- Blue Cross Blue Shield of SC10.Dec 2015
I like about the employer
5PM came at the same time every day, and management had not installed parking meters in the employee parking nor pay toilets in the employee rest rooms.
Very authoritarian environment and there was more of an emphasis placed on form rather than substance. Training consisted not of what was necessary to perform in your job but rather what not to do to get fired. Management was big on buzz words and catch phrases but that was where it ended. They promoted that they were big on technology yet their systems were antiquated and worked for in the 70's but were not useful in the new millennium. Out of the box thinking was talked about but never practiced. And the most frustrating of all was there were a number of long time employees who were at the same position as when they were hired and others that had never worked for another company or even another department within the company for that matter. As a taxpayer I was discouraged by the number of full time employees that had to rely on snap and housing assistance. By the same token the published annual salary for a position includes a "bonus" which is not really a bonus but rather a hold back. Annual raises do not cover increases in employee contribution to health benefits not does it cover the forced increases in 401k contributions.