Technical Support Engineer (Former Employee) – Springfield, MO – October 18, 2018
The company has gone downhill from where they were 15 years ago, due to the founders passing away, and thus a more corporate climate. It is still a good company, for the most part. The PTO is very generous. Travel positions can be overwhelming, though.
Product Manager (Former Employee) – San Diego, CA – October 12, 2018
This review pertains to Symitar. Over the last four years, the area of development of the core product has undergone a transformation for the worse. What is important is feeding the egos of management, the focus is no longer on quality product.
Intern/Product Support Representative (Former Employee) – Monett, MO – September 20, 2018
If you get a job at Jack Henry you usually stay at that job until you decide not to. People were nice to work with and constructive criticism. Job itself was a little boring as well as stressful depending on the calls you received and how many
part time had little say of when you worked. And as long as you were under 40, how much you worked
Project Analysis Manager (Former Employee) – Monett, MO – August 25, 2018
Mostly a great group of people to work with. Most groups are staffed at the minimum so there is always a lot of work in backlog. This adds to the stress levels due to clients requesting updates on when their issues will be resolved.
The company overall was fine the group I worked for I was not as much a fan of. I was hired with the promise of 10% travel which somehow translated to 32 weeks of travel a year. Home ad midnight on Friday fly out early Sunday morning. I will say that when a customer had a problem the senior management would do everything in their power to make sure the customer was satisfied. I saw several instances of senior management flying into a site and taking over the project.
Janitor/Maintenance (Former Employee) – Monett, MO – August 1, 2018
This job was hard because you have to be rushed, do everything on time and making sure all things are done correctly or you'll get in trouble but I didn't have a lot of struggles just keeping up was difficult and different so I tried but it was a good job to have and I also works with a family member, my aunt so it got rough between us.. but it was good..
Applications Trainer, Advanced (Former Employee) – Hoover, AL – July 23, 2018
My department was like being back at Junior High; if you fit in with the "cool" kids life was great; if not then it was a good place to work, but not enjoyable. I left on good standings and hold no ill will... a company can't manage the personalities of its employees.
Mobile developer (Current Employee) – Lenexa, KS – June 15, 2018
Good work environment. Continually tries to improve process. Pay is good, but increases limited. Peer development encouraged. Talented teams throughout organization. Focus on getting dev right. Company pays for furthering your education.
Jack Henry is a rapidly growing company. The more clients received the fewer benefits employees will receive. The most enjoyable part of the job is the time flexibility. You can be 30 minutes to an hour late to work without any issues with management.
Customer Service (Current Employee) – San Diego, CA – May 30, 2018
This is a great place to work. Benefits are excellent, the pay is fair, and it has the best managers from to to bottom I have ever had the pleasure to work under. The work is challenging, but very rewarding. This company truly cares about its work force and shows it.
Discounted stock purchase plan, excellent benefits, great 401k