Decent Company, passionate people, lower pay, poor support systems.
Associate (Former Employee) – United States – February 8, 2016
Crossmark has its good and bad just like any company. However their true failures are in their support systems. This is largely due to outsourcing and changing technology, so ultimately it should resolve itself eventually with training and repetition.
There is the potential for advancement and it can be a decent place to make a career. But at the time of this review you should wait to see how they fair over the next few years. Their recent CEO change came with nearly 500 million in lost business, downsizing and a general drop in morale alongside an increase in turnover. So now is either a terrible time to join or one of the better times, so do your research first.
All things considered if you desperately need a job, Crossmark is not a bad place to get some experience, but due to lower than competitive pay and the above reasons, don't make it your first choice or your last stop.
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