Operations (Former Employee), Chennai – March 17, 2013
I was enjoyed my work. i have learned so many things more than my education... and also i learned Self confidence in SHOV. about co-workers everyone supported me in my work. so i learned so many things...
Processor & Auditor (Former Employee), chennai – January 2, 2013
Cons: long hours
Role & Responsibility: Processor & Auditor, Chennai Lawyers Document Verification. Web site updation and Blog updation and Create web site links . Circulated the status/clarifications directly through email for Customers
Its a good organisation and workplace that have a fun and more interesting to work...
Processor,RRMO OPERATIONS (Current Employee), Royapet,Chennai – September 13, 2012
Pros: max 1 hr lunch break
Cons: sometimes we need to extend due to high volume like that.
7 30 hrs work shift per day.I'm a processor in UHC RRMO OPERATIONS.Management is not much strict in employees culture but somewhat missed in that.co workers are mingled very soon and good caring and helping manner no problem at all about that.When come to hardest thing like huge target and enjoyable thing like they arranging cheff meeting for every – more... month that is very joyful and entrtainment moments. – less
Data Entry (Former Employee), Binghamton, NY – December 23, 2013
Pros: free catering
Cons: short breaks
This job consist of sitting down all night and typing correct information into the computer. I've learn to provide customers with great quality work and to have a lot of patience. Management is very organize and take pride in their work. I have made some good friends at this work place they are kind, intelligent and hardworking.There is nothing hard – more... about this job. The most enjoyable part of the job was making the customers happy. – less
Indexer/Data Entry Operator (Former Employee), Binghamton, NY – December 17, 2013
I liked my job at Souce HOV mainly because I worked a consistent schedule, with weekend offs. The hardest part of my job-for me, was just sitting in a chair for 8 hours typing...I am a busy body...and I hate to say that it was "hard" just sitting around, but its not for me. I wasn't properly trained, they had so much work when I first started they kind – more... of just "threw me to the wolves"...which I didn't mind, I am a quick learner just by observation. I didn't talk much to co-workers, just interacted with "good morning", "how are you"...but never established any kind of "bond" I guess you could call it. I disliked the management, they clearly have big communications issues at this job. They would say one thing (i.e ensuring raises, better health benefits, bonuses, etc) and every time it fell through...now I know that some things might have been out of managements control, but I just think you shouldn't be going around telling people that certain things if they never got the green light on the idea or suggestion. – less
(Temp) Data Entry Specialist (Former Employee), Troy, MI – December 12, 2013
Pros: easy work with the ability to listen to music freely.
Cons: short-breaks, poor training.
Being computer suave' it was easy work, I just wish they were less strict on some of their policy issues. Besides the strict rules, it's a very fun working environment I enjoyed my time working up until my assignment came to an end. Everyday was simple, come in and reach my typing quota. I listened to the instructions or updates that were given to us – more... and applied it to my performance to the best of my ability. The training was rocky but as time went on they got better instructors. They have very short breaks but if you are prepared, days are pretty fast. – less
Data Entry (Former Employee), Jonesboro, GA – November 11, 2013
• Temporary Position • Entering tax information into computer database • Exceptions: reverting back to data entries and correcting any errors • Check keying: information retrieved from computer database-NY tax project
Data Entry Specialist (Current Employee), Forest Park, GA – October 14, 2013
Pros: doing what i love: administrative work
Cons: short breaks, lack of advancements
A typical work day is sitting at my desk keying insurance documents for about 7 hours and learning the new changes the client has provided the employees with for the day. Management is unprofessional and need training courses on how to bring morale to the work place. Co-workers are not very team-oriented and show lack of enthusiasm while working but – more... that is mainly due to managements lack of encouragement. The hardest part of work is having to be silent at all times within the workplace. The most enjoyable part of my job is actually doing my work and either meeting or surpassing the quality goals. – less