Typical outsourcing environment. Casual environment. Friendly staff. Unstable and questionable management. My supervisor was also a processor,and project manager therefore slow to respond to critical issues.Never worked for an organization that took 7 months to secure a company ID badge,6 month wait for email and system logins. New hires had to use management's or senior processors logins to order or pull items such as VOE, appraisals etc...
A good place to start a career in mortgage if you don't have a mortgage background, or no someone already working there ie management, or possess the highly rated ability to ignore your start time and come to work an hour late daily.I was given an aged pipeline of a fellow processor and I could tell immediately by the system narratives that this processor was not supported or offered guidance.Management fails to keep talent because benefits are horrible and company culture is highly immature. Only recognizes talent if you cozy up to them.
Management should learn relationship discernment. Not uncommon to see management taking lunches with particular subordinates. No guessing game when special projects were conveniently awarded to these special team mates.Sounds like favoritism to me!
My co workers were great people and we helped and encouraged each other as processes changed frequently.
Management must look at the big picture and set the proper example to make the work environment productive. If you secure a position here use it as a bridge to something better. Definitely not the place to rest your hat.
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