Pros: there is a caffeteria down stairs. you get lots of pto, you will need it when you are sick of being there. the regular employees are awesome.
Cons: no room for advancement, count on the most un-professional individuals to be advanced, you are required to break fdcpa, lack of structure (all team leads have different rules), drama (commonly caused by management), and the list goes on and on and on
I spent nearly 8 years at this company and asked for at least 4 years to be made CAR III... I was declined every time, even though I was asked to work special teams that no one else could work, was asked to train people to do what I did (Skip Tracing and working "mandatory" [91+] accounts)... I asked for advancement and was not even considered for an – more... interview... I finally got a team lead that said she would help me advance... She gave me a sentence or two of advice... And that was it... She was moved to another team shortly after and I got another team lead... When I followed the first TL's advice, I got chewed out by the new TL... I finished my day there and left... I never went back... Getting chewed out was normal there... A TL (was a TL but is now an AVP) yelled at me so loud one day that the floor was standing up and looking to see what was going on... And he made AVP shortly after... All because I was talking to him and dialing my phone to keep my stats up... If you don't keep up your stats you get in trouble... It took nearly 8 years to figure out this place is not a good one to work... The employees that mean nothing to the management) were awesome... Anyone who says this is a great place for advancement was either advanced when it was AmeriCredit or is buddies/friends with someone in management... There is no room for advancement otherwise... If there where, I'd been an AVP before I left... I SUGGEST STRONGLY THAT YOU DO NOT WORK HERE UNLESS YOU HAVE NO OTHER OPTIONS!!! – less