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What are the working hours for those who telecommute and is there flexibility to meet both employee and employers needs?


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The working hours will change based on the position. For information on a specific role, please reach out to our recruiters during our chat hours.

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There is flexibly of not only working remotely but also time spent. We were responsible for our book of business and clean accounts.

Answered - Senior Billing Analyst (Former Employee) - Oldsmar, FL

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7Am to 4pm or 9am to 5pm.

Answered - Customer Care Provider (Former Employee) - Pittsburgh, PA

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Not sure of telecommute. Flexibility in schedule is based on business needs. People who have promoted to other departments and earlier schedules have been pulled back to original department within days even months of training completion due to short-handedness of the prior department.. No consideration of their individual knowledge growth and desire to learn new departmental tasks.

Answered - Supervisor (Current Employee) - OHIO

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The telecommuting was great and met employees needs

Answered - Customer Service (Former Employee) - New Hartford, NY

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8.5h if you want you can take breaks, but productively you need to work for 8.5

Answered - Senior Software engineer (Current Employee) - Maryland Heights, MO

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Excessive amount of paper work and computer work. Redundant work that could be streamlined and made simple for the nurses that have to spend hours after the visits are done at home completing everything on their time frame. I worked many a night to 10pm to complete work but still did not finish. It is excessive and ridiculous.

Answered - Service Coordinator (Former Employee) - Waco, TX

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