Manual Review Agent I (Former Employee) – Erie, Pa – April 27, 2015
• Evaluate an array of data associated with Microsoft e-commece activity to distinguish fraudulent transactions from legit purchases. • Responsible for reviewing customer escalations to determine whether legit or fraudulent transactions were errantly decisioned and apply appropriate corrections. • Communicate with collegues, supervisors and clients in an articulate, professional manner. • Utilize specific tools, open research methods and data management techniques to perform analysis of transactions.
Very friendly work atmosphere, every person is able to succeed at his or her own level.
I really don't have anything negative to say about the company.
Maintnence engineer (Former Employee) – Biloxi, MS – January 6, 2015
I love the company,benefits etc... Great atmosphere good people for the most part.I learned alot about different kinds of industrial equipment.I learned how to make orders for parts and supplies for my craft.overall I loved workin for the Ip casino.
General Manager I (Former Employee) – orlando – October 11, 2014
As General Manager I have a great relationship and have participated on down payment assistance classes with CredAbility and InCharge these are debt Solutions Organization, both are nonprofit organizations that help and educate people regarding the purchase of a home. • As General Manager I utilized interpersonal and managerial skills to supervise, train, and motivate the Financial and Sales Consulting team. • Strategically ran the office, delegate tasks, check documents, schedule and control past due clients. • Handle daily cash management, records, and files. Find positive ways to motivate each member of the team to be at their very best and capitalize on their strengths. • Resolved issues and/or concerns that clients may have regarding their finances and help provide the best solution for their specific concern.
Sr. Embedded Software Engineer (Former Employee) – Oakland, CA – September 17, 2014
day at work mostly coding I've learned new technologies co-workers are nice in general The hardest part of the job is to commute to the workplace Most enjoyable part of the job was while developing a new feature
Cook 2 (Former Employee) – Biloxi, MS – September 5, 2013
A typical day was coming in and seeing what station I was schedule on and start setting up.What I learned was anything and everything to try and make myself not to be one of the one to ever be sent home first.What I have learned from management was favoritism being racist.The hardest part of the job was some of the people I worked with made it hard.The most enjoyable part of the job nothing was it was a job to me.