Pros: this company had an atm installed in the cafeteria, they had a lot of employee appreciationn days to let us know our hard work was appreciated
Cons: none...i enjoyed my job with this company
I started with this company in the Accounts Receivable department. Even though I only had a small amount of experience in this area of business and had just moved from another state when I applied for the job, this company gave me a chance to prove myself. Maintaining customer information in the database and sending out bills to customers was the main thing I did. However, before mailing the bills out I had to make sure all the information was correct. I dealt with large, well known companies and my name went on the billing. There is nothing worse than sending a statement with wrong information on it to a customer. It was not only embarrassing to the company, but to me personally. If something was not right with the bill, I worked with other departments until it was corrected.
I learned that having precise and correct information BEFORE a bill gets mailed to a customer is good for business and myself. I may not be as fast in my work as others, but I pride myself in being thorough and accurate.
I would like to think that my time management is good. However, someone else may think I can do better. If this is the case, I will have them discuss with me where I can make improvements and do my best to make any necessary adjustments.
I usually get along with my co-workers. I try to resolve any issues that may arise. I've never had any issues with co-workers that couldn't be resolved in a professional manner.
The hardest part of this job was the mandatory overtime. When business was especially good, OT was part of the job. I didn't mind it, however, sometimes it was hard to schedule – more... family functions on weekends. Mandatory OT could be an ongoing event every weekend, sometimes lasting several months straight. The money was good though.
I enjoyed working with data on computers. I would put my headphones on and get to work. If there were minimal interruptions I could put out hundreds of statements a day. With each statement I printed, I I felt like I accomplished a great deal, especially when I knew the information on them was correct. – less