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Santander Consumer USA Inc Employer Reviews

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Pay good be great
Dealer Development Spec (Former Employee), Dallas, TXMarch 6, 2014
Pros: pay
Cons: consistency and communication
The pay incl bonus could be absolutely fantastic, but there was a lack of consistency and communication. Typical office environment and coworkers workers were decent people.
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great company to work for
mid range account manager (Former Employee), nrhMarch 3, 2014
Pros: tons of gifts, events, benefits
I have met so many friends that worked for this comapny. your branch becomes your family. Easy days at work... just go in help people with a smile on your face. training is not great you learn better on the job. management is great.. depending on your district. newland district did not welcome students.
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productive and fun workplace with a nice break rom.
mid range account manger (Former Employee), n.r.hills,txMarch 3, 2014
Pros: free lunches
Cons: short breaks
i loved the place of business and the environment. it was very educational to learn about the auto industry.
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no concern for employees
Mid range - Collection Specialist (Former Employee), Fort Mill, SCFebruary 18, 2014
purchased company in acquisition and fired and laid people off after only one year of purchase.
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Not a great place to work
Front End Collection Manager (Former Employee), Fort Mill, SCFebruary 6, 2014
This company had us violating a lot of federal laws calling people in excess and etc. The money was not all that great. No notice wen we closed just pretty much told us to leave they were shutting the location down.
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There are some great managers here....
Account Manager (Former Employee), Dallas, TXFebruary 4, 2014
Pros: if you clock in and keep your head low, you could work there forever.
Cons: management, lack of trust among employees, low morale.
But horrible senior management. I think that they could stand to pay a little more, because they drastically decreased the employees money over time. The job duties can be stressful because you aren't working with "A" grade paper. Senior management is very detached from what happens outside of their door and they aren't very grounded.
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Auto Collections Representative (Former Employee), North Richland Hills, TXJanuary 30, 2014
Pros: free times
Cons: long days
Performed outbound collection calls to customers regarding their delinquent automobile loan. Assisted customers to ensure that contractual services expectations are exceeded.
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a good beginning
Customer Service/Front End Collections (Current Employee), Fort Worth, TXJanuary 26, 2014
Pros: bonus structure is competive
busy, assisting other co-workers with information, lease automotive production, payment structure
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not a good company to work for
Sr. Front End Acct Manager (Former Employee), Fort Mill, SCJanuary 9, 2014
Management staff was not great to work with. They did not understand the concept of work life balance
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Company with exponential growth
Governance Specialist (Current Employee), North Richland Hills, TXDecember 27, 2013
Pros: get to work from home one day per week
Cons: not much areas to grow in the legal department
Assigned to licensing department as a Governance Specialist under the supervision of the Governance Manager. Prepare new licensing packages, licensing renewals, and responsible for annual reporting. The Governance Specialist is responsible for registering the company in all applicable states and obtaining the necessary business licenses to allow the – more... company to conduct business in each state. I have learned quite a deal working with this company and the process of keeping up with Regulatory and Compliance requirements is just one. My co-workers are fantastic and are willing to assist in whatever needs to be handled to get the job done. The most difficult aspect of my job is the growth factor. There are not many positions I can grow into. Santander has many great qualitites including a casual dress code and the ability to work remotely. – less
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productive and fun work place with many opportunity, I have learned how to be a stronger account manager,, and customer service oriented
Account Manager (Current Employee), North Richland Hills, TXDecember 19, 2013
Pros: they play games for gift cards, etc
Cons: santander short term is not the best.
productive and fun workplace with opportunity, I have learned from my company that your customer is always right and they come first.
