Fun job if you can handle being able to eork under stressful conditions.
Site Supervisor (Former Employee) – Florida – October 4, 2018
Travel opportunities, trainings, and team building exercises. Personal and professional growth. Will definitely learn alot about people. Promoted in house (not always fair). However one of the most rewarding positions I've ever had, definitely the must memorable.
Outreach Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Nashville, TN – September 11, 2018
It's contract work, the assignment could end at any time. management could use more training the work place culture is good the hardest part of this job was not knowing if and when the assignment will end.
General Clerk II (Former Employee) – Wentzville, MO – September 11, 2018
i felt that i was able to contribute in resolving some issues the consumers were having and learning how to deal positively with different situations. Also, i was able to work with various group of people and being able to fit in any situation there is.
Fast paced, competitive office, offers good benefits.
General Clerk III (Former Employee) – Rogers, AR – August 23, 2018
Process ACA applications via computer only. Information security is priority. Speed of work and precision entry of data necessary. High pressure to meet goals and priorities of management, which sometimes change on a daily basis.
Assisted consumers in resolving all issues regarding their Affordable Care Act applications, which gave me a good sense of helping others.
The company seems very ethical but communication is horrible. There is no real leadership or guidance. The good thing is no one ever bothers you from leadership to make sure you are progressing but on the other hand you just feel lost in the firm and totally disconnected. It's a great place to work I believe, it's probably the organization that sets the tone, which I don't believe is the overall tone of the Company. I am very impressed with the CEO
Office Clerk III (Former Employee) – Lawton, OK – August 4, 2018
Micro management is a real thing, the job is tedious, and even if you're a top performer you still get blamed and "punished" for others' mistakes. It paid well, for the area. Management had their pow-wows with each other, but did not help employees grow or want to stay. Everything was so negative, and they held our jobs above our heads. No wonder they lost the contract.
Case Analyst II (Former Employee) – Nashville, TN – June 18, 2018
Great work life balance, but a very shady company. They make major life changing changes and only inform their favorites until the last minute such as lay offs and pay increases. Very messy and high school like. The environment is so tense and uncomfortable. You might get picked on for saying "hey" to someone that morning.
Call Center Trainer (Former Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – June 6, 2018
This was perhaps the worst professional experience of my entire life. Management completely deferred to local supervisor and was only present to execute discipline, terminations, or lay offs.Worse yet, these activities frequently took place via conference call when jobsite was less than a 30 minute commute from corporate office. Local supervisor was inept at best, dictatorial, an ego maniac, and fostered a cutthroat environment where juvenile antics were rewarded.If I could give a lower rating I would.
Data Entry Clerk (Former Employee) – Lawton, OK – June 5, 2018
The pay was decent for Lawton, Ok but their was no job security. Management was very poor. There was a very diverse place to work which I like. The hours was good and I really enjoyed the type of work that I was doing.