Business Development Manager (Former Employee) – Charlotte, NC – May 22, 2017
Difficult place to work. It is a small boutique business without a solid plan for expansion. Manager makes decision on the fly without gathering and accessing information and is rarely in the actual office. Commission structure is low for industry standards. No room for growth or advancement.
Health insurance is a costly and provides very limited coverage
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Columbus, GA – May 20, 2016
This company is great to work for. They care about your problems and they've always got positions available even though a lot of them are day by day positions meaning that you could be let go at any time..
Good Place to Start in the Human Resource Profession
Senior Recruiter/ Team Lead (Current Employee) – Charlotte, NC – May 6, 2015
It's a Fast Pace Environment and a Good Way to learn and build on your skills as a Recruiter. You're able to build a Good Client relationship and Helping People find Temp Projects and hopefully go full-time which is always good.
Working for 'JP Morgan' was high stressed, but not difficult. 'File Vault' was very relaxed environment.
Data Entry Clerk (Former Employee) – Charlotte, NC – January 22, 2014
Working for JP Morgan was not the best experience, because they were an outsource for the IRS. And security was very high. It was quite stresssful to be searched peroiodically and not be able to carry personal items. The position at File Vault was a very relaxed environment, which I felt was condusive to accurate and more work productivity.
Short lunches and breaks. Not enough job opportunities.
Admininistrative (Current Employee) – Charlotte, NC – September 16, 2013
Typical days are informative with learning experiences. The management for Integra staffing is easy to communicate with, sincere with any concerns and your availability for work. Hardest part of the job not having consistent employment. Most enjoyable part of the jobs are meeting new people and getting the assignments done in a timely matter
You had to meet hourly production. Very fast paced environment. I learned how to process 1040 vouchers and payments. I also learned to verify other employees processed vouchers and payments. You have to pay attention to detail and asking other employees for help is not an option. The hardest part was to be told what to do not showed what to do so I had to ask questions to carefully process documents. The most enjoyable moment was to get overtime during peak season.
fast paced environment, if hourly production is met, you advanced
you only worked if the random list for the day had your name on it
Payment Processor/Team Lead (Current Employee) – Charlotte, NC – December 16, 2012
My job consisted of coming to work, setting uo my are for my team. They would then come in and I would begin to train them on the what needs to be done for the IRS. I had to make sure that they hit a certain mark every hour