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I have been working at Motion Picture Industry Pension & Health Plans
They have a good pension plan and health plan; however, that is slowly diminishing as health care costs are rising.
While like in any company, each department is different from the other. I could only speak for the auditing department. The auditing department has been the laughing stock of the entire company because of the high number of turnovers over the past 3-4 years. The so-called managers are more like Nazi SS soldiers micro-managing every area of your job. While my time there was a learning process, it definately was not a fun one. As an auditor, you are constantly on the hot seat from outside employers who do not want to cooperate with you and don't want you to see their records, to the inside "bosses" who constantly monitor you and smother you with administrative useless reports and time tracking programs. To make things worse, the manager of the department does not know how to audit records with the current Solomon program. He relies on the auditors to support his lack of knowledge on performing his job.
Advice to Management
The managers should stop micro-managing their employees given that their jobs are already difficult to begin with. At least have the manager do an audit by himself so that he can see how difficult auditing really is. Instead of pushing more work on the auditors, they should reward them for the hard work that they do. And by the way, cut some of your salary raises and bonuses and give it to those who really do the job. At least bring the salary to the market level in that field.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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I applied through a recruiter. The process took 2+ months – interviewed at Motion Picture Industry Pension & Health Plans.
Took about 2 months to get hired. Lots of meetings are pre-interviews. Maybe 3 or 4 before a yes. They had 1 on 1 and group interviews. They seem to be focused on Call Center experience... which it makes very little difference. The position calls for patience and excellent customer service.
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Union position. No negotiating.
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