Mortgage Quality Control Analyst (Former Employee), Englewood, CO – March 8, 2014
Pros: free lunches ect
I have many years of excellent experience. During this period, I have developed and refined my skills in many areas including office administration, project management, word processing, data entry, records maintenance, audit work, quality assurance, and client relations.
Customer Service (Former Employee), Loveland, CO – September 3, 2013
A typical day at work was always different and fun. I have learned how do deal with problems with custuomers. The co-workers always were the to help when needed. The hardest part of it was not being able to do more then I can do. The most enjoyable part ot the job as all the pot luckes we had.
Data Entry (Former Employee), Lyndonville, VT – October 19, 2012
Was a great place to work. Great co-workers with an outstanding management team made this an ideal office setting. A relaxed and comfortable environment so long as everyone was putting in then fair share of work.
Mortgage Customer Service (Former Employee), Loveland, CO – September 28, 2012
Kroll used to be an amazing place to work. The supervisors and upper management cared, balance of work and family was great, benefits were amazing, Now that a major company bought out Kroll, they are turning it into a major call center environment. There is now mandatory overtime, the benefits are expensive and not worth getting. Raises are horrible – more... and bonuses have all been taken away. The upper management team has been slowly changing to the employees from the company that bought out Kroll. There are major changes coming for this company. I do not recommend this employer. – less
Vice President Business Development (Former Employee), Loveland, CO – September 13, 2012
Pros: beautiful campus. good people
Company grew very fast over a 6 year period. Through 3 acquisitions the company mostly remained intact until a few months after the last one. Most of the executive management including myself were let go. Company seems to be staying afloat and increasing revenues.