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Very little work:life balance. Overtime is insane sometimes. Working 8:30-9pm during busy season. PTO accrual is great though, get hours very fast and the compensation is nice. Just prepare to make your desk like a second home, especially during open enrollments and tax season.

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There are two interviews, and thorough background and reference check involved. The process took about two months.

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Management couldn't care less about their staff and it is evident in daily activities. HR has no idea how poorly the payroll dept. staff is treated. The staff is overworked, underpaid and micromanaged. When I have to punch out to get up to get paperwork off the printer, there's a real problem. This company is constantly reactive with no proactivity. I honestly can't find one positive thing to say about the company as a whole. There is no concern for customer retention, while only focusing on on-boarding new clients. How can one provide great customer service externally while constantly being beat down internally? Just horrible.

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401k, Life Insurance, medical

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They asked questions specific to current internal problems like they were fishing for an answer to a complex problem they were currently working.

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I enjoyed going to work each day. I really liked my job.

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Horrible. They do not have an established interview process for technical positions. They ask questions specific to internal challenges fishing for solutions during the interview process. This confuses candidates. No skills testing or coding in the interview process. Can take weeks to get an offer letter.

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Not enough training for the postilion. Many people are expected to jump right in and do the work with very minimal on the job training.

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