Environment of learning and assisting constiuents of NYC
Principal Administrative Associate (Former Employee) – New York, NY – February 27, 2018
Assisting co-workers and clients with daily review and approval of benefits. What I learned is you will never know what may happen in life. Management could be taxing. Hardest part of the job could be motivating staff. The hardest part of the job the long hours. The most enjoyable part of the job is knowing you did you best to help others.
Legal Fellow (Former Employee) – New York, NY – December 20, 2017
This is a decent place to work. The attorneys there are interested in teaching and they are collaborative. The people are friendly and you can work on different things without having to feel stuck in one area.
Clerical Associate LV III (Former Employee) – New York, NY – October 30, 2017
If you are a person of intellect and needs to be challenged, here is not the place for you. Its the same thing everyday and the attitudes of the women that work there just makes the day even harder. would never recommend but if you have to by all means work with precaution.
Extremely heavy workload if you are not an organized person.
Eligibility Specialist II (Former Employee) – 1910 Monterey Ave. Bx, NY – February 2, 2017
I would interview approx 15 - 20 clients daily face to face. All the while having to answer phone calls. Would have to work overtime to complete cases and issue benefits in a timely manner which was okay if we were actually getting paid overtime.
Finance Intern (Former Employee) – New York, NY – January 4, 2017
This job was an internship for my Accounting degree. I learned much about Microsoft Office and was able to learn much about Microsoft Excel and the features in it. My co-workers kept me busy when my supervisor wasn't around and they always made instructions clear.
Senior Fraud Investigator (Former Employee) – New York, NY – January 23, 2016
This job was an easy job with good benefits and good hours. However, it could be a lot better if management was better. People should not forget where they came from while climbing the ladder. The manager I had did not treat people right. That is one of the reasons why I left and they still don't care. There are many unprofessional people who work there too. You can not tell the difference between some of the clients and the staff. Nepotism too.