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76 questions about working at SS&C
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Answered July 15, 2016
Modernize the culture and workplace.
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January 10, 2017
Horrible - go to work every day and wait for the layoff
Answered July 15, 2016
Great overnight shift hours
Answered August 27, 2016
Great. A good place to work with a wonderful staff.
Answered May 4, 2017
Be authentic and focus on your skills
Answered May 3, 2017
8 to 10 depending on service levels
Answered December 6, 2016
Working! Walking into work everyday wondering if it will be your last day
Answered November 3, 2016
The pace was slow where management actually penalized employees who took initiative to help the clients resolve customer satisfaction and delivery performance issues. Just follow orders, don't think.
Answered May 11, 2017
For such a big division it's possible that the managers, who both have good reputations, might need some more evaluation in what they're requiring with too stringent call times to allow employees to do a good job and satisfy the customers plus non adherence is dealt with by handing out penalties to workers instead of working on solutions. It's also possible that 'running the ship' so tightly as your mandate for profitability and for reasons in adhering to customer contracts (i.e. not racking up financial penalties for failing to meet contractual obligations) is highly important and truly essential but it's still not possible on many, many calls to adhere to that time frame and answer the questions and needs of the callers we are contracted to assist....and an inaccurate call, with call standards becoming more stringent, seemingly daily (to which I do not object! but can add to call time in some instances) it's a double penalty for low scores or failures on calls coupled with penalties handed out for not meeting time constraints on calls.
Answered January 6, 2017
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