises, reasoning ability, work under stress