NACA was for me a time when the economy dropped and needed to bring security to my family.
A typical day of work was supervising my crew and making sure that every member or client was taken care off. There was lots of follow up and making sure that our members cases were reviewed by the banks and or financial institutions so that our clients could be kept in their homes. I learned that being consistent always works. Management was fast - more... and always improvising to situations since no one had a clue on how to react to the abrupt changes that our economy was going through. The work culture was energetic and together. Everyone was on board to the next step in order to get things done ... - less
ProsWe had plenty of work to keep us busy.
ConsThe time spend away from home.