Help Desk Support (Current Employee) – Reston, VA – May 4, 2012
The job did not meet my expectation needless to say. The people were very nice however the work was not what i thought it would be. Very different from the job description. I enjoyed my stay however their was definite room to expand my horizons
Volunteer position at Prism, limited to Stocking and inventory, Material Handling, and other Warehouse related work. Typical day at work - Very busy, but I had no trouble whatsoever accepting and performing any various duties.
Front Desk Volunteer (Former Employee) – Golden Valley, MN – July 24, 2018
PRISM is an awesome place to learn a general administrative support role. I learned a lot about the job that I want to do. It is an awesome place to work because you know that you are apart of something that is meaningful and that helps support the community. If I could have supported my family doing the work that I was doing, I would have stayed there.
Medical Transcriptionist (Former Employee) – Mechanicsburg, PA – July 15, 2018
Transcription for 6 doctors, all of which were excellent to work with and great office team. Sometimes there would be IME's that needed to be done pronto and there was overtime given also weekend transcription was available for notes to the hospital charts.
Loved every part of the job and associates
Transcription was sent to India and that eliminated my job after 13 years
Employee (Current Employee) – Meadville, PA – October 4, 2017
When I first started there it was challenging and i could rely on my supervisor for help if need but as time went on something changed and people started moving around to different positions and my supervisor got moved down to maintenance tech. From then on the department went down hill and keeps going down cause the new manager is not keeping up with what is going on.
The company is all about "clicks" with no regard to education, experience or job performance. The current manager of client access is poor at her job, and does not know how to manage people. She is great with computers but is not a people person.
Receptionist (Former Employee) – Golden Valley, MN – July 27, 2017
This was my second job ever. I had to call and remind the older citizens about a transportation appointment.I learned all my office skills from there.My manager was awesome she was understanding and helpful.
Landscaper (Former Employee) – Burley, ID – May 10, 2017
Being a landscaper I learned many things from planting flowers, pulling weeds, pruning shrubs, to mowing lawns and edging. It was a great experience that will help me for when I decide to landscape my own home.
Telemarketer (Former Employee) – Ida Grove, IA – October 7, 2016
This job was always the same thing. It was reading off the same screen over and over. It was very hard to hear when others were talking in the background. You also got monitored and reviewed by a few calls.
Product Specialist I / Business Analyst (Former Employee) – Kansas City, MO – July 5, 2016
NAIC / NIPR catered to their employees. They treated us just like customers so they tried to accommodate us. They promoted within and wanted to see their employees advance in the company, by offering training classes and certifications. They offered flexible hours and days. They gave awards for recognitions and employee appreciation days. Bring your baby to work programs and other great incentives. If my department never got laid off I would still be working with NAIC/NIPR because it was a great company!
Fellow (Former Employee) – Oxford, OH – April 8, 2016
A typical day at Prism was enjoyable. I spent most of my time working alongside my colleagues to create a 10-step public relations plan for our client. Over the six month process we formed a plan that helped increase membership for a retired living community. As with most jobs there were hardships. Working to agree on a plan of action took temperance. However, receiving a personalized letter from the client on how they enjoyed our ideas was rewarding.