Pros: fast paced and always had something to do. there was not a dull moment
Cons: the relationship between the adjusters and their team assistants were not that tight knit
A typical day of work consisted of: reviewing emails, completing and setting diaries for specific adjusters, sending off benefit notices, calculating payments, requesting medical records, setting appointments, documenting and scanning, faxing, creating stipulations and compromise and release packages, contacting COBC and WCIRB, and various team meetings
I learned how to work well with others and in a fast paced supportive team environment.
Management was always helpful and would stop at nothing to give advice and help out when needed.
The hardest part this job was having to cover overload work from sister offices
the most enjoyable part of the job were my co-workers. they always rose to the opportunity to help one another out.