Billing/Certification Specialist (Current Employee), Cebu, Philippines – June 27, 2013
Pros: with free unlimited coffee
Cons: working on a night shift
I have developed my independence at work since I am working with less supervision. Reached my targets and was able to create some process improvements to make the tasks given fast and easy.No issues with co-workers since during working hours we focus on our own projects/tasks and have a little chitchat during our breaks only. The hardest part would – more... be the schedule since it's a night shift but the good thing is we receive night premium. – less
MATERIAL HANDLER (Former Employee), Columbus, GA – December 13, 2013
Bring all parts to the line in a timely fashion so that the line will not have to stop. Maintain an keep equipment in working condition.This job has taught me to have a clear focus on high quality and business profit.Made me able to see things from the others person's point of view
Customer Service Engineer (Former Employee), Duluth, GA – December 12, 2013
Pros: company car
Cons: long hours. constantly changing scedule, constantly changing policy
Never knew what was going on or who was in charge. Replacement parts was second rate and often damaged coming out of the box. Management regularly blamed the lower techs for their bad decisions. Schedules regularly changed often without warning. The cold is the hardest part of the job
Great place to work, Management show respect to empolyee's
dca (Former Employee), Peachtree City, GA – December 6, 2013
Pros: great place to work, every one got along together and was willing to give a helping hand when ask for help, management would always answer any questions when ask for advice
Cons: sometimes work seemed to back-up and have no room to put stock into inventory
my typical day started in morning unloading trucks and scanning freight into inventory. Packing orders for shipment to customers. Spotting trailers through out the day. Respond to all medical emergency when call upon by security. I learned to respect co-workers and management and work close with with co-workers and with our customers to see every thing – more... was done in a proper way.The most enjoyable part of the job was to look back on day to see every thing was done proper and on time to be shipped out to customer's. – less
Material Handler (Current Employee), GA – December 5, 2013
It was a good and family kind of environment. Once I clocked in for work I would go and check and see what orders need to be picked. Once I found out which orders needed to be picked i would then retrieve all the parts need to be able to build this order.
Help Desk Agent II- Wal-Mart Global Account (Former Employee), Bentonville, AR – December 5, 2013
Pros: paid expenses for travel oppertunites
Cons: health benefits
A typical day was assisting technition with software and hardware related issue and resolving them so that the client could continue servicing there customers in a timely manner. I enjoyed working with co workers and gaining new friendships.
Customer Associate 111 (Former Employee), Peachtree, City Ga. – November 29, 2013
Arrive at 7:00 AM Leaving at 3:30 PM • Run and verify ESR reports making sure they are accurate before sending out to NCR’s customers • Research/Escalates on customer exceptions • Create Gem Tickets on all exceptions which creates a monthly report for Loomis, Brink, Garda and Navy • Serve a the liaison between Navy branches, Loomis, Brinks and Garda • – more... Responsible for providing technical support for resolution or escalation for NCR customers problem diagnosis, resolution, or escalation in a Call Center environment
Management was fair and consistent Worked in a team environment My Job was never hard challenging at times but never hard Meeting new team members – less
Great workplace but sometimes inconvenient for slow response
Country Manager (Current Employee), Seoul, Korea – November 26, 2013
Great atmosphere at work life balance as long as the target met. Overall management is tight but lot of flexibility for sales activities. Mostly direct sales with very limited channel partner sales. It sometimes causes too much additional administrative works, like paper works. One of the inconvenient parts is corporate response is sometimes very slow, – more... no response, hard to find the right person to work with, unclear vision of solution portfolio. – less
Challanging work environment that requires thinking outside of the box
Global Retail Application Support Consultant (Current Employee), Duluth, GA – November 21, 2013
A typical day consist of following up on existing tickets, creating new tickets for customer accounts, attending meetings with customers to get updates on issues, working in labs to resolves customer issues.
I've learned a great deal in regards to installing Windows and Linux Operating Systems, configuring these systems and troubleshooting and resolving – more... customer issues specific to these OS environments. I've also learned a great deal about installing Postgresql databases.
My coworkers are hard workers and committed to getting the job done.
The hardest part of my job is working in an environment that doesn't have any detailed support documentation that provides a foundation of how to support customers.
Assembler Associate (Former Employee), Columbus, GA – November 18, 2013
Pros: catered lunch and the hours
I was in charge of the Button Up section. On a typical work day I would pack and ship over 70 self serve checkout machines. Management, watched us like Hawks. Which made it very uncomfortable to work there. My co-works was nice. The hardest part of the job was, waking up in the morning. The most enjoyable part was the company functions.