IT Support Specialist (Current Employee) – 西安市 – August 23, 2016
Its a place where you have to work same everyday, no productive challenges or anything in particular. The HR department don't provide a complete disclosure about the laws or rules of the company. The only positive thing about this company is that they provide good money for the overtime work.
It was a great workplace and environment. The recruiting team took an enthusiastic approach to recruiting in building teams from within. I definitely recommend this place for anyone who is trying to start a new career.
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – world wide work at home – June 13, 2016
I enjoyed working for this company the training was very instructional step by step a lot of support from the company i enjoyed working at home it was cost efficient i had the freedom and peace of mind working from home not so much stress and saved money on commuting back and forth and i my family can come home for dinner on time.
save in transportation, determined to do the job, structure
lunch at home, saving on lunch cost be home when my children come from school
Client Support Representative (Current Employee) – Dallas, TX – April 5, 2016
Work in Hunt & Fish and the manager doesn't even talk to tier 1 he only responds and speak to tier 2. There are no incentive plan nor do they care anything about the reps.Work schedules are the worst and the pay sucks when you are full time might as well be a seasonal they get paid 2 dollars more....This is the worst experience I have had as a rep in my life....
Upon purchase of Automated License Systems, it became apparent that management intended to disband our development department. This was probably due to the fact that the system we supported was not something the company desired to maintain. However, they did not have a viable alternative for the customer base. A systematic attempt to make working there more difficult and less rewarding insured. We requested to be included in development efforts that were more mainstream in the company, but were thwarted. Ultimately I resigned.
Excellent work culture, slim-advancement possibilities
IT Supervisor (Former Employee) – Dallas, TX – December 3, 2015
Great corporate culture that has the matching amenities in its workplace. Very little room to grow within its small groups. Profit centrist business approach. Leadership communication is deceptive. Most enjoyable part is the people I got to work with, the worst part of this job was how abrupt it ended and without warning.
Call Center Reservation Agent - Seasonal (Former Employee) – Saratoga Springs, NY – November 8, 2015
Working on the phones with clients was extremely enjoyable. Maximum attention to detail required. Ability to work among multiple computer screens and drop down menues highly recommended. Client transactions are timed and counted. Most positions are seasonal. Direct supervisors and management are very accessable and easy to work with. Can be slow or very busy, bring a book for down time.
It was an interesting experience learning about the different state parks and recreational facilities.
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Sacramento, CA – August 22, 2015
It was a learning experience. I learned where a lot of our most popular parks and forests are. The management was not aware of the things going on in the facility. My supervisor was excellent, but others seemed to not care.