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30+ days ago

Customer Service Representative

Green Tree Rapid City, SD

• Cross-sell the benefits of insurance with Green Tree Agency to customers that have outside insurance policies… CareerBuilder

3 days ago

Correspondence Specialist-Lead – new

Green Tree Rapid City, SD

. Assists supervisors/managers in managing work flows and identifying resources to maintain service levels. MAJOR ACCOUNTABILITIES (essential job… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Business Information Analyst

Green Tree Rapid City, SD

This role serves as the primary liaison with internal business units to develop reporting solutions, improve current processes, and access to… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Correspondence Supervisor

Green Tree Rapid City, SD

• Assist manager with new hire interview and selection processes. Manage employee performance by developing team members through consistent, clear… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Business Intelligence Developer

Green Tree Rapid City, SD

involve the development and maintenance of Business Intelligence initiatives using the Microsoft BI… Glassdoor

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    Good hours and decent pay, with additional monthly bonus' available. The employee benefits are terrific.

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    Former Employee - Customer Service in Rapid City, SD
    Former Employee - Customer Service in Rapid City, SD

    I worked at Green Tree full-time (more than an year)


    Provide adequate training, steady hours, decent pay, monthly bonus', terrific health benefits (health, dental, vision, life/disability, 401-k), earn upto 28 paid days off annually.


    Next to impossible to get paid time off when needed or wanted, even when vacation hours have been earned and accrued. Time off hours have to be justified by first availabilty, then attendance, amount of OT worked, monthly stats, and then finally by seniority. Sounds fair, but what if you have met all the requirements and still cannot use PTO (unless someone is dead or dying)? There are also constant changes in procedures, with little to no warning, that effect you monthly stats. There are other departments, within the company, who don't perform tasks in timely fashion which effects overall performance for employees when dealing with customer accounts.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    The left hand needs to be more aware of what the right hand is doing. If Green Tree's idea is "relationships that work", why don't internal department relations work better to make external relations more pleasant?

    What's the point of paid time off, if it cannot be used? Happy employees make for a better attendance record, more enthusiastic work experience, better monthly stats, and a lower turn over rate for the company.

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