Fine establishment, completely overshadowed by management.
Pros: free soda, onsite cafeteria
Cons: no concern for employee needs or health issues
I spent every day helping customers complete online payments for over 200 companies, In my short time there, I learned, through coworkers, how to maintain a postitive attitude, and how to control emotions when people are screaming at you. Tenured coworkers can help a lot if they grow fond of you. Management is the most difficult part of the job. You cannot teach, or expect, an employee to learn how to treat people with professionalism if you are constantly letting them know they are not important, and they do not matter. They have no regard for employee moral, and they do not show their appreciation for anything you do. They will, however, hold meetings when things are not going well, to let you know how bad you are doing. There was no motiviation to dedicate myself to this postion. They show favoritism, enforcing rules only on the people they are not fond of, and they choose to discipline, and get the last word in, rather than help employees understand. The entire department does nothing but stroke their egos all day. I would not work there again, nor would I recommend that job to anyone. The most enjoyabl part of the job are the customers. Sure, I came across rude, ridiculous people, but when you are frustrated about leadership, and you feel like the company has no regard for you as a human being, a polite, reasonable, understanding customer can change your mood, and motivate you to do your job.