Customer Service Representative/Data-Entry Clerk (Former Employee), Memphis, TN – October 22, 2014
Pros: hr.lunch breaks, set you own vacations
Cons: the healthcare
With the 18 years I've been there it had to be something I loved about it. My co-workers made my day so that tell you I was a team player. The hardest part of my day was being able to complete my job before I left for the day. I learned a lot from my job so it was hard to for me to be laid off. I enjoyed what I did and took pride in my work.
If you like cliques and bad management this is your place
Accounts Receivable (Former Employee), Amherst, Ny – May 5, 2014
Pros: pay is reasonable
Cons: co workers are debbie downers, management sucks
I learned a new system in SAP, the management is god awful and there are like 18 managers and 20 HR people in the Amherst,Ny location. If you talk bad about the managers to HR you will be let go, the place is run by a bunch of jokers, there are little cliques in every department, the most enjoyable part was the pay check and if they didn't pay good – more... I would have left a long time ago. – less
NE Regional Major Accounts Manager (Former Employee), Moorestown, NJ – April 23, 2014
Pros: great support from superiors.
Cons: not being able to spend the rest of my career with them.
I worked with Uni-Select for 23 years, First as MAWDI and then with Uni-Select. I was very happy as an employee until there was a significant downsizing in the business in 2012. As a publicly owned company changes were necessary to keep the company in business, and I was a casualty of downsizing at this time.
The people that I worked with over the – more... years were great, and I can say nothing against the management as they were terrific during my tenure.
Even though I was a casualty, Uni-Select has come back very strong and will continue to be a force to be reckoned with for many years to come. – less
Accounts Receivable specialist/ Team Leader (Current Employee), Roanoke, VA – August 14, 2013
Pros: it was close to home, great team to work with, decent pay.
Cons: company re-locating all of the departments jobs to canada.
I enjoyed working with UniSelect USA while it lasted. My typical day was spent processing payments and helping out team members. I liked leading our daily team chats every morning. I would assess our amount of work for the day and meet with everyone on the team to discuss what should be and is expected to be complete that day especially if we had people – more... out of work that day etc. The hardest part of the job would be when i first started and trying to learn all of the different policies and systems at the time until it became natural, I still picked up on everything fairly quick and had more knowledge than most of my co-workers. I have learned a lot of time management and knowledge of business all around from accounting to how to deal with all networks of the company. – less