The company touts "industry leading compensation". Are they any better than most companies in the industry and is there a "strong" bonus program per each job for the project manager that's actually achievable?
If you’re good at being a core claims project manager you can potentially make 6 figures and that position is treated as entry level, we hire people with no experience and train them regularly. Our mitigation technicians can work overtime in order to compensate for a lower commission structure which might not seem ideal to every type of person but the hard work truly pays off. If you get an entry level position in an administrative role compensation varies and might not always feel as fair
What is the average number of hours per week that it takes to perform a project managers job. The company is 24/7 response ready....is there a separate first response team or are you as a PM on call nights, weekends, holidays etc.?
Project managers are usually expected to answer their phone until around 7 PM, but they are not on call. They usually work a minimum of 50 hours per week. There are designated on call technicians that work nights and weekends.
Busy- unless you were a PM that would spend an hour + everyday in the warehouse playing ping pong.
I had my first phone interview, but I want to know how the whole interview process works. I heard of it being two phone interviews and a face to face, but I don't know
1 phone, 3 face to face an offer than 1.5 months before being brought on.
Was told multiple times I’d go to VA for training- 12 months later that had never happened and I was being written up for not knowing company procedures- that I wasn’t trained on.