claims billing (Former Employee) – Chula Vista, CA – April 22, 2018
100% Micro-Managed. If you like the fact that you're being watched constantly then this is the place for you. Makes it very hard to concentrate on your work. Went to my manager one day with a question and her assistant rolled her eyes at me. Totally unprofessional. Stay away from this place. Not compensated enough for all the work that's handed to you. I would not recommend this place to anyone.
Medical Claims Processor (Former Employee) – chula vista ca – October 18, 2017
WORK PLACE CULTURE WAS GREAT ALWAYS OFFERING SNACKS TO employees, very up beat. management is very approachable, the hardest part of the job is staying awake sometimes it can be very quiet. the most enjoyable part of the job they always celebrate all holidays
Help Desk Supervisor (Current Employee) – Chula Vista, CA – September 16, 2017
A dream job for an IT professional in regard to the type of work and training available. Available funding for projects is never a concern.
The culture, however, could be compared to that of family run business. Decisions and ideas bottleneck at the matriarchal CEO that has held the reins for over 25 years. Business practices are primitive at best.
IHA Scheduler (Former Employee) – Chula Vista, CA – June 2, 2017
I wasn't there for too long but what I got to see was that this company loves to have fun! All year round they have activities for all the staff members. Specially during the summer they have ice popsicles every Friday and BBQs. Work is also very productive.
Account Executive (Former Employee) – Chula Vista, CA – March 23, 2016
The compensation is the only good thing about this company. There's a lot of politics and games you have to endure to make it here. The CEO and management are not trustworthy and will try to buy your vote with food and treat. It's a small company so you'll have to learn and do a lot more here.
Referral's Specialist (Current Employee) – Chula Vista, CA – September 1, 2015
My days either consisted of being a Cashier or Sales Operator for the day. As Cashier I did a lot of Cash handling, checking out customers and credit card applications. As Sales Operator I answered all phone lines for the store and assisted both over the phone and in person with customers with their orders. Delegated phone lines to correct departments if needed and helped supervisors with any research they might need me to do.
Case Manager (Former Employee) – Chula Vista, CA – August 11, 2015
What I learned at CHG will translate into any future employment.
Communication Skills: Case managers need to talk with clients and understand their needs. You will also need to speak with others on your client's behalf, and act as an advocate for them. Good listening skills, and speaking in an understandable way and being a good communicator is crucial.
Compassion: Case managers will be working with people who are sometimes in dire situations or going through difficult transitions. Being compassionate to their situation and working with them in a positive way will help them make good forward strides.
Time-Management and Organizational Skills: Case managers have multiple clients with various needs and are in various stages of need. There is a lot of paperwork that will need to be filled out and you will be working with government officials, as well as other workers. You will need to be organized and efficient with your time.
Problem-Solving Skills: Clients are looking for someone to help them find solutions to their problems. You will need to think critically and clearly about their situations to find solutions.
Business Data Analyst (Former Employee) – Chula Vista – April 9, 2015
Managers pick favorites. There are too much politics. You have to question the company when the CEO is Married to the COO and the CEO is too busy sending emails with inspirational quotes rather than ensuring that the managers are behaving accordingly.
REFERRAL CASE MANAGER (Current Employee) – California – March 31, 2015
just imagine having CEO who is married to COO.This company the culture is terrible. There is no solid structure. professionals are not being treated well. Professionals resigned for the past 1 year were 12