Physical Evaluation Board Liaison Officer (PEBLO) (Current Employee) – Keesler AFB, MS – 5 December 2017
I have enjoyed working for this contract company for the last 1 1/2. the benefits & insurance are good but unfortunately the contracted salary was very poor, it was actually a pay decrease from the previous year. The managers are very professional and helpful, they respond to inquires in a timely manner. I really enjoy my job and working for this company.
Referral Management Clerk (Former Employee) – Edwards AFB, CA – 9 January 2018
I will NEVER work for this company again. They pay is awful, the benefits are not affordable. There is NO paid time off. If you try to ask why you are doing a job that is outside of your job description, they will change your job description.
Billing & Enrollment Specialist (Former Employee) – Omaha, NE – 17 December 2017
rarely saw management - relied on team leads - job requires long periods of sitting and employees had to monitor every minute of their work day including work, personal restroom breaks, lunch and regular breaks, cell phones not allowed
Medical Appointment Clerk (Current Employee) – Travis AFB, CA – 15 November 2017
It was a quick process to get hired. Pay is ok, better than other companies. Absolutely no room for advancement, raise or anything of that sort. Management and supervisors are nice for the most part. If you're looking for a full time M-F job with holidays off this is the one for you. Being a contractor is a bit scary because every September you have to worry if the company will win the contract or if you're getting laid off.
Inpatient Coder (Current Employee) – Fairfield, CA – 4 November 2017
Wouldn't negotiate pay or PTO (only four hours a payday) when they got new contract. The medical benefits are too expensive for what is offered, over 500 dollars a month for a single person. Thankfully the people/place I actually work at makes it worthwhile.
The management where I actually work and the people I work with.
Medical Records Technician (Former Employee) – WP Air Base, OH – 18 October 2017
Worked on a Military installation and as a contractor you are there to pick up what the military does not complete. The issue is that Military personnel only spend a maximum of 3 hours a day actually doing what the office requires due to Military regulations and training, so the contractors actually did all the work.
Unrealistic expectations, lack of management on base
Medical Evaluation Board Nurse Liaison (Current Employee) – Fairborn, OH – 9 October 2017
Signature performance is a contracting company that employs individuals to fill positions open at many military installations across the country. The management goes above and beyond to help their employees. Even though I work in Ohio and they are based in Nebraska, I have always been treated like a part of the team.
Medical Office Clerk (Current Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – 27 June 2017
Signature Performer have a lot communication with their employees.As a contractor at the Air Force Base I have the opportunity to learn a lot about medical care, regulations and protocols in the Health care system for our Active Duty members and families, at the same time allow me to learn how to process referral and improve my customer services.
Good pay but could use some improvement in other areas.
Medical Records Technician (Current Employee) – Enid, OK – 27 June 2017
Good pay and a great work environment. Some restrictions with time off and sick leave could be improved. I do enjoy the people that I get to work with on a daily basis. It is a little nerving working under a contract as you never know if it will be renewed or if you will be out of a job.