Voice Operations (Former Employee) – New York, NY – June 22, 2018
favoritism and politics guide the way. If you know how to play the game and you are liked by your direct manager, there is a chance to succeed. A huge disconnect between corporate management and local managers. The firm is going in one direction and the rest of the manager do as they please.
Usher/Ticket Agent (Current Employee) – Brooklyn, NY – April 30, 2018
Fun and friendly environment. A typical day consist of taking tickets or showing guests where to sit. Once the game/show starts the shift is just crowd control and answering guests questions. The best part is witnessing a great concert or game winning shot.
Loved the job and people - too bad we didn't get funded
Business Analyst/Technical Writer (Former Employee) – McKinney, TX – April 22, 2018
Loved this place, the culture, and the people. Only reason I left was due to the lack of funding from the UK and the eventual shutdown of the entire office. Saw the ship sinking and left but was reluctant as I loved the job and the people.
CONTRACTOR (Former Employee) – Wilmington, DE – April 20, 2018
I was a contractor for Contemporary Staffing Solutions. My contract was dropped without any for warning or reason given. I found out from my rep at CSS via email and a phone call two days prior to my new week starting. CSS had no negative reports concerning my performance. They had no idea , and could not provide me with any reason for my release. I too, was unaware of any negative reports. I had no meetings or mails with my immediate supervisor concerning my performance while I was there. My employment was just terminated, with no forwarnIng. THIS IS NO WAY TO TREAT AN EMPLOYEE, CONTRACTOR OR NOT!
Worked there. Got the flu and provided doctors notes and medical documents as required. Got fired. Very strict attendance policy from day one of training and during working schedule; that is the cause of their high turnover rates.
Productive group but no room for career advancement
AVP, Event & Roadshow Marketing (Former Employee) – New York, NY – April 16, 2018
Extremely long hours; expected to be on call at all hours. Management not consistent in how employees are treated. Salary not in line with hours that are needed to do the job properly; increases do not even cover the cost of living expenses.
IT Manager (Current Employee) – Wilmington, DE – April 14, 2018
When I started, it felt like a start-up with very intelligent, innovative colleagues. Culture has changed as we globalize with the parent organization. Many of the really talented people have left for better opportunities.
Work from home, location, citizenship, diversity and inclusion program
Lack of Advancement, Need more investment in Technology, Better Management Development
Program Manager (Contractor) (Former Employee) – New York, NY – April 3, 2018
Barcap is a hybrid British American culture. In their culture, it seemed more important to allow time and money to be wasted by complying with the casual culture than to actually produce. Subsequent management committed to resolving this issue.
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Henderson, NV – March 28, 2018
Nice place to work. If I could I would still work there, but decided to move back to Florida which is home.There is really nothing much else to say about the company. The people were pretty nice and the customers also.