Inadequate training for the un-payroll initiated. Training is employee-led. No clear leadership or support staff available to new employees once training is completed. Most mentorship is provided by peers in another part of the state. Unrealistic expectations of new hires' ability to keep up with the work load. Management regularly missing from the floor. Simply overwhelming.
Workload is ridiculous
Culture. Pay. Senior leadership. Unhappy clients. Lack of talented coworkers to learn and grow with.
Had to go back to school.
Answered - IT Intern (Former Employee) - Webster, NY
I left to be a stay at home mom. Would consider returning.
Answered - Payroll Specialist (Former Employee) - Albuquerque, NM
A job where I know how much I will be working, good benefits and a nice atmosphere not too far from home.
Answered - Payroll Specialist (Current Employee) - Piscataway, NJ
Workload and volume is too high, which creates an unhealthy amount of stress
Answered - Anonymous (Current Employee) - Anywhere USA