A Big Company with a Small Company feel
Regional Manager (Current Employee) – Argyle, TX – December 11, 2016
I started as a surveillance investigator with no knowledge of the industry. After a few years, I was one of the top investigators. Out of the blue, and unexpectedly, they offered me a management position in their home office.
There have been some ups and downs since I’ve become a manager but 95% all positive. There’s a lot of movement (expect change) within the regions, but most of it is due to growth. The company has probably quadrupled in management staff since I was initially hired.
A typical day of work involves working alone in your office, managing your case files, reviewing reports, talking to your investigators, and talking to clients. The majority of your case files are your files and will be handled by you 99% of the time. The most enjoyable part of the job is figuring out problems. The hardest part of the job is getting the clients to answer the phone or e-mails.
The health benefits are so/so, but some of the other benefits are good. I’ve taken several CE courses and received numerous certifications, all of which were reimbursed by the company and recognized in my evaluations.
The bottom line with this company: It’s a big company, but still has a small company feel to it. If you’re good at your job (visiting investigators/visiting clients/getting results) and you work hard, you will be rewarded with monthly bonuses, annual bonuses, promotions, etc. If you’re not good at your job, then don’t expect that much.
Advancement, CE Reimbursement, Great Co-workers
Health Insurance for Family