Technical Writer / Project Manager (Former Employee) – USA – September 6, 2017
Just ridiculous. $20 an hour for technical writers and $30 an hour for IT Project Managers. That's NONsense. Even for remote / virtual work. The interview process is amusingly complex and convoluted.
Only someone desperate-desperate-desperate, I'll say it again, d-e-s-p-e-r-a-t-e would humble themselves to endure it. But, God knows, there are lots of those folks around these days, and Crossover knows it, too.
Mentor (Former Employee) – Tulsa, OK – March 20, 2017
A typical day at work was dealing with children. Of course that job is not that easy but each day it gets better. You have plenty of supportive people there to guide you through it all. I've learned that every child has a story, you learn how to deal with other people and get to know why they're acting that way. The workplace culture is majority African Americans and Hispanics. The hardest part about the job is seeing the children graduate from the program.
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Remote – February 9, 2017
Creepy spyware required which takes your picture every 10 minutes. Meetings are recorded and all communication with co-workers can be seen by Big Brother. This company is Bizzare. They might as well hire robots, there is no interest in the human component of an employee. Only work here if you are absolutely desperate.
Remote, but there are many other companies out there
Business Development Manager (Former Employee) – Remote – December 23, 2016
Lots of opportunity for career growth. Very helpful co-workers. Constantly striving to improve and innovate. Very collaborative environment. Remote work allows for maximum time spent with family and friends.
Software enginner (Former Employee) – California – December 8, 2016
Worst place to work. Crossover's worksmart tech is the biggest scam I've ever experienced. Please do not work for them as they pay really LOW wages and have no consideration for the contractor's well being.
Lowest rates, WorkSmart tool to record time is not accurate
This company gets contracts and then hires out excellent people for sh&t (low wages)because they are in bad condition family medical etc issues or are in 3rd world country. If you can afford to skip look for something better. They have exacting demand for sh%t (low pay) and lots of work.
If you are desperate and very good they will hire you - maybe
low pay. contract, they eat the profits that should go to you.
Owner-President (Former Employee) – San Antonio, TX – August 19, 2013
My biggest priority was handing negotiations with prospective buyers or tenants. I also helped to develop contracts and documents necessary for closing of business with prospects. I learned quite a bit about personality styles, etc. It intrigues me to help others and especially to facilitate a process that moves everyone forward.
seeing business created through networking
lack of a team in place to smooth transitions of business.