Operations Specialist I (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – July 25, 2018
Management doesnt explain how to work the basics of the company such as clocking in a clocking out on there time system. I basically had to learn on my own where to find it and how to use it. I was told that I was not allowed to take a 15 minute break unless I clocked out. The pay is not enough to live in the area. Its definitely not enough if you sign up for the expensive benefits they offer which are not available to you until after your first 60 or 90 days. You have to wait for you vacation time as well.
The Company is still trying to move in the right direction, but it gets worst every year.
Specialist (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – June 16, 2018
This company has too many friends and family members in positions they make up. If you don't go out and play, then they won't pay. We lost so many great employees because of this. The turn over rate is horrible.
Free lunches and Team Building
Healthcare and Dental Benefits are horrible. Management is horrible as well now.
Level 2 Help Desk Support (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – May 4, 2018
AP is a nice place to work but watch out how you conduct yourself around certain people. they have HR on speed dial and if you do anything that is even deemed inappropriate in their eyes they will boot you out the door in a heartbeat. they try to have a fun environment but with the massive firings they have been doing in the past 6 months, job security and pay raises are at a minimum. They do try to keep up with the latest technology though, and the IT team was great to work with.
I never felt that the firm had my best interest in mind
Original Documents Specialist (Former Employee) – San Diego, CA – December 15, 2017
It seems our corporate offices in Atlanta would leave the employees over here in San Diego feeling under appreciated. Parking was horrible, the company gave us a lot of things to do with only 8 hours in a day to complete them, the cost of health insurance was so high that I never wanted to go see the doctor because it would cost way too much. And I never received any type of bonus for all the hard work that was done.
Bagel Day every other Friday, if your're willing to pay $50 you can dress business casual.
No parking, 30 mile commute each way everyday, no end of the year bonuses, high healthcare costs, and very few people willing to go above and beyond.
Step and fetch is how you will be addressed and treated
ACCOUNTING SPECIALIST (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – December 14, 2017
I saw firsthand why this firm has such a high turnover rate. There is no formal training in place to effectively train you to do your job, so be mindful that if you are not thoroughly trained and you attempt to do the work there, you will be reprimanded and threated with termination because you were supposed to come into the job knowing what to do. There is no accountability for the management or the supervisors here. Also, it seems people are just given promotions into managerial positions because they can smooze really well. Their personality, work ethic and knowledge of the functions definitely arent pivotal when been selected as a supervisor or a manager because there is no way you would have the people which hold these positions at this firm as employees. Everyone isn't fit to be in a capacity of a supervisor or manager.
compensation, the atmosphere, mentally and emotionally draining
Processor (Former Employee) – Atlanta GA – December 10, 2017
The management here is very unprofessional. They talk about their employees out loud on the floor to seasoned employees. I don't think managers should be close friends with their employees it comes off as favortism. I dont understand having a supervisor with only 3-4 people on a team which includes a team lead as well. These teams should be bigger with the need of both. Training isn't good at all. They ask other employees to train you and they really don't want to. They are no procedures set for the job function. They should train employees the correct way in a training class. Benefits are terrible and very expensive. Work loads are crazy and overloaded. Expectations are too high. They need to hire more people. Yearly increases are nothing. Overall I would not recommend this company to anyone unless you are desperate for a job. Oh and layoffs are often!!
Expensive healthcare and benefits, Unprofessional supervisor and training is terrible
Legal Assistant/ Team Lead (Current Employee) – Atlanta, GA – September 15, 2017
This firm does not value the employees over making a dollar. There is very little structure and upper management seems clueless on how to resolve firm issues. The health insurance is the worst plan I have seen. There is very little advancement opportunity in this firm.
Paralegal (Former Employee) – San Diego, CA – July 17, 2017
I applied for one position and was pushed into another role other than the one I applied for. There was no training manual and I was promised that I would be given time to adjust to this role I did not expect to fill. My trainer had a full plate with no real time to teach or train.
Computer systems are state of the art. Most of the people that work there seem good natured enough. This firm could use a real training program or person with actual training credentials to train new hires. I would recommend this firm only to people season in the area they are applying for.
Good computer systems when everything is running smoothly. Great location!
CYA because some folk there choose not to work well with others.
Mediation Paralegal (Current Employee) – Atlanta, GA – January 4, 2017
This firm shows care and concern for their employees. They are concerned about the family and their employees having a healthy balanced lifestyle. Salary is commensurate with experience. There is room for growth.
worked with several client systems and set hearings for all counties in Florida
Hearings Paralegal (Former Employee) – Delray Beach, FL – November 12, 2015
It was a great company to work for and I enjoyed the challenges it brought about daily; was always willing to take on more work and enjoyed being busy with a conscientious work ethic. Management could have been more supportive and willing to accept criticism; that is my only critique.