I am a full grown woman with children and grandchildren. Not the type that would want to be in a high school environment.
The agents create the environment and culture.
At the processing center people are nice but they need educate their lead and management about things that people really need not things that they don't need inputting things on paper and micromanaging is not the way to go they need to learn to listen to employees it would help out a great deal act like they want to listen to you but really nothing ever gets done.
Experience that I have seen and been involved in. is being like back in preschool they treat you like you're a little kid and have kid activities like if you were in elementary school they need to learn to treat co-workers with respect and quit rewarding grown people with candy all the time and maybe something that's useful that can help them out like gift cards or raises. That would be the right thing to do especially for a company that makes that kind of money.
Salt Lake Items Processing employees where some of the most awful people I've ever met in my life aside from maybe 2 and that is a big maybe. Run!!!
Salt Lake Items Processing is a Joke. Coworker's are backbiting even to their so called friends and management includes themselves in the negative talk. Very unprofessional.
Very childish felt like I was in high school
Answered - Account Manager, Accounting Services (Former Employee) - Phoenix, AZ
Its a good job and the people are great.
Answered - Production Worker (Former Employee) - West Valley City, UT
Everyone is happy working there
Answered - Account manager (Former Employee) - West Valley City, UT
Culture is very fun! There are a lot of different people there, so it makes it interesting.
Answered - Customer Service Representative (Current Employee) - West Valley City, UT