Shipping and Receiving Clerk (Former Employee) – Houston, TX – April 6, 2016
Basically this place was a paycheck. I learned how to use GP as well as smart BOL. The manger was a good man who truly cared about his employees. My co works seemed to stick to themselves and it was a very quite shop. Hardest part of the job was dealing with the heat. The most enjoyable part was the job security.
Software Tech (Former Employee) – Houston,TX – September 17, 2015
This job was located in a warehouse and on a secure compound right outside of Hobby Airport. This job required me to load ATMs (200+ lbs.) on a forklift or pallet jack and upload software according to machine specifications. Although it was a good working environment the owner of the company had issues with paying its employees.
Responsibilities include execution and control of all ATM installations and removals. Manage the cash flow and ordering of cash for (3) banks, which is 12000+ ATM’s nationwide and over $30,000,000 per day. Managed frequency changes to ensure fill dates are synchronized. Directing cash flow for emergency cash fills and depositing funds into the bank and/or armored vault. Created various monthly reports to assist executive management team in performance measurement. Audited all invoices for accurate billing. Management and co-workers were great and there was nothing really hard about the job and I enjoyed talking to people all over the world.
unknown (Former Employee) – Houston – March 25, 2015
Management sucks. There is no room at all for growth, either you know someone to move around or you move out! What bugs me is that some that are in Management positions no Nothing but yet LEAD. It makes you look very deeply at the Core of this company. The Customer Service department is a total joke, you have 3 people that never lead by example but love to enforce the rules. The Manager can not make any decisions on her own, she always have to ask her Boss which is messy and Not Management material at all, then her Boss is just there getting a free check and no Nothing about leadership. How did these three people get put in these positions without being properly screen. I have worked for Corporate companys all my life and I have never seen managment like this even when I worked at Jack in Box back in school. They need to seriously revamp the command center with better managment.
Sr. Accountant (Former Employee) – Houston – April 11, 2014
If you are in accounting & finance, count on working minimum 60 hours a week. They have HIGH turnover rate because they cannot retain talent. They use a lot of temps that only contribute minimally and expect the permanent employees to pick up the slack. There is no work/life balance here. The staff are overworked and anti social. Management are clock watchers and your success is partly determined by the amount of over time you work. There is little to NO training. There is NO support. You are on your own!
Productive, but could be a little more moral in the company.
Human Resources Assistant/Recruiting Coordinator (Former Employee) – Houston, TX – August 12, 2013
A typical day at work included, going into work, finding out what requisitions were open, phone screening candidates, setting up phone or in person interviews with hiring managers. The job was not hard, just very repetitive. The most I enjoyed was the independence I was given.