Logistics Specialist (Former Employee) – Palm Bay, FL – June 1, 2016
I enjoyed my time with ISO Group. The Chairman and acting CEO is an incredible and very smart man. 99.9% of the employees there are extremely nice with a hunger to succeed. Communications with different departments could be better and some of the warehouse procedures and computer system used in logistics could use some tweaking but overall a really good company.
Collection Specialist - ISO (Current Employee) – Jersey City, NJ – June 4, 2015
Answer calls and emails, review client accounts, set payment schedules, answer queries, send out any info requested by client. Handle discrepancies, attend in-house meetings. The hardest part of the job is to keep up with the collections for 5 of our subsidiaries . The most enjoyable is that we don't have anyone looking over our shoulders and it's based on the honor system so we can take lunch whenever we want and I love the flex hours, as well. Management: people are very nice
Sales Lead (Former Employee) – Northridge, CA – May 23, 2015
Everyday I opened I would set up the cart. I would then pull people in, sit them down, do a demonstration, and convince them to buy. Often they would buy for the price I gave them, but many time I had to barter to make the sale, common at kiosks. The management wasn't very good. My first bosses were very manipulative and cruel, often making employees cry. I disliked them as bosses but outside of work they were good people so I put up with it. My next boss was Israeli and admitted to not knowing how to work with Americans, which caused him problems so he had a hard time how to convince us to sell, raised the price of the products, and didn't understand that people couldn't afford our products in that location so he would get upset with us for it. Some of my coworkers were good people, but some would try to cause drama with each other, which I always managed to stay out of. The hardest part was convincing random people to buy my overpriced product in a very short amount of time. I did, however, like working with people and talking to new individuals everyday.
Data Entry Specialist (Former Employee) – Jersey City, NJ – August 13, 2013
This was my first job as a working teen. They geared me for what the real corporate world was built like and I appreciated. The management was very accepting of my short coming and lack of knowledge when it came to certain computer functions. Though i lacked some knowledge they made it a key to teach as we went along with the project. The hardest part about the job was leaving the job. It is a very family oriented place that once you left, you felt as though you left a part of you there. I enjoyed my time at ISO and I truly to appreciate all they've done for me there.
Company has had rapid growth. Management did not plan ahead and departmental employees are now in mandated overtime. You can plan on working at least 10-12 hours a day, with some employees working up to 15 hours a day. The overtime has been occurring for months and doesn't seem to be getting any better. Management unwilling to listen to the employees or ask for input. No work life balance, expectation is that all company needs will be fulfilled ahead of any personal or family obligations. You are expected to change personal plans without prior notice to meet company needs. Many employees have been working 7 days a week. The benefit package is average with the exception of vacation days which this company offers more than the usual, however, with the current work load and departmental policies it is sometimes difficult to be able to take vacation when you want to. Many mixed messages and different instructions depending on the manager you are talking to.
On the flip side the best part of this job is your co-workers. They are dedicated and hard working.
If you are happy in having a job that consumes your life, this is the job for you. If you have interests outside your job or a family you may want to look elsewhere.
co-workers, vacation time
no work life balance, manditory overtime, ever changing expectations
Great management team willing to help you advance.
Field Rep (Current Employee) – July 7, 2011
This company is the best of the best in the loss control, insurance inspection business. Being the best they require a great deal of quality from their employees. They have a great deal of training and personal coaches to help you succeed.