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14 days ago

Open Systems Senior Analyst (Windows)

WPS Health Insurance Madison, WI

Oversee installations, upgrade, monitor and tune all LAN-based client server software and hardware… Dice

4 days ago

Director Enterprise Information Management

WPS Health Insurance Madison, WI

Key strategic leader developing organizational strategy and approach to implement enterprise wide information management and business intelligence to… Dice

28 days ago

Sr. Systems Programmer

WPS Health Insurance Madison, WI

Lead the technical support staff in the installation, configuration, upgrade, maintenance and tuning of mainframe hardware, network systems, and… Dice

3 days ago

Director, Business Unit Service Delivery

WPS Health Insurance Madison, WI

Key strategic leader over business unit delivery managers as single point of contact for designated business units personnel to triage and coordinate… Dice

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    Former Employee - Support Staff  in  Madison, WI
    Former Employee - Support Staff in Madison, WI

    I worked at WPS Health Insurance full-time for more than 10 years


    Ask anyone why they have worked for this company for a long period of time and they will most likely tell you it's the people and job security. Although job security is a bit shaky at this time due to major internal changes. It's easy to shine here as long as you have a good work ethic.


    Very few positions offer the ability to work from home. The company is ditching it's informal appearance for a business/casual dress code and paying more attention to degrees instead of giving credit to work experience. The company largely consists of people that started at the bottom and worked their way up because they have no degree. These people have a hard time accepting change so you will encounter quite a bit of negativity from some employees. The raises are minimal and seem unfair at times. It appears the better you are at your job, the more work you get while a slacker co-worker will achieve less and frequently get the same pay raise. Bonuses are iffy each year. If you are a salaried employee you are expected to put in extra time (weekends, nights, on-call, etc). If you are hourly you will have mandated overtime sometimes but the money is great.
    My biggest complaint is the lack of employee development and training. WPS handicaps itself by it's strict regulation of what software can and cannot be used by it's employees.

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    I have no advice. Upper management's hands are frequently tied due to this being a large corporation. They cannot offer employees what other companies can. They rely solely on people working there for several years and getting too comfortable to leave. They also do not develop employees to the degree that you feel as if you are on the edge of technology so you feel a degree of intimidation looking for a job outside the company.

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