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Benefitfocus is a great company that values people, culture, and innovation. As a Benefit Administrator I enjoy helping clients find solutions, providing customer service, technical support, working with a team and more. I look forward to helping people and enjoy the continued training that is provided to help us improve.

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You need better managers. They need to know the product the company has created and supports. Don't head hunt a director who doesn't know what they are doing or hire a manager who hasn't ever managed or held a high level job before.

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It is very difficult to get help from team leaders

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OK you can't seem to change your shift even if there is one available

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Internal recruiter contacted me. Finding a good culture fit was my number one priority and I was impressed by how different they were. Credentials are important when interviewing and their training is detailed and extensive but important. It's important for them to ensure you're a good culture fit also.

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You never know when a project will become a permanent position. It's like they use your skills and then put you back where you were.

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Create a management program and hold managers to higher standards. Improve training so from day 1 the employees know how to do their job better.

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Proud. They're the best in the industry

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I didn't apply for the job. A recruiter called me, asked me was I interested after telling me a bunch of half truths. Went in to fill in the application then went to orentation

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