Great pay, but not patient managment.
Collections Representative (Former Employee) – West Valley City, UT – March 4, 2016
Working in a mortgage enviorment is tough, and requires to be repeated and be patient. The training they offer, does not offer this.
I started this job and wanted to walk out every day of training class.
The training in the first step in joining a company, shouldnt they be the "cheerleaders" of the company then?
Not for SPS! They were rude, impatient, and immature.
Multiple times they would not go over things again when requested.
Learning how the mortgage industry works is tough enough and having such unapproachable people being the guide thru it was horrible.
I liked the job months after training ended.
They are super strict about their attendance (they should but they should also be a bit more flexible with emergencies with our children at home).
I would recommend this job to someone who literally just wants to come to work, and not be social what so ever and learns quickly.
the management is not very helpful, and misleading.
I would reach out to employees that were there for years before the management after a point.
hour lunch, good pay, holidays off, sundays always off
managment, saturday schedules, procedures on calls.