Fun people, emotionally difficult work
APRS is in the probate (deceased) collections business. They make every effort to do their very difficult job ethically and with empathy. The company is very well managed, upper management goes out of their way to be available to employees. A typical day on the collections team, entails 6-7 hours per day on an auto dialer, attempting to connect with the person handling the financial affairs of a recently deceased relative. Once they are able to connect with that person, they attempt to learn if the person's estate is in a position to repay outstanding debts and whether there are funds available now or if there is a probate claim they need to file with the courts. The hardest part of the job is dealing with people who are grieving, emotions can be very raw. The most enjoyable part is the people, management is friendly and available, co-workers try and make everyone feel welcome.
People, bonuses, hours
Dealing with the grieving, too many meetings and training sessions