MERCHANT REPRESENTATIVE (Former Employee) – Coral Springs, FL – July 21, 2018
· Answered incoming calls, provided support, troubleshooting and training to merchants · Successfully programmed and downloaded terminals. · Created and implemented activities committee. · Trained new employees
Excellent work life, cafeteria on site to avoid having to leave the building
Senior Finance Manager, National Sales (Former Employee) – Melville, NY – July 21, 2018
I learned a lot about P&L's, General Legers, and how to use multiple programs. I worked closely with the sales team, assisting them in meeting their goals. I was able to work remotely and autonomously. I felt very supported and truly enjoyed my time there. My most enjoyable part of the job was working closely with my VP, she was located remotely but helped me learn and soon I became her right hand man. When she switched departments, she brought me along due to the fact that I excelled at my position and was offered promotions often. I got to the point where I was able to run the month end reporting meeting in lieu of my VP.
worked side by side with VP of Deparment, learned all aspects of the company, ran month end close meetings
Long hours, managed a huge team of more than ten people, having to double check everyone's work which slowed my process down
International Operator (Former Employee) – Tucson, AZ – July 20, 2018
Did translation from Portuguese to English and vice-versa. Translation is a very serious job because other people trusted me. The lovely culture we worked with people from eighteen different countries. The hardest part was that both parties met their goal during the translation whatever decision needs to be made. To translate was the best part for both parties.
Long Distance Operator (Former Employee) – Indianapolis, IN – July 19, 2018
I enjoyed working for this company, even though it was very stressful at times. They were very good in giving us some company perks to ease the pressure. Managers were very kind and considerate towards their employees.
BOS Representative (Former Employee) – Coral Springs, FL – July 18, 2018
Left this job a few years ago for personal reasons but sort of regret it. Best job I've ever had thus far in an area that isn't a great job market, so I'd describe it as a "nice house in a bad neighborhood" so to speak. If you show that you're a good employee you will get promotions, raises, and enough responsibilities to shine as an employee. These things aren't that common in entry level jobs in South Florida, unfortunately. I'd recommend this job to pretty much anyone.
Excellent place to work in Sugar Land Texas - was there for 19 years . Very good opportunity to enhance education and skills. Able to move within the company. Many changes throughout my tenure but have no regrets - I learned a lot and valued my relationships within the company. Close knit - growth related family environment.
Senior Recruiter (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – July 13, 2018
Management is distant, cliquish, constantly changing objectives and never supports their employees. Human resources have a high turnover rate and more concerned about diversity and frequent layoffs. this company is a puppy mill for employees and am sorry I ever invested money in them.
Poor management, constantly changing the rules, never setting a standard and difficult to succeed
Sr.Application Analyst (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA 30342 – July 12, 2018
I liked the work over all but I do not like on calls on night. I learnt Unix and Linux. Learnt Deployment and On call procedure. I liked the job what they are doing. It is interesting. I leant credit card and gift card processes.
I spent 10 years at this company, I only enjoyed working there two years until upper management and department management changed to the "New First Data". after that change there was constant fear of being laid off, employee stress levels soared and employees began to feel like just another butt in the chair that was easily replaceable at any moment. Low employee work/life balance, especially for managers. And no employee promotion or upward career pathing at all, only lateral moves to different departments for similar pay. Employees are micro managed and department managers had no clue how to do employees jobs in their own department as well as management were never around and constantly in meetings for projects not even related to their particular departments functions.
I supervised 15-25 collectors on a daily basis. Although I have my team to support, I also supervised and assisted other teams. My responsibilities were assisting collectors with escalated customer calls, payment errors, system issues and account look-ups. I supported my team and other team members by showing encouragement,motivation and availability when needed. My goal was to lead a team with great knowledge of the business and to produce great productivity for the company.