IT Project Manager (Former Employee) – Charlotte, NC – January 2, 2018
In the beginning it was great. I climbed the ladder and took every opportunity for advancement. I took the roll of IT Project manager to try something different. After 4 years I was the Lead PM. I was running every IT related project for the Nations largest used car dealership. I was never given compensation that resembled a Project Managers Salary.
Systems Engineer (Current Employee) – College Park, GA – July 17, 2017
Nice company to work for! Unlimited days off is a huge plus. Balanced work environment makes for a positive work place to come into on a daily basis. Need to work on communication across all office locations.
Productive work environment with plenty of room for growth
Shipper/Receiver (Current Employee) – Hudson, MA – June 18, 2017
A typical day at work for me starts at 8:30. It can be a very fast paced environment. They have great management teams. Their background is dealing in computer parts. They fix broken parts and resell them. Overall it's a good place to work.
Service Desk Agent (Former Employee) – Charlotte, NC – October 5, 2016
The inbound call center was a typical one being it is structured just as any other large corporation call center.
Structure for sick time, PTO and such were very forgiving and the company was willing to work with you within reason.
Biggest complaint I had was with a team lead (not mine because she was out on leave) when my first child was born and she did not put my paternity leave in or even offer it so my daughter was born on a Friday and I was back at work on Monday because of her "over-sight".
With the high call volume you can get burnt out very quick.
Decent starting pay, great medical, some room for advancement
Great place to start working for entry level positions
Payroll & Benefits Specialist (Current Employee) – Fairburn, GA – September 16, 2014
A typical day at work for me consists of heavy emails and trouble shooting in regards to Payroll & Benefits. On my payroll week I normally focus on processing payroll and completing my reports so that I can fund HSA accounts and other needed financial tools. I have learned to manage two different roles effectively. The hardest part of my job is the interruptions during the payroll process. I enjoy completing payroll and working with the employees to solve benefit and payroll related questions or action items.