Pros: above average salary
Cons: below average execution of processes, off-balanced worklife, job description and what is actually done on the job vastly different
Was there for 2 months - job posting initially promised a rewarding career with lots of learning potential. None of that was true - not even the job description matches what I did on a daily basis. Instead was hired on as a paper pusher that had been left by previous person for me to follow up, which I had no idea of.
Initial training had promise, but left me with only the basics on how to clear off the current backlog and left me with more questions than answers with nothing going forward.
No time to do 5 different jobs at once. Workload never ends - expected to work for them during weekends and holidays as well.
Support of processes really bad - no backup from anyone else and even if there was backup, it took precious time out of your busy day to go through these processes which then compounds your workload even further and allows for bigger errors to happen because now you are forced to make shortcuts to the process. Tools to support processes looks good on paper, but is below average and when it does not work, it really affects your day's output and trying to resolve the problem, again they say it's not their fault, it's yours.
Basically, you were the go-to person doing 5 different jobs at the same time, but not getting 5 different paychecks and if you could not handle the workload, you were blamed and it was the start of the termination process which does not go through the proper stages of the process established by current labor laws.