Business Operations Specialist (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – July 21, 2016
The mid level managers are horrible and can use some management training.They run their department based on their emotions. If they are having a good day then so will their team.
My co-workers are cool and fun to be around. There is a good work life balance so you don't have to worry about getting to stressed out due to a heavy work load. The pay is okay and they have some pretty good benefits.
Business Operations Specialist I (Former Employee) – Alpharetta, GA – May 14, 2016
They held a lot of secrets and never shared knowledge when needed. They did care much about home/work balance. Too much gossip and favorites going on within this company and no matter how hard you work it never seemed to be enough.
Anonymous (Former Employee) – Alpharetta, GA – November 9, 2015
Two words...Stay away!! This company has absolutely no clue how to run a successful business. Management consistently tries to give ra ra speeches about how well the company's doing in terms of success, but the truth of the matter is is that this company is consistently losing money. There is little to no training offered/provided to employees regarding the systems used to conduct daily business transactions. The business model is just plain stupid and down-right horrible. The company is way to dependent upon third-party companies to handle key organizational operations. Any kind of issues within the organization is consistently fixed with a "bandaid". Absolutely no job security whatsoever. The turnover rate is like nothing you've seen before. Management consistently blames subordinates for their mistakes, but they do it in a way so that the employee never even knows their being blamed for anything to eliminate the ability of the employee defending themselves. This company is hanging on by a thread. Stay Away!
Very Little, If any, Maybe the fact that they'll cater in Chick fil A occasionally for breakfast, Co-workers are friendly
No Investment in Employees, No job security, No accountability on behalf of Management, List goes on and on
Managers are promoted without management experience and the employees suffer from thier lack of knowledge
Team Lead CSR HP Team (Former Employee) – Solon – August 27, 2015
Management staff does not have the experience needed to run the business. The employees run the day to day operations but when management is needed for input or direction the employees are left on their own and employees are let go due to miss management on the management level. Employees maintain a professional level at work and with customers, management team does not and tends to base major business decisions on friendships instead of what is best for the business.
manager (Current Employee) – Alpharetta, GA – June 10, 2015
My boss and my team work well together, but the priorities of management change frequently and product team over-promises to customers and other teams alike. It's obvious to me this company is all about the bottom line numbers and are likely positioning the company to be sold. Layoffs every 6-9 months are the norm. No job security.
Ability to work from home on occasion
Lack of commitment from management to employees, Frequent layoffs
Senior Field Engineer (Former Employee) – Taylors, SC – September 6, 2014
I was a Senior Account rep for a large customer. I had five techs working with me. To service 135 store grocery chain Sped across South Carolina and the Southeastern past of Georgia. I provided Technical support for my account and other similar accounts in other areas.
Oracle Master Data Specialist (Current Employee) – Alpharetta, GA – January 13, 2014
My day normally starts off (at work) where I open Outlook and review the request that came through the MDM mailbox. I make sure that all request are completed before noon time. I will then work on any troubleshooting that needs to be completed, this sometimes can take from anywhere from 30 minutes to 2 or more hours.
I have learned problem solving and creative thinking, customer awareness, leadership, information communication and technology skills, and time management.