Taking the brunt of working with a failing company
Managed Care Representative (Former Employee) – Memphis, TN – November 3, 2016
First off, you have to be completely comfortable with the concept of returning hurt and ill workers to their jobs before they have completely healed. That's how Sedgwick makes all of their money. Sounds simple, but if you think about what you REALLY do for a living, it can keep you up at night. Next, management only cares about the bottom line--not you, your co-workers, their customers or clients. You will always desperately need resources and management will constantly promise you them--you'll never get them. You'll get paid VERY well, but will work more and more hours than you expect because they're constantly short-staffed. You'll get tons of PTO, but will seldom be approved to take any of it and the company will just take it back from you at the end of the year.
Great pay, PTO; average benefits
No work/life balance, mgmt not supportive, people are treated like numbers, not people