Team Lead (Current Employee), Bangalore – March 25, 2012
Pros: free cab facilities
Cons: average salary
Every weekend working is a typical day at work. Management is not ready to take more people when more work has allotted to the Team. Management stress people and get all work done with less staff members.
I have learnt Leadership skills which helped me in other way how to manage things / time and people at work. It's been a very good experience working – more... with different kinds / region of people and train them.
Management is not much involved with production / conference calls regarding production / quality issues. Leads and Supervisors will run the entire show. Management will take part only when appraisals takes place every year. There is no Motivation coming out from any othe management group.
Co-workers are well trained and experienced with all Teams. Most of them takes good responsibilities and takes care of the team very well. It's nice to work with the team members who can understand the needs and dont's of US Co-ordinators and works towards to achieve single goal.
At present the hardest part of the job is make the team members to work on all weekends.
Everytime and everyday getting new things learning. So, overall most of the time we'll be enjoying while working. – less
Title Processor (Former Employee), ITPL, Bangalore – May 22, 2013
Cons: short breaks
As I was working as a Title Processor, my typical day starts at 2pm and ends by 10pm. I came across different attitude people, stressful period and learnt how to face all those. Management is too good and very supportive in all matters. Very friendly co workers Working during nightshifts is the hardest part of the job. Working in teams is the most enjoyable – more... part of the job. – less
Division Human Resources Manager (Former Employee), Blue Springs, MO – May 22, 2013
Pros: great people, flexible schedule, great location
First American is an amazing company with great culture, great values, clear focus and great management. I would highly recommend working there. You will not find many companies like this left in today's world. I am trying to return to the company now, kicking myself that I ever left!
Sr. Production Analyst (Former Employee), Santa Ana, CA – February 26, 2013
Pros: great people to work with.
Cons: company became unfriendly to employees and demanded too much time away from personal needs.
I basically tore down and re-constructed their entire production system from CA products to BMC products. This included a project that I initiated that eliminated close to $5 Million dollar expenditures on print and paper costs by placing all company reports on-line. Also, I eliminated a 150,00 cartridge tape library that was converted over to a Virtual – more... Tape System saving a football field worth of floor space and increasing ease of data access. – less
Processor (Former Employee), Westlake, TX – February 12, 2013
My experience spans the financial services, real estate and telecommunications industries. I have a particular aptitude for high volume customer service management with strong analytical capabilities along with strength in multi-tasking. Skilled in a variety of technologies including:
Microsoft Word • Excel • PowerPoint • Word Perfect • Lotus • MortgageServ – more... application Remedy database • Rekon database • SMARTweb application • Web-based and mainframe service applications – less
Agent Support (Former Employee), Sandy, Utah – January 22, 2013
Arriving to work I would handle emails sent through the night that need replys, then take calls from our agents regarding the status of the reports. I enjoyed wotking there very much and enjoyed my coworkers.
Collector (Former Employee), Columbia, SC – January 8, 2013
Pros: hours 9-5 monday - friday. holidays off
Cons: no pto, ot
This was not such a pleasurable or enjoyable experience. There was poor managements, not looking out for the best interest of the staff. Very abusive of authority. the work place was in disorder. There was no health care. This was also a company whom held no regards for its client or customers. That is why my experience there was so short lived.
Administrative Team Assistant (Former Employee), New York, NY – September 4, 2012
• Answered Phones, Outgoing calls, Letter writing, filing. emails • Compiled, copy, sort, and file records of office activities, business transactions. • Managed private information with internal software.
Tax Processor II (Current Employee), Westlake, TX – August 21, 2012
Conduct physical research of data requiring the exercise of some judgment and discretion. • Extract and enter appropriate data onto application, other form, or database. • Analyze and interpret information extracted to meet requirements • Proofread documents submitted by searchers for grammatical, mathematical, typographical, and compositional errors – more... adhering to formatting standards and guidelines. • Perform duties such as maintaining simple to complex files, searching and investigating information contained in files, processing departmental documents requiring more specific knowledge of functional operations and entering report results into tracking system. • Read and follow instructions on difficult metes and bounds legal descriptions. • Update/maintain database with reviewed and corrected data. – less