Records Representative/ Office Serv Rep (Former Employee) – Jacksonville, Fl – August 19, 2015
It was really the first professional company I worked for after leaving retiring from the service. I was relatively new to the civilian work force. They welcomed me with open arms. My office manager made sure I was comfortable in my new position. The door was always open for any questions I may have had. The environment was always joyful, my co-workers were great to be around. And the company itself had so much to offer.
I really enjoyed my duties. Even when we moved from the 32nd floor to the 27th. Wow....that was a week I will never forget. Files, records, office décor.
I learned a lot about corporate America and office politics. It really made me a more experienced person.
Everyone was always ready to lend a hand.
Having to park in the parking garage across the street.
• Solicited companies’ banks for bank certificate letter for auditing. • Collected information about companies’ business and conducted SWOT analysis. • Prepared call log for due diligence and telephone conferences.
Practice Administrator (Current Employee) – Atlanta, GA – August 5, 2015
I've worked at this company for almost 20 years. A typical work day can be challenging since I do not know what to expect when I walk in the door. I've learned how to multitask very well at this company.
The hardest part of the job is the number of people assigned to the administrative staff.
Engagement Management Coordinator Support (Former Employee) – Los Angeles – July 22, 2015
This review is in regards to the EMC team.
From the first day to my last day, I suffered while working at the downtown Los Angeles location. I remember that on my first day, the first thing my boss told me while walking up to meet her was "oh Jesus Christ" for no reason at all. Well, that was a warm welcome. I was always made to feel that I was unwelcomed at the company and I am not sure why. No matter how much I put in terms of effort, I was always told some nonsense of how I could better do things. I would get stared at randomly with no effort to conceal it. I felt that some individuals were doing their best to get me fired. So much was the discomfort that I eventually had to talk with the Human Resources which led me to leaving the position.
The training was abysmal. Training was a by-product of people's schedule. If there was time on their schedule for training, then there will be training. There was no training for itself. While in training, nothing was formal or organized. You just had to shadow fellow employees which was not the best way to go about this because of the nature of the position. Absolutely no manuals were given as a reference. You had to rely on asking questions to your peers.
The company atmosphere was infected with the attitude of "I got hired here so I am awesome". Too many people had an inflated sense of themselves. Efforts were made to "prove" how they are better than you. If you made any attempt to seem intelligent about anything, this would be met with scorn. Overall, too much snootiness. Please keeps things into perspective.more... Too many times I was told that I was just a temp here and not a real employee. Well I will do respect, but I would not classify the job as having a complex nature.
It just seemed like everyone worked there because of the perks and prestige. There was not a feel of substance to the workplace from many people. It just felt like many people worked there for the financial sustenance. This was apparent in the workplace morale and environment. This was also apparent in the effort given by employees in their work. It was also apparent from people randomly bothering you as they were not happy there. Sadly, the perks just served as a band-aid over the miserableness of everything else.less
Enjoyed varied day to day duties. Learned new technology. Offsite Managers were not friendly or professional, whispered behind my back. Hardest part was of job was trying to stay calm while dealing with a narcissistic and rude manager. Enjoyed working with my peers at the downtown office.
The best work place ever. This firm recognizes hard work, rewards the employees with the best a company can offer. Offers excellent rewards to employees that no longer work at the firm. The firm keeps its past employees in the loop. This firms gets involved in community needs, freely volunteers its services and allows employees to participate. Travel is included, this firm believes in its staff and customers.
KPMG Perks for discounts, past and current employees & family