State Agency Response Representative (Current Employee) – Creve Coeur, MO – September 24, 2018
Fast pace from beginning to the end of the thee day .Need to listen to why the deputy is calling and if the information has not been provided, let the deputy know it needs to be requested and the time frame given to obtain the information. Make sure I give the date the request should be back my name, asking if there is anything else I can assist with. I love help assisting the deputy so they can get the job done.
Director (Current Employee) – St. Louis, MO – August 29, 2018
The typical Equifax worker has served in multiple roles within the company, many times due to career progression. The culture is friendly and work-life balance is good, but working with top management (Rudy Ploder) can be difficult.
Good people, positive work environment
Substantial amount of change due to new CEO leadership
Great work environment, excellent staff and management
Senior Financial Analyst III (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – August 19, 2018
• Performed month-end close procedures by calculating accrual estimates, revenue adjustments, quarter-end / year-end true ups and supervised billing department; reviewed two staff accountants responsible for affiliate billing, special projects, adjustments and journal entries. • Managed all areas of the revenue-sharing process to ensure that Equifax and system affiliates were properly compensated based on file ownership. Recorded the monthly affiliate revenues and expenses. Prepared the monthly revenue sharing, affiliate, and mortgage financial reporting. • Reviewed the Affiliates Contract, prepared memos and a PowerPoint presentation to management showing the proper method of revenue sharing which saved the company over one million dollars annually. Notified subsidiaries and prepared monthly spreadsheets documenting savings. • Designed, prepared, and presented the new reconciliation template used by Equifax for all financial account reconciliations. Designed the price-volume Access database. • Designed, tracked, and reconciled subscription accounts for Equifax’s small business exchange contributing annual revenue over $40 million to meet new Sarbanes Oxley standards. Reviewed all contracts and determined proper allocation rates for proper revenue recognition.
SARC- Customer Service (Current Employee) – Earth City, MO – August 18, 2018
The benefits makes up for the low compensation. The SARC department for Equifax you want to stay away from very stressful. Management is very rude, inconsistent, and does not follow through with what they say. this department is highly stressful.
Manager, Corporate Events (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – August 16, 2018
I learned a lot working for Equifax. The opportunities I had there positioned me for my career advancements in the workforce. As expected, the culture here is very corporate. However, during my time there, it was a little more laid back and family friendly.
Member of the fulfilment Associate team (Former Employee) – Des Moines, IA – August 7, 2018
I made calls to employers to verify employment on their employees. We worked on behalf of Wells Fargo which means anyone that applied fora house loan we were the third party that verified employment. After 3 months of working there I got put on a project where I read articles and inputed crime into a data base as well as still working my regular duties on the phone.
Analyst (Current Employee) – Alpharetta, GA – July 31, 2018
Equifax is a wonderful place to work with a lot of opportunities for growth and development. There is a great work-life balance and the industry is pretty interesting as well. No place is perfect, but in all Equifax is a great place to work.
Customer Support Specialist / ID Watchdog (Former Employee) – Denver, CO – July 27, 2018
my manager is great optional overtime was great pay is very low> They are now going to outsource so there is no more opportunity for me here I was working her on temp to possible full time employment but now they are not offering full time employment it is going to be outsourced. Therefore I will not be working for Equifax any longer than the 10th of August 2018
Field Representative (Former Employee) – Stevens Point, WI – July 22, 2018
Nice position for someone looking for a flexible working environment. Lots of freedom to get wok completed on your own schedule. Ability to make as much money as you want depending on how hard you want to work.
Fulfillment Associate (Current Employee) – West Des Moines, IA – July 18, 2018
I was excited when I got hired on full time here. I like my team lead and thought there would be opportunity for advancement. I was wrong. Favoritism and nepotism run rampant. People are fake and petty. Advancement is based on popularity instead of merit. Seniority has no value. It's like being back in high school. I have never been so disappointed by an employment situation in my life.
Fulfillment Associate (Former Employee) – West Des Moines, IA – June 29, 2018
I worked as a Fulfillment Associate in an Equifax call center doing verifications of employment and income. I do not recommend it unless you have a very high tolerance for stress. I burnt out after 1 year (for comparison, it took me 3 years to burn out in fast food).
They pay you
High Stress, negative atmosphere, poor responsiveness from management, micromanaging policies
Strategic Account Manager (Current Employee) – St. Louis, MO – June 26, 2018
Daily tasks and expectations for customer facing positions continue to increase with additional responsibilities every few weeks. Lots of paperwork (electronic) - there is an extensive form to be completed for every task. Difficult to manage workload.
Fulfillment Associate (Former Employee) – West Des Moines, IA – June 24, 2018
This job pays well enough to afford rent and allows you to have independence but those are the only positive notes I have. Management is poor and ignores employees daily. You are almost required to go around your supervisors in order to receive help. After asking for assistance multiple times from my team leads I was left with no other option to formally complain to the manager of our whole office about their negligence. Perfect job if you don't like talking to co-workers or enjoy being told you're wrong.