Customer Engineer (Former Employee) – Duluth, GA – June 27, 2016
I would got to Banks all over GA. Al, SC, NC to install new software, various parts Hardware security devices and Security software on Bank ATM's. Most enjoyable part was meeting new Bank associates and having a team that I could ask for help on any problems that I needed.
Revenue Assurance Financial Analyst (Current Employee) – Duluth, GA – June 25, 2016
NCR is an decent company, they will train you and they will give you cross-organizational experience. This company looks out for their upper crust in the company only. In order to stay ahead of the curve and keep your position, plan to work 60-65 hours a week.
training, software integration
difficult for work-life balance, culture for US employees poor
Work involves lifting networking machinery, loading customer-requested data on it, then shipping it. The job teaches basic networking and Cisco configuration, and allows exposure to a wide variety of devices.
Management feels like they have no control over the staff. For example, one department rushes out their work so that they can go home early on fridays.
There doesn't seem to be any hope of moving up; despite multiple NCR employees leaving, nobody has been hired on from existing temps to fill in their shoes. The majority of workers are temps, hired through two other companies.
Co-workers are unpredictable at best, but most of them are good people.
The hardest and most enjoyable part of the job is hand-staging. Some of the guides can be cryptic, and it's up to the person staging the order (and the people they ask for help) to figure out what they're supposed to enter.
Entry-level technician job, provides experience with many different networking devices (including non-cisco), relaxed work environment.
Overtime occurs often, inventory once/year requires working over the weekend, management isn't the best, no hope of being hired on a permanent basis, 'temporary' position, little professionalism.
Bi-Optic Scanner Technician (Former Employee) – Suwanee, GA – June 18, 2016
Great company to work for. At the time, I was working at the warehouse. Unfortunately management is pretty bad. My lead was definitely always on top of it, unfortunately the floor manager was someone who was always having a bad day. There was no such thing as job culture because it was a warehouse.
Customer Engineer (Former Employee) – Duluth, GA – June 16, 2016
Expected to work night and days in same week sometimes in same day. No time to adjust to schedule, ruined my health. Managers cared less had to make there numbers. When interviewed I was asked if I was sent to training if I would learn or party. I passed all courses and tests but at training all I found were DRUNK NCR employees. So if you are looking to party this company is for you.
Always changing, updating equipment & the ways we do things made you think & was good
Regional Technical Support Specialist (Former Employee) – Duluth, GA – June 11, 2016
Get jobs on a device. Run them logistically. Could be computer, ATM, network or Laser Printer problem. Learned to be flexible and to be very patient. Management was easy to work with as you met their needs. Co-workers once you show them you work hard and will help them you all become a great work force. The hardest part of the job was changing managers, just had to learn their style. The most enjoyable part of job was solving the problems customers needed to get fixed.
Claims Analyst (Current Employee) – Duluth, GA – May 16, 2016
The biggest problem I had working with NCR was management. The company has grown so quickly in the department I was in that people were put into management because of the time they had within the company it appeared. The manager over me would tell me to do one thing then email her manager that she told me to do something different. Because of this, it created a lot of problems and leaves the new employee out catching bullets from all directions.
Production (Former Employee) – Phenix City, AL – May 14, 2016
I did enjoy working there but lazy people get away with way too much. I worked very hard every day for over 2 years, well they bring on these temps that don't want to work but for some odd reason they get away with it. Then when you say something about it you are the bad guy trying to start trouble. I see why they need temps no full time person whats to pull there weight all the time.
lazy people and how they let them get away with it
Technical Operations Manager (Current Employee) – Bentonville, AR – May 9, 2016
Open to investing into their employees and one of the better companies I have seen about retaining the best talent. If your looking for a growing organization, and by growing I mean developing better work environments for its employees, then apply at NCR.
Worst "professional" environment I have ever worked in...
Software Team Lead (Former Employee) – Fort Worth, TX – May 9, 2016
Managed by the 'croney' system ... if you're boss likes you ... you will be held close and have a good job... if not, you are sol... and the next opportunity available they will fire and replace you. Work environment was the most 'hostile' I have ever worked in... Exposed to situations that are outlawed by federal law, but HR did not do a thing about it... Name calling was part of the job... managers even got in on the game... Acceptable reviews given by imediate supervisor were immediately reversed by their manager simply to match quota numbers and personal feelings. Management failed to follow thru with ANY communication whatsoever with subordinates... Employees had absolutely no control over their work lives... and if possible their personal lives. Employees were berated for not working 40+ pay without overtime (which employer refused to pay until a lawsuit was threatened) This company is a typical textbook case of how NOT to manage...
The typical day at work was to configure Atm's, The management was nice, I loved my co-workers. I was not fond of the "corporate" meetings all of the time. I felt as if they review the same info and was a waste of time.