Sinking ship poor management, no good employee benefits. I don't see what they have to offer their employees
With the present management they are in trouble. It's amazing that they've kept so many branches open. They are a chop shop, and will continue to beat up their customers. 2-3 years max and done
Company struggles maintaining budget and cuts throughout this year 2017 while other similar lenders continue to grow.
Continued Layoffs poor management demoting folks sinking ship
Strong industry leader poised to stay at current headcount (throughout 2017)or grow while others in this industry are making huge cuts to their staffing.
Answered - Supervisor (Current Employee) - Plano, TX
Full of fines and legal issues
Starting to see poor management sneaking into more and more key positions, which makes me wonder. However, growth has been strong and consistent with doubling numbers year after year. My money is on they will be around awhile, but without better direction and an improved concern about the staff they will likely overheat until they reach an epic meltdown.
It's a sinking ship
Answered - Mortgage Processor, Retail Sales (Former Employee) - Westfield, IN
Answered - Loan Servicing Specialist (Former Employee) - Westfield, IN