Field Inspector (Former Employee) – Louisiana – March 15, 2018
They want hours of your time, a premium audit and when you figure in your vehicle cost ; you are working for minimum wage. They do not have enough work so you are driving all over town to make a lousy $10.00.
Poor compensation. Too much required and too little paid.
work load was not suffient to sustain profitability
Inspector (Former Employee) – Tyler texas – July 16, 2018
The years spent at York started out profitable, however the work load dwindled down to where it was no longer profitable. Management was pleasant work was enjoyable. If work was available in Dallas Texas which is where I started, I was never assigned work there which stopped being assigned after about a year. If I could work in the metro plex area as well as Tyler I would still be working.
FIELD COORDINATOR (Current Employee) – Florida – October 4, 2017
New employee and have received great training in Louisiana. Very nice and yet stop to have some laughs. All of the employees are nice and the management is quite nice as well. All the employees are helpful and management is certainly approachable. I was provided with great equipment to work at home temporarily. Until a nearby office opened. Is is a hectic work schedule and lots of work but the pleasant office made it seem manageable.
Premium Auditor (Current Employee) – Field – February 21, 2017
In regards to Premium auditor and QC Reviewer work - Independent Contractors: York is a great company to work for as a contractor doing physical audits or audit review. The flexibility they provide is wonderful and allows a good work/life balance. The one thing to understand before coming to work here is that this is not a place to learn how to do premium audit work. You are an independent contractor and mostly left on your own and expected to understand the job and get it done. There is no training or a lot of information provided. You are expected to already know the stuff and use those skills to do the job. Managers are usually pretty helpful and easy to get along with (there are always exceptions as is the same everywhere). I have had great relationships with them and feel that they are always willing to help and if they don't know an answer, they will find out.
Worked as a 10-99 Contractor. Most of the work orders were within days of being past due. Wrong contact names addresses and phone numbers were the rule not the exception. Spent a lot of time on site to complete the inspection to their rules.
Their staff reviewer would not read the full inspection report and view all the photos. Had a large number of call backs due to misreading the inspection report. The reviewer was not familiar with ISO regulations.
Spent too much time tracking down the insured to set an appointment. Almost every inspection order contained major misinformation regarding the risk. Wanted a full building inspection for a product liability policy.
Large turnover in this area. Always advertising for inspectors on a weekly basis due to the way the inspector is treated.
Loss Control Consultant (Former Employee) – Lafayette, LA – July 4, 2016
As a Loss Control Consultant for over 10 years, This is the one of the companies to definately be aware of! There is a lot of management turnover here. As of today, 260 Job openings across the US. Management is very disrespectful towards their consultants. If management would be stable and respect their consultants it would be very hard to be an independent contractor with this company simply because there would not be any openings. I worked with this company for over 4 years and had over 10 supervisors. Pay is real well, however they ask you to travel a 250 mile radius regardless of your normal route or territory.