PC (Former Employee) – Concord, CA – December 14, 2018
This was a good place to get started in the INS industry. Change in management or lack of has resulted in all levels passing the buck and not taking accountability, always looking for someone to blame. They say they promote teamwork yet members of that team will throw you under the bus given the opportunity.
The employees here barely do their jobs and then get mad when they are made to do it properly.
My manager is super sweet, but she was never there to train me or teach me anything. She would notice that i needed to be trained but due to her traveling literally every other week, she wasn't able to train me.
No one works together and every one seems to have a terrible attitude.
Admin (Current Employee) – Towson, MD – November 3, 2018
Unless you are in with management you can expect to be treated like you do not exist. Except for the harassment dealt your way, you will be ignored belittled and discriminated against and it will be made obvious to you. It does not matter how much you have expressed you are willing to learn and advance in your position, opportunities to do so are consistently given to those that are favored by management and managements “right hand women”. There has been high turnover with employees over the past few years as well as unstable changing of hands in the executive areas making for untrustworthy working conditions.
Discrimination, harassment and hostile working environment. No room for growth
The management rarely listens to the employees when suggestions are made or issues are brought to their attention. HR is in Dallas so there is no one on site for employees to go to for help with management or co-worker issues. Employees are expected to obtain a certain level of job performance output without any OT, sometimes setting the employee up for failure.
District Sales Manager (Current Employee) – Portland, OR – October 1, 2018
Great working environment that has a good work/life balance. Provides benefits for employees and his/her dependents. Great company to work for. Management is very supportive and encourages advancement is career.
Conversion Data Analyst/Call Specialist (Former Employee) – Dallas, TX – August 27, 2018
Although I was a temp worker and working in a corporate environment, my rate was that of a fast food worker. I would suggest that they cut down on travel that is not necessary ( i.e video conferencing) and pay the workers a bit more.
Corporate Finance and Business Development (Former Employee) – Dallas, TX – July 31, 2018
I worked at BenefitMall a long time ago and the company has undergone many changes in services and in management since I was there. The folks I worked with were great and I have nothing but positive things to say about the company and the management that I know.
General Insurance Agent (Current Employee) – San Antonio, TX – July 18, 2018
Great management team. Busy industry during fourth quarter. Fast paced. Workload is very busy during fourth quarter and it is exhausting. On the flipside during the summer is a slower pace and able to take some vacation time and work shorter hours.
Operations Supervisor (Former Employee) – Tampa Bay, FL – June 26, 2018
There is no room for advancement with this company. Management is horrible . Workload is insane once the figure out you’re not one of the many lazy associates. The meetings are pointless and a waste of time , all they do is postpone the precious that could be used to assist their over schedule clients ! There are NEVER ANY MANAGERS available to readily assist on the floor when needed. They don’t distribute the workload appropriately. They give all of the hard workers the heavy workloads and let the slackers continue to be lazy. There’s even people there that literally don’t do anything but sit on their computer the entire day, when there’s more then clients to assist. The training class is a joke . We were trained by a unorganized, unprofessional “trainer”, who eventually left , but should have been fired because none of the trainees benefited from what she taught. Mind you they didn’t think to re-acess the class for additional training needs. The Director is pretty much obselete, and only talks to and interacts with the associates she chooses, UNLESS SHE needs something from you. The only good thing they did do was buy food for the associates , which is light considering what the employees have to deal with from the company. I’m really disappointed in this company because in the interview process they sell you a dream, as if you actually have room for advancement when there’s not even a slight hope. They have recently been bought out by another company and slowly looking to replace the employees they do have , with outsourced employees out of the country . My biggest regretmore... is wasting my valuable time with this company, when I could have been giving my hard work to company that truthfully appreciates it. Glad I made the decision to leave.less
Management does not get along well. My boss makes negative commments about other managers. There is no room for advancement, but even if there was my boss is afraid someone will take her position or learn more than her so she does not give much to training her employees and helping them to succeed. She also shows favortism to a certain employee in the department.There is more emphasis on employee activities than there is on higher pay, better benefits, better training, and better systems. But obviously its cheaper to increase employee activities such as playing silly games in the middle of the day than it is to have better pay/benefits, etc.
Great Place to work for inexperience individuals to learn
Tax Support Specialist (Former Employee) – Miramar, FL – May 15, 2018
BenefiMall is great place to work for those that are starting their careers. Good people and great atmosphere. Promotions are rare due to may of those positions that are filled and not likely they will be available soon. But you can gain valuable experiences thru training and the experience of long term employees that currently work there.
You will learn to maintain a very professional environment with clients but dress in a business casual atmosphere.