I have been working at Consolidated Claims Group full-time (Less than a year)
-laid back work environment
-prime location in downtown Charlotte
-great benefit package. health benefits are 100% paid by company for single coverage. Dental and vision are only an additional $20 or so.
-a great comprehensive training program that is hands on. It can be overwhelming at first but by the second or third week, you will feel very confident in yourself.
-transparency. You will meet most of the executive team. Think "Ted Talk." Great insight. Executive management speaks and encourages dialogue.
-great break area with full service coffee/snack/fridges. company also sponsors employee outings and have fun committees.
-the company caters to millennials by keeping us engaged and always keeping things moving so that we do not get bored by mundane/repetitive tasks.
The cons I have are not really cons with the company or the work. This is truly a great place to work at. Some SOFT concerns (not cons) are:
-There doesn't seem to be that much diversity within the executive team or the company as a whole, which is something I always look for when potentially working for a new company. BUT it is a comfortable environment where everyone is truly 'judged' by the work they produce. Everyone seems willing to help. The lack of diversity does not seemed forced, however, and I truly believe the company promotes off of merit.
-parking can be expensive depending on where you park. keep this in mind when calculating your commute.
-Peak season is during the summer, which means time off can be a hard thing to acquire. Planning in advance will help.
Advice to Management
Keep up the good work. The business model and its implementation is very effective and has been very refreshing to work under it.
I applied through an employee referral. The process took a week. I interviewed at Consolidated Claims Group (Charlotte, NC) in March 2018.
The first interview was a phone interview that lasted about 30 minutes. During the phone interview the position and benefits were described to me. The interview was easy and casual.
The second interview was in person. I was interviewed by three people total- one, and then two people at the same time. The interview lasted about 2 hours. During the in person interview they gave me a tour of the office and gave me a more detailed overview of the day to day experience. The interview was a little more intense, but still fairly casual.
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