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Wonderful place if you never want to advance
Clerk (Former Employee), Forest Park, GeorgiaJuly 17, 2014
Pros: its better than not having a job
Cons: wages
The Forest Park, Ga location is the worse. We were told by the operations manager that if we wanted to make more money, we needed to key faster. We were made a work a 12 hour shift and if we didn't, we got occurances. We were told that we (SourceHOV) don't legally HAVE to give you a break. Management is useless. Majority of them have no idea what they – more... are doing. They are relying on the leads for EVERYTHING. When too many of the higher management leaves, you know that you are in trouble! – less
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Terrible! back breaking work and slave wages
Prepper (Former Employee), kingstonApril 5, 2014
Pros: a check
Cons: everything else
You start the day by clocking in, but you can't start early and you can't be late. Then you go into the prep room and someone starts handing out work and you use a letter opener to open the letters and large envelops, then throw the envelop away and sort the taxes into piles of remit and non-remit. mad easy work, but the place sucks you dry and is stressful – more... as heck, as well as dusty and hot. If you work Full time you get 2 10 minute breaks and 1 unpaid 1/2 hour lunch. The 10 minute breaks are a joke because once you walk to the breakroom it's almost half gone.The breakroom stinks and is full of old newspapers and magzines, nobody wants, they have snack and cold/ hot drink machines, but that's it. Really cheap set up. They pay 8.75 per hour, but give data entry 9.25, even though we worked just as hard and have to be around dust and the stuff on the mail. If you are disabled you get the short end of the stick, the doors are heavy and the main door will not let you out because its electronic so it take like 2 minutes to leave the place, the wood on the door is splitting from where people have been trying to get out. This is a fire trap. Also they fire old people and hanicappied people first, because they're too slow or have special nneds.You will get paid, but not enough to make it to the next check, we are paid every other week. There is health insurance, but it does not cover alot of medical things. I think thisjob is like McDonald's, but my friend who work's there got paid more than me. – less
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Friendly enviroment Nice people
Indexer/Doc prep (Former Employee), Binghamton, NYNovember 4, 2013
Pros: five day work week
Cons: poor lighting, poor chairs
A typical day starts with good steady work flow usually leading to different project through out the building.
I have gained knowledge in a wide of insurance, tax fields and indexing all sort of document as well as document prep.
Management was not always the best but they made an effort.
co-worker have various personalities so getting along for the – more... team is essential.
The hardest part of the job is the sitting for long period of time it may cause lower back problems.
work in teams to complete the goals is most enjoyable . – less
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Good people, but overall very disappointed.
Clerk (Current Employee), EnglewoodJuly 29, 2012
Pros: easy stress free work and close to light rail
Cons: unpredictable hours
At the time of this review, I have worked with SHOV for nearly 5 months. In that time I have gotten three raises, going from $9/hr to $11/hr. Not bad.

That said, SHOV does not have the capacity to guarantee you 40 hrs per week! So really, the raises have only slightly increased my pay, as over the past few months I have seen a steady decline in my – more... hours worked. To make matters worse, as the workload diminished, additional staff were brought on to help us meet deadlines that we'd hitherto had no problem meeting. So again, hours were cut.

I have gone from 45+ hrs each week to sometimes as low as 30.
Not sustainable. – less