Corporate Office Job
File Transfer Specialist, Sr (Former Employee) – Columbus, GA – October 11, 2018
Each day starts out with checking emails, and getting everything started for the daily tasks. Sometimes there is a brief (5-10 minute) team meeting to discuss developments for the day. Tasks are then completed and once everything is done for the day, whether it is 8 hours or 10 or more, it is time to go home.
I learned many technical aspects of certain software programs and how to troubleshoot issues as they arise.
Direct supervisor management is pretty good - friendly and responsive to the needs of the employees. Upper management seems somewhat less concerned with the well-being of employees.
The culture is inclusive and welcoming of people of all types.
The hardest part of the job I did, which isn't typical or reflective of the company as a whole, is having virtually no consistency and not knowing when I would be done on any given day. It made planning around work rather difficult.
The most enjoyable part of the job was the autonomy and the freedom to work at my own pace without micromanaging.