SImple programming in a highly secure and rule-driven envrionment
PHP Developer (Current Employee), Salt Lake City, UT – July 5, 2013
Pros: free breakfast bar, competitive salary, beautiful office, great employees
Cons: industry, extremely strict security-related policies, no internet access
Typical work day is sitting in a cubicle and working on a project or task which is already scoped out for you by project management. There is little to no interaction with clients.
Management is great, but given the unique environment, there are still challenges that haven't been worked out: release management, speed of delivery, quality
Co workers – more... are fairly talented and easy to get along with
Hardest part of the job is limited resources, and limited access to production and UA environment (bug resolution can be very frustrating). There is no internet, so innovation and learning new trends is nearly impossible
The best part of the job is also one of the worst: simplicity. You come in, work your 8 hours, and leave. Rarely do you work late, or weekends. – less
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee), Salt Lake City, UT – December 12, 2012
Taking inbound phone calls for Jackson Hewitt Prepaid card services. Activate cards, set pins and re set pins. Update customers information. Resolve billing issues, view customers transaction history. Follow up on fax and dispute.