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Poor Coaching/Training
Account Executive (Former Employee), USAJune 18, 2014
Pros: teamwork w/local staff
Cons: management coaching/training
Very minimal training or outline of expectations, staff is stretched very thin often requiring long, late hours. Local team is loyal and dedicated to teamwork
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Learn a lot,hands on learning
Accounts Payable/Audits (extern) (Former Employee), Norcross GaJuly 8, 2013
Pros: teamwork, communication
Prepared reports everyday for morning meetings. Checked over night voice mail messages, handled request or distribute to correct department. Filing of records, answering incoming call, prepared/maintained account files. Prepare account payable invoices and expense reports. Reconcile and investigate all account payable accounts before payment. Everyday – more... busy with incoming calls. Learn to manage how to work through multiple distractions. Everyone worked well and pitched in when ever it was need. Small office like environment with a family feel of appreciation between everyone. – less
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Good place to work
Account Manager (Current Employee), Olathe, KSJune 5, 2013
Pros: busy
Cons: under staffed
Overall a good place to work. Busy from the time you get to work to the time you leave
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Quiet work environment with autonomy being the focus
OPERATIONS MANAGER (Current Employee), United StatesJuly 17, 2012
Work to positively impact the merger of two organizations. As part of a small company of 120 employess, I am empowered to manage my day-to-day autonomously. Decision-making is the name of the game and cutting costs is always the focus.