Typically walk into 4-5 voice mails and 20+ emails. Management wasn't consistently helpful. Co-workers were great and we helped each other out at every turn. Empty promises from management about office needs. Hardest part was being micro-managed. The best part was coming through for a client in a bind and receiving genuine thanks, knowing that you actually helped another individual. That's priceless.
paid (Former Employee) – Houston, TX – November 5, 2013
Houston is one of the worst BU's to work for in this company. The only good thing is they are generous with time off. People get laid off or leave and no reason is given, even if the person is very senior. Last year the company decided to absolutely do away with their awards program that year because they said no one in the company met expectations, there are more than 5 business units all over the world.
generous time off
Compensation is LOW, management is inexperienced, lack of support
Very active company with a tremendous work load that times flies when working.
Title & Closing Coordinator (Current Employee) – Whippany, NJ – March 26, 2014
A typical day at work...
Reading emails and respond to time sensitive matters Sending out wires (equity, payoffs, closing costs) and reviewing the bank download Reconciling several files and sending final invoices to client Other invoices generated but not limited to inventory, post-closing, property management Updating spreadsheets and create reports for management
In the six years that I been at my current employer, I have learned a tremendous amount of information. I have worked in the expense management, audit, compliance, and title and closing department,
Due to the work volume, I am never bored and rarely look at the clock.