IT Infrastructure Analyst Intern (Former Employee) – Pittsburgh, PA – December 11, 2017
A large portion of my experience as an intern here was me sitting in a cubicle with another intern resolving incredibly mundane IT issues. We tried to seek out additional work and responsibilities, but the team simply did not have time for interns and us and our learning experience were left to the wayside.
Analyst (Current Employee) – Pittsburgh, PA – October 16, 2017
high turn over-unlimited OT, under staffed, work weekend occasionally, supportive supervisor , poor management above. expectations are too high. Company is good but it is hard to transfer. I would love to stay within but not in my current position.
Appeals Analyst (Current Employee) – Pittsburgh, PA – October 9, 2017
i worked here for a year and half and the department i worked in was ran very poorly. My supervisor had no clue what she was doing. there was a lot of favoritism if you didnt not work at the previous company they came from you were treated terrible and not acknowledged
Member Services (Current Employee) – Pittsburgh, PA – September 8, 2017
There is a lot of favoritism. They promote their friends and force others out of the company. Public humiliation is common place for the management team. Discrimination does exist if you are not of color. The hardest part of the job is trying to fit into the work culture.
Practicing Care Coordinator (Current Employee) – Wilmington, DE – May 30, 2017
I work for the section of Highmark Health Options in Delaware. The management of this company stinks! There is limited communication between upper management to other employees. They claim they are open to new ideas, they are only open to new ideas from their favorite employees. There is no room for advancement unless you are a favorite employee. This is an extremely fasted paced and forever changing workplace. What is ok to do one day is not ok to do the next day, changes without notice. No back up/support from supervisors. There is no room autonomy, very micromanaged!
Human Resources Assistant/Analyst (Former Employee) – Pittsburgh, PA – April 4, 2017
Large company that cared about its employees and diversity. But favoritism could be used in regards to promotions, increases, etc. The company stayed on top of growing trends and implemented those changes.