Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Tempe, AZ – September 20, 2017
Unsure , I felt messed up and lied to. I enjoyed the people I worked with. That time in my life I felt very much taken from me. I am grateful and blessed to have had the opportunity. I learned a lot about myself and have much to take with me for the rest of life.
Collection Specialist/Team Lead (Former Employee) – darien il – June 5, 2017
Very inconsistent policy and bonus structures. Hired everyone they could thru a mass hiring period with promises of better bonuses but never put anything in ink. Managers were not knowledgable let alone motivating or encouraging
decent salaries flexible schedules
unmotivating atmosphere sweat shop atmosphere where everyone is on top of each other
Fast pace environment. Being able to put yourself into the customers shoes and give he/ she the justification they are seeking. Based on making since the customer is satisfied with level of service provided in a timely manner.
Supervisor (Current Employee) – Indianapolis, IN – March 20, 2017
Being a supervisor for Geico ERS is very fast paced. Constantly opportunities for growth to advance you career. ERS is known for change so being flexible is a must. Geico overall is a supportive, family oriented company.
Sprint Finance Agent (Former Employee) – Augusta, GA – July 13, 2016
I did not like my job just dealt with it. Was doing work of the managers that was not approved by cooperate.The only thing I can really say about my job that I liked was my coworkers. Other then that I would not ever recommend this job to no one .
Project Engineer II (Current Employee) – North Andover, MA – June 25, 2016
Collaborative and respectful, upper management cares a lot for their employees which I find rare in a consultancy. A little too driven by the money to be innovative, although they do listen to any idea to expand
Administrative Wage Garnishment Rep (Former Employee) – Woodridge, IL – June 5, 2016
I was able to gain excellent knowledge on a government portfolio and excelled in my positions. I learned many aspects of the US DOE student loan process and met many great people and friends in the industry.
Specialist (Former Employee) – Erie, PA – March 10, 2016
It was a productive place to work and I really enjoyed the work I had to do. It was fun. We all had fun working there. But if I truly want to be honest to myself and truly be honest to the people who ask me what it is about the place that I like and don't like and how that effected what I thought of the place, Then I would have to say every place I have been, this is the first time I had a full time job, all the others were through temp agencies. The work that I did, and the people that I knew at ERS, otherwise known as Clover Technologies Group, made that place the best place I have ever worked for, but the management and people who run the business, made it the worst place I have ever worked for
free lunches every now and then, sometimes cut work short and got to go out back and play games
Managment lied to everyone who works there and kept lieing
Started great ended bad with micro-managing and very strict point system
Material Handler/Forklift Operator (Former Employee) – Erie, PA – October 27, 2015
I loved working their in the beginning with the original owners. I felt more appreciated and trusted with lots more responsibilities. The original owners also showed more appreciation with Christmas bonuses,Christmas parties,summer picnics,quarterly lunches.They were very approachable. That lasted for about 4 years until they sold to an investment firm from out of town.I went through several investment firms until our #1 competitor bought the company. It seemed to me near the end of my employment their that once you were their for any significant time and at the top of your pay scale people were getting terminated quickly. |I enjoyed my job but always felt on edge near the end.
Title Team Lead (Current Employee) – Woodrige Il – September 12, 2015
taking inbound and outbound calls there is no hard things about my job i enjoy working with my co-workers. I help students bring there loan current so they can go back to school also i enjoy work with management we have our bad day but with hard work you can make some good money
Pipe Welder (Former Employee) – Mobile, AL – August 3, 2015
This was the most excellent company I worked for in starting out my career as a pipe welder! The CEO, Management, coworkers, human resource and just everyone was professional and concerned about their employees, especially what could make the job better and how to keep the staff morale going.