Medical Billing Specialist (Former Employee), Roanoke, VA – August 10, 2014
I enjoyed the freedom to work independently. Management was understand and flexible. The work environment was great, wonderful coworkers. I chose to leave this position only because I finished my degree and moved into my field of study.
Oracle DBA (Former Employee), Wheatridge – August 5, 2014
Cons: overwork employees
Driven by inflexible upper management. The hardest part of the job was the excessive workload, working 24 hour shifts at times, and a lot of weekends. My co-workers were very talented and committed to getting the job done. The job wasn't enjoyable.
Information Technology Employee (Current Employee), Jacksonville, FL – August 4, 2014
Pros: flexibility to work from home if your manager / director allows.
Cons: too many "bad" chiefs not enough "good" indians/chiefs.
Things are not very organized from a project level. Salary scale is pretty low compared to peers in the highest percentile otherwise performance bonuses are pretty good if you manage to score a certain percentage on your review.
Good company if you can deal with the politics on a grander scale than small to mid size companies.
Pretty good company – more... as far as what it tries to do for employees. – less
payroll and helper (Former Employee), North Charleston, SC – August 4, 2014
Pros: being the only female always got special treatment
Cons: when it rained and the house didnt have a roof we were unable to work
We started every morning by going to the supply store sometimes i would go alone. he met his crew at the resident we were working at and gave everyone their duties. On fridays i would handle pay roll and we had weekend off.
A/R specialist Medical billing (Current Employee), Queensbury, NY – July 31, 2014
Pros: learning how to bill
Cons: not enought pay
My typical day at McKesson is being tossed 100 files that need to be done with little pay. I've learned how to bill the insurance, correct claims, call the insurance and take incoming calls. The management is bad. No one is on the same page. The peopple I work with are great and they all talk about how bad the pay and they are stressed. The hardest – more... part of my job is getting put on incoming calls so i cant get any of my files done. Nothing is enjoyable about this job. You cant say good morning to someone without getting talked to – less
SAP Security and GRC consultant (Current Employee), Dallas, TX – July 29, 2014
Pros: office timings
• Hand on experience in SAP Security, for User and Profile Maintenance. • User administration involving creation/deletion/locking/modifying users. • Configuration of System parameters. • Assigning missing authorizations as per the user’s requirement. • Worked with User Information System, creating and changing users and assigning users to roles. • Generated – more... and maintained authorizations and authorization profiles based on existing roles. • Copying and Modifying SAP-Provided User Role Templates and also created a set of custom user role templates. – less
Picker (Former Employee), Urbancrest, OH – July 28, 2014
Pros: the overtime pay
Cons: to many hours
A typical day at work was picking orders. I learned how to use a wrist type RF scanner. The management was fine but didn't want to disclose quitting time. I liked my co-workers; I more or less had to because I was with them more then I was at home. The hardest part of the job was climbing stairs all day long. The most enjoyable was laughing and having – more... a good time with my co-workers. – less
Senior Medical Biller Specialist (Current Employee), Somerset,NJ – July 27, 2014
Serve as a key member of interdisciplinary healthcare team for medical practice. Assist several accounts such as Anesthesia, Orthopedic, Pediatrics, Physicians’, Foot & Ankle Physicians and Bronx & Lebanon Hospital to have a smooth daily functioning