I have been working at CorVel full-time (More than 3 years)
They offer remote employment and flexible work schedule. We are allowed to work any 8 hour shift between 7a-7p and they also offer extended lunch periods. They have started having monthly team meetings which allows us to function better as a department.
They have been understaffed for over 3 years without much improvement. Morale is low and turnover rate is high. Health insurance is very expensive and other benefits like paid vacation are also not very good. Pay is OK.
Advice to Management
Work harder to hire and train more people. Listen to your team. Yearly raises should be higher for the amount of work we've all had for the past 3+ years.
I applied online. The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at CorVel (Portland, OR) in January 2017.
Applied for position online. Received no feedback for well over 2 weeks. When I finally did receive feedback, I was told I did not possess specific skills they required for the position despite those skills being prevalent and adequate on my resume.
When I did finally receive feedback, it was in the form of 2 emails. One asking for an interview and one stating that they were moving on with other candidates and that the interview request was sent in error.
This all points to an HR/recruiting department who is unable to understand and parse a sr. technical resume and does not understand how to relate that with the technical requirements of the position. This also suggests that communication and attention to detail is poor at CorVel and needs serious improvement before top level candidates should consider this a viable place of emplyment.
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