Great cultural diversity and a very balance work force
Answered - Provider Relations Consultant (Current Employee) - Grand Rapids, MI
More than 3/4 of my technology team are contractors including team supervisors. Every year in late fall they purge contractors during budget season in a fairly random way. In between, many leave for greener pastures. There are many smart and pleasant co-workers, but you will only know them briefly.
Answered - Lead UX Designer (Current Employee) - Detroit, MI
I worked in the smaller St Petersburg office. The sales representatives were professional and committed to excellence. Everyone was friendly and helped each other.
Answered - Medicare Sales (Former Employee) - Saint Petersburg, FL
Can be highly stressful depending on area and management in that area.
Answered - QUALITY PERFORMANCE ANALYST (Former Employee) - Michigan
Typical corporate America. Casual Fridays and free coffee. Layers of bureaucracy, slow to make changes in response to customer needs or what the employees say is needed.
Answered - QA Analyst II / Test Lead (Current Employee) - Detroit, MI
For me it depended on who you were interacting with at any given time. It could be open or excluded
Answered - Team Leader (Former Employee) - Detroit, MI
Degrading with a touch of self-indulgence
Answered - Senior Instructional Designer (Former Employee) - Detroit, MI
Answered - Data Verification Specialist (Current Employee) - Detroit, MI
In my training class in particular there were always coworkers arguing and even about to fight
Answered - sutherland healthcare services (Former Employee) - Coral Springs, FL
Certain departments were busier than others. Overall great atmosphere
Answered - CSR I (Former Employee) - Detroit, MI Bricktown