Productive, fun environment, inner-office opportunities
General Office Assistant (Former Employee) – Lansing, MI – August 14, 2017
The office cohorts and management were very kind, understanding, and motivating. They provided opportunities to learn and be inclusive with the team. Communication with team members needed to improve, but overall a great work environment.
Good place to work with decent job security and benefits, but below average compensation
Senior Departmental Analyst (Current Employee) – Lansing, MI – August 8, 2017
Interesting work. Every day was a new challenge. Rarely boring. The office environment has changed over time, sometimes better, sometimes worse. The state is a good place to gain experience. The pay is okay to start with, especially considering the 401k matching and health benefits, but once you've maxed out your pay scale, there are few opportunities for advancement.
Great learning experience for a customer service job
Secretary of State Worker (Former Employee) – Escanaba, MI – August 1, 2017
Assists state citizens with vehicle and recreational vehicle titling, registration, and driver’s license distribution as well as alternative forms of identification. Also processing voter registration. I learned a great deal about state law and regulations for all of the above. Management was superb, made sure every base was covered. Workplace culture was supportive and positive The hardest part of the job was understanding the needs and requests of the customers who were used to more seasoned employees. The most enjoyable part of the job was working on a hands-on, fast-paced position.
Benefits offered, great advancement opportunities, elite branch management
Low hours to start with little options for to get more hours
Home Health Aide (Former Employee) – Battle Creek, MI – July 27, 2017
I had a very loveable young man that I took care of from the time he was born till the day he passed away in 2015. I used a feeding pump, hoyer lift, he had many mental and physical disabilities and even after many surgeries and a stroke he was such a go getter and I extremely loved the job with him and miss him
Service Coordinator (Former Employee) – Lansing, MI – July 25, 2017
This was an enlightening group of jobs, I performed several different jobs with the state. Some days, I traveled to different counties. Some days, I testified in court. A typical was documenting details at my desk and attending meeting. Management was involved and helpful. Workplace culture was enriching and continuous learning. The harding part of the job was involved the weather. The hardest part of the job was dealing with people who sometimes do not want your help. The most enjoyable experience was working with the vast variety of people. The most enjoyable part was helping and building relationships. I learned that I can not save and fix this society as an individual. I can be apart of the solution. I was able to self-manage and perform what was needed. The work place culture was different everyday
Eligibility Specialist (Former Employee) – Benton Harbor, MI – July 21, 2017
Caseload per person is unreasonable as expectations do not reflect the amount of work that can be done in an 8 hour day. Personal relationships that develop over time are valuable and help offset the daily grind. Being well organized, self-motivated and a great multitasker are all must haves for this job.
do not work here (Former Employee) – Dover, DE – July 18, 2017
Assesses the appropriateness of inpatient admission and coordinates the correct placement of patients. Works in collaboration with physicians, nurses, case managers, physician assistants, to facilitate the placement of patients in the appropriate service-based units. Provides general health information and physician/service referrals. Facilitates regional physician access to Spectrum Health resources, including consultations and patient transfers. Proficient use of Cerner, Epic, CECC, Cisco, and Outlook.
Medical claims reviewer (Former Employee) – Lansing, MI – July 14, 2017
Pay was good would increase every few months. People very helpful when you needed some assistance. I worked with Medicare and Medicaid claims. I had to process claims some that where passed the time for filing and others that needed additional information in order to be processed. This was done through a monthly generated report.
Compassion for the needy in a fast pace environment.
Assistant Payment Worker (Current Employee) – Saginaw, MI – July 6, 2017
High demand for excellent customer service. People who apply for programs are usually in dire immediate need. We have to have a high level of professionalism and at the same time follow strict policy. Constant communication and application processing with management, staff and the public. Maintain a high level of integrity.
Flexible family time
High volume of applicant and stress to process applications timely.
Word Processing Assistant (Current Employee) – Lansing, Michigan – July 6, 2017
Would recommend to anyone. The job is stable it has good benefits and there's opportunity to move around from County to Count there's opportunity to move around from County to County. There's nothing about the job that's is not appealing to someone who's trying to achieve stability, plan for retiremen plan for retirement, and expand on their skills. The people are good people because they're screamed by the application process.