Low pay, and a general lack of transparency, attempts to cover it up with "culture"
Benefits Administrator (Current Employee) – North Charleston, SC – May 17, 2016
I was brought on as a contractor for Open Enrollment for 2015. We were advised that after 6 months those of us who made it past the cuts would be brought on and would receive a significant pay raise. It took over 8 months to actually be converted to full time, and at that time the pay was SIGNIFICANTLY less than what we were told in the beginning. Along the way, break times were cut to just 15 minutes for the entire day, half of what many other companies offer. Free soda machine was implemented a few months in, but to compensate the vending machine prices of healthier options like calorie-free Vitamin Water was increased nearly 800%. Training is lackluster, you will likely be very unprepared going into it.Overall, a poor experience and I would not recommend it.
Free coffee, ping pong table, manager/team were good people
Low pay, low break times, little transparency