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5 days ago

Business Analyst

Berkshire Hathaway Homestate Companies San Francisco, CA

ABOUT US The Berkshire Hathaway Homestate Companies (BHHC) is a group of six insurance companies that are part of the Berkshire Hathaway Insurance… Dice


30+ days ago

Medical Coder

Berkshire Hathaway Homestate Companies Omaha, NE

Conducts high level of bill reviewStrong knowledge of CPT procedure codes and diagnostic ICD-9-CM codes and/or MS-DRG classification codes, and… Percipio Media


30+ days ago

Senior Loss Control Specialist

Berkshire Hathaway Homestate Companies San Francisco, CA

Are you passionate about workplace safety? Do you want a position that allows you to focus on doing great work, not spending time managing the matrix… Percipio Media


4 days ago

Sr. Premium Audit Reviewer - St.

Berkshire Hathaway Homestate Companies Saint Louis, MO

May direct and lead the work of others, requiring the ability to guide others and provide direction. Relies on experience and judgment to plan and… Percipio Media


2 days ago

Premium Auditor – new

Berkshire Hathaway Homestate Companies San Jose, CA +2 locations

AND PRINCIPAL ACCOUNTABILITIES Denotes "essential functions" in… Percipio Media


30+ days ago

Medical Resource Nurse

Berkshire Hathaway Homestate Companies San Diego, CA

· Provide expertise, advice and alerts to Claims Professionals and others regarding medical issues in claims including causation, diagnosis… Percipio Media


4 days ago

Underwriting Associate

Berkshire Hathaway Homestate Companies Saint Louis, MO

. The position and its essential functions may change over time and these changes… Percipio Media


30+ days ago

Claims Assistant 1

Berkshire Hathaway Homestate Companies San Francisco, CA

·Assist with preparation and submission of mandatory state reports and notifications. ·Collect pertinent claim information from medical providers… Percipio Media


4 days ago

Senior Premium Audit Reviewer

Berkshire Hathaway Homestate Companies Omaha, NE +4 locations

May direct and lead the work of others, requiring the ability to guide others and provide direction. Relies on experience and judgment to plan and… Percipio Media


4 days ago

Sr. Premium Audit Reviewer

Berkshire Hathaway Homestate Companies Dallas, TX +2 locations

May direct and lead the work of others, requiring the ability to guide others and provide direction. Relies on experience and judgment to plan and… Percipio Media


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    An ok place to work

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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee

    I worked at Berkshire Hathaway Homestate Companies full-time (less than a year)

    Pros

    Their HR staff are friendly and supportive when you are a new hire. They really want you to be comfortable in your work space also. There's room for growth and opportunities to move to various departments (however this point will be listed in cons). You can take breaks/lunch whenever if needed (at least for my department). Some of the people are really nice.

    Cons

    Training could've been better. I felt like no one was prepared to train me and it caught them off guard when I came in. I also expected a one-on-one training where someone sits down and works with you but I was thrown into my cubicle and expected to figure it out (after a 30 minute run-down of how to do stuff) and ask my co-workers if I had questions -which was difficult because they were always in their own group chatting away.. I was told I can always ask for help but I felt like I couldn't. I wasn't even seated with the rest of the department.. which you think they would have you do since you're new and it would be better so you can get feedback, help, etc. but no, they sat me away.... which is good in a sense so I could concentrate. I did feel left out even though one person tried to include me. And I'm actually a very outgoing and sociable person, but since they have their groups and aren't really welcoming, it was hard to break making iit hard to interact with people and get help..

    Also, since there was no proper formal training, I made mistakes and was told AFTER THE FACT how to correct/prevent them.. Now I used to be in HR and conduct trainings, and this was just terrible.. my training was all over the place. No training guide/manuals, nothing. Just my notes and learning from mistakes. Which is good.. but if I could've prevented them if someone just sat with me and took the time to actually give me quality training and a good manual, things would've been easier and better.

    There are also a few catty people there... Luckily none of who I've worked with or who were in my department were like that, but there are some people who are straight up rude or discretely condescending.

    Also, if you don't like staring at a computer screen 24/7 everyday for the duration of your employment, then you might want to start looking elsewhere. For my position, the job itself was easy. But I like variety in my work responsibilities and I like being able to rest my eyes and work on something else that doesn't require me staring at a screen every second. People told me you get used to it, but I don't want to lose my vision...

    On another note, the highest position you can work your way up to is an ADJUSTER. Management if your manager leaves but.. otherwise... that's it. If you don't want to be an adjuster, you can move to another department, but you get wayyy more work for a slight difference in pay which isn't worth it.

    And as for the pay, it's OK. It's better than other insurance companies, but is it worth dealing with all the stress, the long commute, coming home exhausted every day and dreading going to work everyday, and having your head/eyes constantly hurt? No. At least not for me. And that is why I left.

    Tried to give this place a chance, but...it just didn't work out. You will see why there is such a high turnover..

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Have better training programs and make your new hires feel included.

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