Workforce Administrative Assistant/Receptionist (Former Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – March 30, 2017
Greeted visitors at the front entrance, in person and escorting them to the appropriate parties Answer incoming calls on the attendance line and track and report absences/tardy occurrences to management. workplace environment was amazing hardest part was when our contract ended because it was seasonal
Licensed Insurance Agent (Former Employee) – Blue Bell, PA – December 9, 2016
Works with employees with all aspects of their assignment. Very caring and personable. Management is always on top of any issues that may arise with the assignment that you are currently working on. Always on time with requests about pay or the assignment that they have you working on.
Relaxed environment, professional supervisors and enjoyable co-workers.
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Blue Bell, PA – October 26, 2015
Fun place to work with supportive staff and co-workers. All employees were professional, pleasant and team oriented. The most enjoyable part of the job was helping the customer with the correct insurance choices.
Nice environment, good compensation, room for advancement
Outbound Sales Representative (Former Employee) – Blue Bell, PA – June 10, 2015
A typical day at work would be cold calling new and existing customers, letting them know about various internet services. I learned a lot about search engine optimization, local listings and various web development services. I was able to get along with management and my co-workers. The hardest part of my job was trying to upsell customers who were already happy with their current service. The most enjoyable part of the job was reaching/exceeding my quota and speaking with interested customers.
Friendly supervisor, cpmpensation, health package, nice environment
Reading the disclosure, password verification, travel distance
Inside Sales/Customer Service (Former Employee) – Blue Bell, PA – June 2, 2014
Working for Carney Group has been an expanding of my talents. I was given an opportunity to become an licensed insurance agent. I now have my life and health insurance license, and am well learned in Medicare, besides learning several crm computer tools.
I have made many new friendships and acquaintances while working for Carney Group.
Hardest part of this job is that it is seasonal work. Most enjoyable is that there is usually flexible scheduling.
CSR (Former Employee) – metro phila – April 11, 2013
How about you go through the interview process and report to work and after a day and a half, the supervisor comes to your desk and says " the call volume is down, please sign out in a half hour."
You already bought a monthly pass from septa( I take bus/train) to work. Then they tell you that things may change next week. Meanwhile you are out of work, bills, etc ( Duh Carney! ) and you call them and tell them you will be in on weds to pick up your check. After spending the money to get to-fro , you get there and the person you spoke to( On Monday payroll day) says" I made a mistake and mailed it out yesterday..( Duh Carney !!!)
I used to have respect for staffing agencies. Now they are WORSE than ambulance chasers ! At least The Blarney group is!!!!
Do yourself a favor and stick to the internet job boards...
A fortune 500 temporary job placement comany, that goes above and beyond for their workers
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Blue Bell, PA – October 26, 2012
The Carney group embraced me and provided me with the proper tools to be able to extend myself with confidence, into the workforce. I was trained to be able to speak with claiments regarding the diet drug fen-phen and the complications that came along with ingesting the drug, on a daily basis. I learned about the mitral and aortic valves, of the heart and how the components work. As well as, learning medical terminlogy along the way. I enjoyed the management team and how considerate and caring they were. I also have fond memories of my co-workers.....great group of people! The hardest part of this job was having to explain to some of the claiments that they were not entitled to any monetary benefits. But I always had great pleasure in explaining to them their negative echocardiogram results.... informing them that the diet drug did no damage to them was the most enjoyable part of the job.
flexible scheduling, holiday parties and birthday parties
no major benefits, e.g, no health insurance, 401k or paid vacation days
Customer Service (Former Employee) – Blue Bell, PA – September 7, 2012
A typical day at work come in log in open up my files to start making calls, enter data into the system after finishing up the call i was on that was a all day routine what i learned for the job was how to work independently taking responsible for my action, management was good understanding able to go to with your problems when you had a issue with anything, my co-workers always brought a smile to my face, there wasn't anything i felt hard with the job it was really easy to do in was really easy to learn how to do it i am still looking forward to being challenged in this stage in my life i have excitement to learn new things from those whom are willing to teach me, things i enjoyed was the office parties and being around my co-workers.
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Blue Bell, PA – May 31, 2012
A typical day at work there was interesting, no phone call was the same. There was always something different every day. I learned a great deal from co-workers and customers that would call in to make payments on their supplemental insurance coverage. My management team was awesome, they stood by you and backed you up with higher management. My co-workers were awesome as well because whenever you needed help or had a question they were willing to answer any question you had. I would have to say that the hardest part of my job was when I had a customer that was giving me a hard way to go the second that I answered the call, she was very nasty to me and she wouldn't give me any information that I needed in order to verify her account, she eventually did give the information that I needed along with information that I didn't need, then she requested to talk to a manager. I would have to say that the most enjoyable part of my job was when I got recognized by higher management for two different customers giving me praise to my managers and then my managers forwarding the messages to their managers.
Licensed Agent (Former Employee) – Blubell PA – March 20, 2012
Good place to work. Bluebell is accessible by Septa. worked on several projects over the years. Can work as much as you want. Onsite vending is not bad. Pretty lenient as far as QC goes, never had real trouble with phone quality scores. Managers are available although continuity with managers is an issue.
occasionally free pizza, bonus pay, jeans on weekends, adjustable work schedule, and weekly pay
short term work assignments, 2 months work after getting a license is not good.