Account Manager (Former Employee), Brentwood, TN – March 10, 2015
Pros: excellent life work balance
The Account Manager position at Comdata allowed me a training position, so I did learn about on site training The sale of payment services - a pay card, was so different from my background of Industrial Sales. It was good to know I can sell just about anything and I did pride myself on a new knowledge level.
Implementation & Training Specialist (Former Employee), Brentwood, TN – March 6, 2015
Pros: work life balance
New credit card accounts are added into a database first thing every morning for employees to pull every day. Accounts are then implemented from start to finish. Everyone is extremely helpful, including management, to make sure everything is done correctly. Main focus is on the customer and quality assurance. Keys to success are time management and being highly organized.
Manager (Current Employee), Brentwood, TN – February 22, 2015
Pros: cafeteria, gym, training
A good place to work, salaries need to be more in line with job duties. Recently purchased so certain benefits have changed due to new ownership, although benefits are in line with what one would expect at the majority of companies.
Credit and Collections (Former Employee), Brentwood, TN – December 10, 2014
Pros: free gym
Cons: pay is terrible
Most days were the same with a little variety here and there. The people generally are nice which makes for a good environment. The toughest part about working here is the lack of top-down communication.
A work place where the opportunity for advancement was excellent. A place which actually felt like a second home. This company helped me grow, not only as a professional, but as an individual. They provided training, seminars, and life coaching. Compensation, benefits and a great place to work.
I very much enjoyed working at Comdata and the management team I was under. They were very professional and took care of matters in the department as needed. I learned so much about working in the corporate world, management styles, and advanced my customer service and communication skills. The hardest part of my job was the commute to and from everyday.