Hi! I’m doing some research on employee benefits (medical insurance, 401k, HSA/FSA, commuter benefits) and was hoping to connect with People specialists or HR professionals in the comp & benefits space. I’m trying to better understand any pain points or challenges you might face with utilization/enrollment. Anyone interested in connecting? Thank you!
So far I’ve been through 1 IVF cycle. I have one embryo that is frozen waiting for transfer. My doctor is wanting me to do another round of IVF to back eggs for baby number two down the road. Has anyone been through this? I know of two people around my age that got pregnant naturally with their second baby after IVF. Does anyone know about banking embryos for future use instead of transferring? My insurance doesn’t cover anything so all this of out of pocket.
I have dual masters degree and I am thinking towards MSCIS for 7 more classes. I am not sure if computer science will be helpful towards healthcare sector. I do not want to be more in debt but I am debating to get started atleast part time.
Any Mental Health Techs or Clinicians at “Community” in Indy. Looking for salaries and experience . I hired on with 6-7 years at $20 even
Coming from ACN, senior analyst, 3yrs total experience so far & wanting to get into the data analytics/BI work. Currently have had experience working with SQL developer, OBIEE/OBIA, Teradata in ERP and Healthcare projects. I also have my AWS Cloud Practitioner Cert, hoping to eventually get the Data Analytics Cert later. What are my chances of finding a role with another company that'll let me work in BI/data analytics and build up my skill at the same time? Been thinking of leaving ACN.
I wanted to know if in Google India offices, do people get to work on projects like Machine learning/ Deep learning in Healthcare? Like for example Dr. Lily Peng is working as a Product manager for Diabetic Retinopathy diagnosis with ML.
If anyone from Google can throw some light on this, that would be really helpful.
Is it true that it’s exceedingly difficulty to transition from insurance defense work (7+ years) to either commercial litigation or an in-house position? I’m worried about staying on this path for too long, becoming pigeon holed and not being able to get out of it.
My company is transitioning from wfh back to the office, but everyone returning to the office is supposed to be vaccinated. I told my boss I would NOT be getting the vaccine and he said I wouldn’t have a desk in the office until I did. So I told him I would continue to wfh. He said that “wouldn’t work.” After our phone call, I got an invite for a zoom conference with my boss and an HR rep!? They’re infringing on my rights by requiring a vaccine. What can I do to make sure I keep my job?
Are there actually Case Manager positions that are available to other healthcare workers who aren’t RN’s? If so, could anyone please suggest such employers… (thx in advance!)
What are the health insurance benefits at CTS. Can Anyone tell the plan offered and death benefits.
What is it like to work in the KPMG Consulting- Healthcare team at KGS Bangalore? Also, What is the office location as I heard there are 2 locations in Bangalore itself? Thank you in Advance.
I have a senior director who needs a PIP. Plan was to meet w him today to start phase I (formal Learning Plan). Got a Teams msg middle of the night that he's in ER w gma. Ordinarily, I'd wait a few days at least, but the performance issues are real, have been going on (despite feedback and support) for months, and impact rest of team. He has issues w health, family, etc. at least monthly. I've worked hard to build a warm, supportive team and struggling now. Would appreciate ideas!
Hello all! I am currently a P&C Client Manager for the 15th largest broker in the US. When I joined my company, I was brought on as an assistant for a former employee who taught me everything I know about my role. I came with on no prior insurance experience but caught on quick. I am about 4 years in now, on a team with newer employees, working on the same accounts plus new ones. One assistant and one Senior Client Manager. (Continued in comments)
Deloitte folks, are you mapped specifically to healthcare or just to a “strategy and ops” type group?
130K / year - Meijer - Grand Rapids, MI - Senior data engineer.
Is this a good deal? Recruiter said 130K is fair enough for MI state.
I work in Seattle and another recruiter from some company said he can offer 150K (remotely work from Seattle)
Long Island based accountants. We are looking for hybrid team members for audit/internal audit sox consulting/system day 2 implementation. Melville office a top 30 CPA firm. Fast growing office, great culture. Experienced staff, seniors and managers. DM me for more information.
Anyone else numb on big green days if it’s not a new high? Going back to net 0 loss just doesn’t hit the same as a 20% GAIN
Any good running groups in Minneapolis?
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So, a recruiter gave me feedback that my lack SPHR or SHRM-SCP is causing my resume to be knock out by AI and human recruiters despite my position and work history in Multinationals and being in Technology. They suggested that we put SPHR ( Lapsed). I let it lapse in 2017. What is your opinion? Plus if I were to take another certification - should I take SPHR or SHRM-SCP?
Have an interview for Amazon as a Risk Specialist - Account Health.
Job Simulation: For 25 minutes you will work through an engaging simulation with example situations from across Amazon to demonstrate core skills and abilities related to the role for which you applied.
Amazon Work Styles Assessment: For 15 minutes, you will answer questions about how you prefer to approach your work responsibilities.
Any tips to prepare? Thank you in advance!
I’m student teaching and I’m completely stressed out. I’ve been in an elementary classroom as a TA, but this is way different.
Looking to transition from an electrical engineer (wide range of experience in low and medium voltage systems) to FPGA or embedded system engineer. While I really do enjoy the design aspect of power systems, I've always leaned more towards the software side of EE and I like working closely with hardware. I have experience through college and personal projects, but I'm not sure how going from multiple years of power system design to a more hardware/low level design will pan out.
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Was able to book 6 nights at the St Regis Maldives, Overwater Villa. 140K SPG points (so 420K New Marriott points)
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Start with concern for patient safety and you’re own. Ask for help in trying to balance the surgeon’s concerns with what is clinically appropriate. Your leader should be able to negotiate a happy medium between the therapy team and the surgeon.
Arbitrate the matter before Admin. Negotiate your terms– how it's unreasonable that you have to facilitate twice a day when your job requires so and so.
Are you short-staffed or just on duty? Either way, I think it's high time for your concerns to be heard especially when that's not your primary job in the first place.