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Finance Analyst (Current Employee), Columbus, GADecember 4, 2013
Need to hire management with great people skills and with actual management skills.
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Productive Environment
Customer Associate 111 (Former Employee), Peachtree, City Ga.November 29, 2013
Pros: crosstraining
Cons: healthcare
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
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An interesting place to work, that gives insight into the whole credit market.
Manager Compliance and Registrations (Current Employee), Johannesburg, GPNovember 27, 2013
Pros: a great learning experience.
Cons: poor internal advancement prospects.
The NCR is the regulator of the credit industry in South Africa. It is very interesting as it gives a member of staff an overview of the entire financial sector in South Africa, and how it works.
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Great workplace but sometimes inconvenient for slow response
Country Manager (Current Employee), Seoul, KoreaNovember 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
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Challanging work environment that requires thinking outside of the box
Global Retail Application Support Consultant (Current Employee), Duluth, GANovember 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.

I enjoy working with my coworkers. – less
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Fun building ATM's
Assembler Associate (Former Employee), Columbus, GANovember 18, 2013
Pros: catered lunch and the hours
Cons: management
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.
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Co-workers keep you smiling everyday
Boxer/ shipping (Former Employee), Columbus, GANovember 17, 2013
Pros: great work envirnoment
Cons: too long to be hired to permenant
8 hour work shift, let you know if overtime is required a day ahead of the next work day
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poor training and management
ACCOUNT SUPPORT MANAGER (Current Employee), Peachtree City, GANovember 14, 2013
Pros: peers
Cons: management, long work hours
Low moral, no job security due to all the layoffs occuring. Very minimaul training and management support.
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Productive
Network Engineer at NCR (Former Employee), Duluth, GANovember 11, 2013
My co-workers work hard and always ready to learn new technology.
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NCR
Supply Chain Executive (Former Employee), Puducherry, PYNovember 11, 2013
It was the great time in NCR.. I learn much and was great experience to enhance my knowledge
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Exciting nextgen product
QA Manger/Scrum Master (Current Employee), Alpharetta, GANovember 7, 2013
Pros: nice office
Cons: poor management of delivery dates
worked on next gen product which was a very good product. The team was hard working and always got the job done no matter what management did. Management made decisions without consulting team who actually would do the work and would make commitments for the team. It was difficult to meet all the demands.
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fun and interesting work
Mid-Level Technician (Former Employee), Reno, NVNovember 6, 2013
Enjoyed this job. Loved being on the job. Was able to use my training in soldering
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Smooth and enjoyable work place an fair minded
Assembly Worker, Staging Technician (Current Employee), Columbus, GANovember 5, 2013
Pros: events
Cons: not enough over time
Production is smooth an work makes the day go fast I learned how to build atms from the ground up the management is fair the co workers are just co workers the hardest part of the job is nothing its all easy I enjoyed the job and all the events and learning new things
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run away from this company
ATM service tech (Current Employee), Houston TxNovember 4, 2013
Pros: company van
Cons: worked nights, days, weekends and holidays+on calls
overload works ,new management suck ,no work and life balance
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No advancement, "on call" is frequently scehduled and 24 hours, poor benefits
Customer Engineer II - Field Service Technician (Current Employee), VANovember 1, 2013
Pros: company car, company gas
Cons: no time to do required procedures
They expect you to be at your first call before your shift even starts, and not compensated for that time.
Scheduling is often released a few days before the next work week, making scheduling life events impossible.
Schedules are also done by senior techs who have a much better relationship with the manager approving the schedule, so they give themselves – more... better shifts.
Co-workers are fairly "teamwork" oriented, but, again, the manager has relationships with older techs and therefore they get away with several things.
Hardest part of the job is knowing what management wants you to do with calls from certain customers, as this changes week to week and no knowledge is passed to the techs until they've done something wrong.
Most enjoyable is the feeling of fixing equipment and the praise given by customers when you do. – less
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Things change way to much
Customer Engineer (Current Employee), Brevard County, FLOctober 25, 2013
An excellent job as a field technician, I have a great manager and support, although working late hours and weekends makes it tough to have a personal life.
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Good job
Field Resource Specialist (Former Employee), Peachtree City, GAOctober 24, 2013
Pros: good benefits
Cons: long hours expected without compensation.
Good job if you have the right manager to work with. Many hours were needed, and if you didn't enjoy working with your manager, if became unbearable to work at times.
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Fast paced
NCR - Disruptive Innovation Sales (Former Employee), Charlotte, NCOctober 23, 2013
Pros: autonomy
Cons: frequent reductions in force
High energy sales job. No two days are the same. Lots of travel was required.
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Absolutely wonderful place of employment
Purchasing Associate (Former Employee), Columbia, SCOctober 23, 2013
Pros: family atmosphere
Outstanding company to work for! Definitely team environment. Place of growth.
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Productive work envionment with advancement opportunities.
Supervisor (Former Employee), Duluth, GAOctober 23, 2013
Pros: bonus, free lunches, team activities, on site work out space
Cons: loss of manufacturing to solectron
Started in Surface Mount Technology, moved to building cash registers, to shipping &receiving, supervisor, trainer and Quality supervisor. The work with engineers to create workbooks and teamwork solidified the work unit. Co-workers were very knowledgeable, willing to share their ideas, and had supportive attitudes. The hardest part of the job was having – more... to fire employees. The most enjoyable was being recognized for good ideas and recommendations. – less

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