Support Staff Member (Former Employee), Edmond, OK – January 15, 2014
Pros: good place to start at ground level and get training.
Cons: two faced management and poor managment skills
First, here is the good...the work was decent and I actually learned a lot. Co-workers were nice for the most part, made some very good friends but some people were a little weird. Good benefites, casual dress and atmosphere and could listen to headphones at desk and not have to bother with surroundings if you didnt want to. Some people found this boring, – more... but I found it relaxing. Now for the bad...(and I cannot stress this enough) Middle management was power hungry backstabbers who practiced nepotism and favortism. Was laid off because the company put over half the company's business in 2 clients and when those clients left, they had to downsize. Bad managment and decision making, in my opinion. Also, I was hired 2 years ago and since then they went into a hiring frenzy, especially in the last 6-8 months, then ended up firing over 300 people. Kept some people who had only been there for only a few months and let go of people who had been there for several years. (I know three people who worked there for 11, 13 and 18 years and all 3 were let go, but 2 people who had just started 4 and 6 months ago were kept.) Lastly, they moved people around so much that it seemed like you were in training almost all the time. I, personally, trained so many people, they would work in our department for a few weeks, then get moved somewhere else. I trained a person who had been there for over 9 months and had actually never contributed to production because they kept moving him from department to department so he was in training for his entire time until the lay-off date. That would drive me crazy. Granted, it would be nice to get the feel of and learn new things, but it would be nice to feel comfortable as some point during your job. I felt bad for the people who had, literaly, been hired just a few months ago and even before their 90 day probation period was up, they were laid off. This company has so many flaws, I think that it may go belly up soon. – less
Adfitech is an amazing company to work for. The members of management are friendly and caring, they understand the stress of everyday life, and are very flexible in trying to help the employees in any way possible. Adfitech has a flexible schedule, where the employee chooses their schedule, however the team managers are willing to help make arrangements – more... for things that happen in life. – less
Quality Control (Former Employee), Edmond, OK – December 27, 2013
Pros: incentive pay, pizza, benifts
Company offered great benefits, was a job I enjoyed and my co-workers were great to work with. I learned many different job duties. They had many incentives to reach your daily goals to receive bonuses and have a pizza day to teams that would reach daily goals given for production
Data Entry/Committer (Current Employee), Edmond, OK – November 5, 2013
A good and challenging work environment, I've learned how to view documents and prepare them for client viewing, management was good, co-workers great, was when they told us that half of the company will be laid off, the most enjoyable was coming to work everyday to great challenging, and good work environment, and enjoying working with my co-workers – more... whom I adore. – less
o Data Entry (Former Employee), Edmond, OK – October 28, 2013
This is mostly a Data Entry position. I just didn't enjoy it. The day to day is a grind, with manager's micro managing and timing your every second...really. They time you even when you go to the bathroom or want to know why you are taking time with every file. The way the management handles the employees is not something I want to repeat, ever again.
Mortgage Underwriter (Current Employee), Oklahoma City, OK – October 19, 2013
Each day is pretty much the same. I login and begin to underwrite files to specific requirements. I have learned that different organizations may have different requirements for approving applicants for loans. My co-workers are really nice, and are willing to help out when needed. The job itself is not necessarily hard, but the more challenging part – more... was at the beginning when I had to take in a lot of new information to begin work. – less
bamboozled I wouldn't refer my dog to work here!!!
Undwriter in training (Former Employee), Oklahoma – October 15, 2013
Pros: training started out ok i guess... met a friend or 2
Cons: no job security, blasphemous management
At first this "seemed" like a decent place to work. Then I was moved from a training area to actually train for what I was hired to do. There were 3 of us training to be underwriters...before we knew it, we were fired and 3 "internal" people were brought in to do what we were hired to do!!! Why hire people just to let them go within their first 3 weeks?!! – more... Absolutely no job security and Robin Williams should be the owner because what she says goes all while blaspheming God while training you!!! I don't even drive by that street anymore. The sight of that place is sickening. – less
worker bee (Current Employee), Edmond Ok. – May 8, 2013
Pros: pizza day where even the president of the company serves us.
Cons: no cons. i get paid to do my job while listening to music.
Not sure why some of the people with negative comments feel the way they do, but it is a free country. I have been at Adfitech going on 11 years and wish I had found this place a lot sooner in my life.The Team Leaders and Mentors in my department and many people in other departments who promoted worked hard to get to where they are at. I have the opportunity – more... if I work hard for an individual and a group incentive. If I work hard I get food days and the coffee is free everyday.First place I have ever worked where I can come in slip my shoes off and put on my head phones on and just work and go home and forget about the place. If you want to work and I mean work and get respect for a job well done, this is the place for you. – less
Mortgage Servicing Auditor (Former Employee), Edmond, OK – April 4, 2013
Pros: cheap soda, casual dress code, job security
Cons: manager, pay, computer system, job duties
You'll have job security... because you'll work around tons of people who are absolutely clueless but get to keep their jobs! There is no level on consistency - your "manager" will tell you 5 different answers to the same question depending on her mood or she might just ignore you all together. The benefits aren't bad... but they've recently gotten – more... rid of free healthcare and I'm sure there are other cuts to come. ADFITECH is by far the cheapest place you'll ever work... they have fake computers and only provide basic supplies... we're talking pens and paper and don't use to much paper! They have no system for hiring people or promoting people... other than favorites get the rewards. They'll hire someone with 2 years experience at $12 an hour one day and $16 an hour the next. I cannot say enough how much I would urge you to NOT work here. – less
Mortgage Servicing Auditor (Former Employee), Edmond, OK – December 31, 2012
Pros: vacation time thats it
Cons: micromanagement, incompetent team leaders, can be fired for no reason, hostile enviroment, childish colleagues
Even if you are amongst the top or if you are the top producer in your department (like I was when I was doing data entry.) you are still treated as a participant in a concentration camp. Unless you are a huge suck up or a relative of upper management you will be scolded just for taking longer than 10 seconds to say good morning to your peers. There – more... are lots of different things to do but a lot of times you are held back and they do not allow you transfer because they truly do not want their subordinates to move up and better themselves and make more money to take care of their families. Senior management do a whole lot of talking and not a lot of managing. Due diligence? The only thing that is due here is a complete reform of ALL management. Get rid of all the team leaders and managers ESPECIALLY in the file and document coordinating department (IF YOU ARE READING THIS MESSAGE YOU KNOW WHO YOU ARE!!) – less
Underwriter (Former Employee), Edmond, OK – November 2, 2012
Cons: micromanagement, clock in & out
I would never recommend anyone to work at Adfitech they micromanage everyone. The company treats employees as if they just graduated from HS. The company makes $11 million a year because they are stuck in the 80's and haven't figured out why Devon Energy and other companies are successful here in OKC. You can't run an organization by micromanaging and – more... treating people like little kids. You have to clock in and out. The IT department should figure what time everyone works by logging into the computer system. They are ran like an 80's companies that has never changed stuck in the past. The wages are very low compared to the industry market you will starve to death working there. – less