Insurance companies are deceitful scum who could care less about their policy holders....only money
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Any good jobs that can provide medical insurance?
Decided I couldn't wait for a real job because my unemployment was getting ready to run out and accepted a position through a staffing agency. When I applied I thought it was a job at the staffing agency, silly me. Anyway anyone who has worked through an agency knows you pretty much get nothing, no holiday pay, no sick or vacation time....nothing. And this lasts for 6 months if the business even decides to actually hire you. So now my doctor... see more
I was hired into a laid back atmosphere where I was welcomed and appreciated by management and fellow staff as well. I will always have great memories of my time there and of my going away send off by everyone there.
Go for it! They are great people and it is one of the best places I ever worked. You won’t be sorry.
Not bad really. No one got upset when I made a mistake (which I wasn’t used to). I was harder on myself than anyone in the office was.
No co-worker ever got mad at me, but an outside provider raised his voice and was very unpleasant. I kept my cool and did what I could to help. My manager heard the conversation and told me I did everything right.
It was a great place to work. Everyone helped others if they needed it and everyone was appreciated for their hard work.
I love working at Pacific Cross because I have a great degree of control and freedom within my job. I work full-time on a flexible schedule, both in and out-of-office, and my boss trusts me to produce high-quality work and results. I work hard to maintain that level of trust, which keeps me engaged and excited — but at the same time, I love that my job enables me to love and enjoy my other passions in life.
How does one find permanent employment these days that isn’t call center based?
I graduated college in the mid 90s with two useless bachelors degrees and immediately began office jobs. I then moved into insurance claims which I made good money doing. Unfortunately I became horrifically ill, had to go on long term medical leave and eventually lost my job.
After almost 2 years out of work, I found a temp job doing outbound calls for a call... see more