Wholesaler Marketing Coordinator (Former Employee) – Irvine, CA – January 25, 2018
Their retirement plan is the best and they are very generous with their contributions. However, it feels like the culture is very Stepford wife like. Training is great though so for career advancement purposes this is a great company.
Account Manager (Former Employee) – Troy, MI – December 6, 2017
they lie and give you the run around. will say anything to get your commitment. the turnaround rate is ridiculous. regardless of whether you make money yourself, they just need bodies doing the door to door or telephone sales for the company. you waste your own gas, time, and money for nothing back. you're expected to attend morning and weekly meetings, and work at the minimum a 40 hour week with no promise of pay. they speak of bonuses or advancements but there are none. DO NOT WORK HERE
Consultant (Former Employee) – Troy, MI – August 11, 2017
Your promised high pay, but even if your the best worker there you won't see a good pay check or even a paycheck the job is just a scam. All the managers there lie to you about pay and the opportunity they just want you to stay so they can make money off of your work.
collection/customer service agent (Former Employee) – Charlotte, NC – June 5, 2017
This job you must be able to think quick and come up solutions. In order for collections to work the main focus is getting the full payment right then or partial payment before the call has ended. You must prepare to make at 250 calls per day. How the business is pretty relax you are your own boss you can decide on how must money you will like to make.
Community Columnist (Current Employee) – Annapolis, MD – November 17, 2016
The Capital gave me a great opportunity and took a chance on me. You meet many people and learn about the area. It's fun and personally rewarding but there is no way to support a family or even yourself doing just this. I must work a second job. I do this for the love of it.
Release Engineer (Current Employee) – Irvine, CA – October 12, 2016
I have found the last two and a half years to have been extremely rewarding. I have found the challenge successfully coordinating different groups and tasks to be very fulfilling. I would very much recommend Capital Group as a place to work. I have a great team to share my daily duties with and we are very supportive of each other.
Technical Project Manager (Current Employee) – Irvine, CA – September 16, 2016
Mutual respect is one of the key aspect that I see here. Another positive attitude is rather than a conservative approach of technology adoption, the company embraces New technologies, tools and methods and want to be a market leader in all aspects on technology.
Administrative Assistant II (Former Employee) – New York, NY – June 24, 2016
Wonderful work environment and co-workers. Management varies depending on who and what team your working for. Versatile position allowing me to learn more about the business, and support several different managers in Marketing & IR.
My experience was fulfilling it was a great opportunity to jump back into the NY market. It also created the opportunity to work with different teams across the nation & internationally allowing me to be a part of some very interesting and different projects from my experiences in the past.
Great co-worlers and associate gatherings & treats
Financial Analyst (Current Employee) – Norfolk, VA – May 31, 2016
Overall, I am enjoying my time with Capital Group. After taking some time to transition back to the Virginia Beach area, I was approached by Capital Group after expressing interest to get back into the financial industry.
Investment Associate (Former Employee) – Norfolk, VA – April 27, 2016
a typical day at work consisted of processing any investments mailed in along with data entry and dealer changes. I enjoyed working independently and at my own pace. the flexible schedule was also a plus
Great Benefits, Great Job if you like a call center enviornment
Senior Client Service Representative (Former Employee) – San Antonio, TX 78251 – April 18, 2016
Financial Services Call Center. Great Co-workers, great training programs. Hardest part of the job was there were no breaks in between calls. You end one call and the other call pops in. You never know what the next call will request for. It was very call center oriented. No matter how stellar of a job you do, it never good enough. The most enjoyable part of the job was the valuable training I received and how to hone my customer service skills.
Batch Maker (Former Employee) – Birmingham, AL – April 7, 2016
Come in clean and prepare area for whatever is being ran that morning. Make labels for boxes, brought, pallets to work area. Teamwork, safety, and knowledge of others is learned daily. The hardest part of the job if I had to pick would probably be lifting 70lbs constantly. Great co workers they gave their all. The most enjoyable part of the job would be they gave me the opportunity to better my forklift skills and knowledge of shipping an receiving