Account Assistant (Current Employee) – Pittsburgh, PA – January 22, 2018
There's alot of doing others work. Lack of work so getting out early is almost daily. I personally need something more stable and financially stable. The atmosphere and coworkers are amazing, but once you help they expect it every time and get upset if you dont.
Early days. Able to wear jeans and a tshirt
Hours, pay, company buy outs, endless repetitive task.
Accountant - AR Manager (Current Employee) – Atlanta, GA – December 7, 2017
A typical workday begins with coming into the office early to review daily task, priorities, email. I also do a similar task at the end of the day. The pattern is similar most days of the week; however, two times of the week, I lead outstanding assignments and a variety of topics with my team and review reports with my CFO. Since I work closely with our executive sales team I am often on calls throughout the day on most days.
Computer Room Operator (Current Employee) – Naperville, IL – October 17, 2017
Okay workplace, no opportunity for growth, poor management, company always short staffed, hard to fit room for vacation days, but my take away from this is that because of all of this, I learned that I was able to self-manage myself and my work.
SENIOR OPERATIONS MANAGER (Current Employee) – Naperville, IL – July 5, 2017
While in a fast paced environment with ever changing challenges in the remittance industry, every day is a new day. With volume in the millions of payments per month, there is little room for error as our focus is processing and determining what to take out of consumer's bank accounts. If a payment is processed incorrectly, it causes a negative impact to the end customer, the client and our reputation. This means each associate needs to be on point to ensure the highest quality and receive the proper training and communication on client processes and changes. For those that seek a fast paced environment who is always looking to accomplish the next challenge, this place is for you.
MANUAL OPENER (Former Employee) – LOUISVILLE, KY – August 17, 2016
The management and co workers at transcentra were friendly and great to work with. Working for this company was useful and productive to me. I was responsible for processing checks, credit cards and money for numerous companies such as lge, bmw,etc.
Rejects clerk (Former Employee) – Naperville, IL – July 26, 2016
The job itself is an ok kind of job, pretty easy. I kind of enjoyed it, I was really going working there, so I'm pretty sure things might have changed from then. The employees and managers there were very messy. It was always drama going on. Not only were the employees involved but the managers were to,
Mailroom Clerk (Former Employee) – Pittsburgh, PA – July 19, 2016
no one was on time no room for advancement co-workers was lovely processing was fun. i received mail from the post office twice a day. i then cut every individual piece of mail. Then sort into the matrix which was a huge sorting machine that had the box numbers programed into each tray then pick each tray by hand by times. Set-up for processor
Productive time goes by fast because you are so busy
Associate clerk (Former Employee) – Louisville, KY – May 3, 2016
Very busy and pushed to make cut times. I learned to put all accounts in order to make cuts and to work many different accounts to there procedures. Management worked along with us when needed in different areas. Work well with co-workers , had good relationship with them as family.Hardest part was when you pushed as hard as you could and it just wasn't good enough.Most enjoyable time was with co-workers and sharing time about one another family.