Clerk (Former Employee) – Florida City, FL – July 13, 2018
I don’t have a lot of good things to note about this company. From day one it was very unprofessional was given the wrong start date. Communication is like working with a robot. They have taken all the aspects of daily interaction with an employee and made it widely impersonal. You will truly be chewed and spit out working with this company. Choose any other agency before this one. I hated the entire time. It is unfortunate because I actually really loved the client.
Project Manager (Current Employee) – Indianapolis, IN – June 27, 2018
This is just a job, not a career opportunity. Benefits are minimal and very expensive. Work is not challenging and pay is below scale. Great place to work if you are retired and just looking to make a few extra bucks.
Project Manager (Former Employee) – Indianapolis, IN – April 25, 2018
I, like others worked as a contractor. After 2 years on a contract I was asked to come in to discuss other opportunities, and my future with BC. A few days after the discussions, I was asked to come in to discuss a new opportunity. I was told my current assignment was being ended, and that they had several new opportunities for me. I went home, and a few days later, after repeated calls, I still had no response from them. Emails were met with, we are working on a few details.
Never heard another word from them. This told me all I need to know about BC Forward. They have no honor, and their word means nothing.
No honor. No one there to return your calls with an honest answer.
Content Review Analyst (Current Employee) – San Jose, CA – April 8, 2018
Over working here is good, however the pay is low. Also the job requires content changes based on the clients needs. The managers are not available to often and you could mainly context them via email.
SEARCH RANKING ANALYST (Former Employee) – Menlo Park, CA – March 13, 2018
- Included an easy and relaxing commute to and from the office - Great selection of edible goodies and drinks - Little time getting to know peers unless designated lunch-hours together - The duties itself were interesting, and left one curious to know how the engineering/process side of it all worked. - Hardest part of the job was being timed and scored everyday, with review on work completed the previous day. If you didn't hit a set # or go beyond that, you were called out and meetings were scheduled to discuss what was considered a discrepancy in the duties performed. Continued to miss the number and you were out. - Little to no benefits (contractor role, so easily understood) - Pay was little, but great opportunity for getting your "foot in the door"
The place I worked for was great, but BCforward as a contractor business is an organizational nightmare. It was impossible to get information about my (terrible and expensive) benefits, nobody would email me back if I had questions. I worked for BCforward for several clients at another company and I have great things to say about the company and nothing good to say about BCforward after working there for close to 3 years.
Someone at BCforward forgot to renew my contract so one day I showed up to work and couldn't even access the building. Things slip through the cracks and they aren't organized enough to care without putting a help desk ticket in to India and taking weeks for a reply to a simple benefit question.
Unless you're desperate for employment I'd suggest looking elsewhere.
No PTO, horrible/expensive benefits if you can even get an insurance card. Layoffs without notice even if your contract had already been extended. So lower job security even than other contractor positions.
Credentialing Specialist (Current Employee) – Indianapolis, IN – February 25, 2018
I liked the whole interview process it was okay i did not meet with the supervisor until I started. The whole experience was okay (meaning the assignment) but BC forward is Not a company for those with Career Adjective (meaning stability). The pay was low no paid time off no holiday pay, no guarantee. This is just my point of view and I was on the job for almost 3 years.
Medical Coder/Claims Processor/Appeals (Former Employee) – Louisville, TN – January 31, 2018
I loved the work atmosphere. The job was a bit intense and stressful for me, yet the supervisors and management made the environment a great place to work. The work was contract work, so I could not get benefits. I need to be able to have benefits and paid vacations and time off. There was no chance of these things while being a contract worker, so it was very stressful.
Ad Classification Review Agent (Current Employee) – Austin, TX – January 3, 2018
This place is a wonderful place to work while you are trying to figure things out. There is room to move up in the company, but also time to see if you are pursuing other things. The atmosphere is incredibly laid-back and easygoing. Most of the managers will work with you on your schedule.
Free lunches, Lots of downtime, Great environment
Benefits are not great if you are not a full-time employee
BUSINESS ANALYST (Current Employee) – Charlotte, NC – January 2, 2018
Good company, they sent me to do a contract for a very serious company with excellent work environment. I which there were a bit more contact with the recruiters and people in the office. The background check was intense, kind of did it several times. Compensation is fair