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Customer Service Rep (Former Employee), North Richland Hills, TXDecember 14, 2013
It was a great place to work just had to part ways due to personal matter.
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santander
Front End Account Manager (Former Employee), Englewood, CODecember 11, 2013
santander is a growing company i cant say i really liked working there but it was a job that helped pay the bills but bad hours and mediocre managers who were rude and didnt really have a clue as to what they were doing and sexist towards woman a bad work environment above all.
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Productive and a Team Player
Mid Range Acct Manager (Former Employee), North Richland Hills TXDecember 5, 2013
I enjoy working with people, collecting on past due auto accounts
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Everything is a lie or leverage.
Quality Assurance (Former Employee), Dallas, TXDecember 4, 2013
Pros: availability of entry-level jobs
Cons: everything else
Firstly, the customers are #1... targets. This company brazenly skirts usury laws and intentionally chases the poor because tax law will pay their bill upon default then crush the borrowers under concreted debt forever. The company can then re-sale or auction the car for a second round of profit. Secondly, employees are #1... behind customers. There – more... are no raises, no cost of living increases, harsh and irregular working hours, extremely slow-to-accrue leave time with draconian regulations for actual usage, active measures to prevent employees from advancing, constant culling of quality employees in order to reduce pay bonuses, frequent bating-and-switching to drive away employees in offices without a bonus structure (especially before they become eligible for benefits), and no pay-out of accrued leave time upon separation. Meanwhile, propaganda-style posters laud every good thing that the company snuffs in practice (things like work/life balance, upward mobility, simple recognition, etc.), as well as urging every employee to be an entrepreneur within the sheepfold of the company-- to make the company bigger, stronger, richer. – less
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Auto Collections Representative (Former Employee), TXDecember 1, 2013
A TYPICAL DAY AT WORK FOR ME IS GETTING EVERYTHING DONE & ENJOY MYSELF WHY DOING IT........WHAT I LEARN IS EVERYONE HAVE DIFFERENT PROBLEM AND I LEARN HOW TO DEAL WITH EACH PROBLEM DIFFERNTLY.......I HAD THE BEST CO-WORKERS THEY WERE ALL THERE TO HELP WHEN YOU NEED THE HELP.....THEY NEVER JUDGE YOU ABOUT NOTHING.......THE HARDEST PARTOF MY JOB IS WHEN – more... I CANT HELP A CUSTOMER WHEN THEY REALLY NEED THE HELP.......WHAT I LOVE THE MOST IS WHEN I GET ALL MY WORK DONE....AND ABLE TO HELP EVERYONE AND KEEPING A SMILE ON THERE FACE – less
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Growing company
Reinstatement Administrative Assistant (Current Employee), North Richland Hills, TXNovember 16, 2013
Cons: hard to move up
Santander is a forever growing and changing company. The most enjoyable thing about Santander is my co-workers; they are great!
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Good place to learn about banking
Retail Financial Specialist (Current Employee), Providence, RINovember 11, 2013
Pros: working hours
Cons: little room for advancement
Very fast learning environment and an excellent place to get your feet wet fast in the world of banking.

Need to be dynamic and able to work on multiple projects at the same time,
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Very micro managed
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee), Englewood, COOctober 23, 2013
Great place for our youth to start work and gain experience. Career individuals don't have many options for growth.
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Customer Service Sweatshop
Dealer Development Specialist (Former Employee), Dallas, TXOctober 8, 2013
Pros: money is decent until they end up capping bonuses (which they will!)
Cons: a very stressful, awful job if you have half a brain.
Answer calls constantly all day that are other buyer's dealers. Everything there is counter-intuitive. If it makes since to be one way, then you can bet it'll be another. Two 15 min breaks only... and you better be back in time. Cater lunch, not because they want to be good to employees, but because they want you to eat at your desk and keep working/answering – more... calls and fighting with shady dealers on the phone. Middle Management is unnecessary, extremely annoying, and incompetent. You don't need them to do you job at all, but they watch you like a hawk for no reason. Big Brother is always keeping tabs on you electronically too. It's good job if you like a talking on the phone all day/every day, taking orders, dealing with angry calls, sitting in one spot for 6 days a week, and dealing with a high school lunch room environment. – less

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