manager has distributed work via email. Email received from the client in regard to the invoices which was sent. 98% of those email are query. Client will like to cancel license, change address etc. I raise credit notes and invoices, liaising with different department to resolve the queries.
log all queries on the system and sending email to client in regard to their request.
i learn how to work under pressure constantly, there always work do to.
The office was a close commute creating a nice life balance
General Manager (Former Employee) – Township of Jackson, NJ – 26 April 2018
A typical day involved managing the efforts of a staff of 10+ people and interfacing with clients. I learned about office culture and the kind of effort it takes to balance employee satisfaction and need with keeping a positive, productive organization moving. Hardest part of this job was dealing with the numerous business "opportunities" while keeping the organization moving properly. The more enjoyable part of this job was seeing the staff grow in skills and watching them grow professionally.
Business Manager (Former Employee) – United Kingdom – 18 April 2018
The management here really need to be more self aware, and stop hiding behind the company name. Quite intimidating style of management, poor communication and selfish , insensitive management team. that believe in what they say goes, not open to negotiation.
Business Development Partner (Former Employee) – Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire – 16 December 2017
A proffesional place to work, great sales training, the focus on delivering an excellent service. Managers generally very encouraging and aproachable, opportunity to move roles whithin the company . A spacious staff canteen on site. 27 days holiday per annum. A comfortable spacious office enviroment.
Fun place to work but low pay and not the best managment
Outside Sales Account Executive (Current Employee) – California – 9 November 2017
It's a niche Industry where success can happen. Start up atmosphere can be good for entrepreneurial spirit.Typical high pressure sales job of building the pipeline and having to hit your monthly sales goal.
Supportive peers, flexible schedule. Decent commission if you can sell. Large client base
Micromanagement, low pay and too many mixed messages funneled from the executive team down .
HR Specialist (Former Employee) – Chiswick, Greater London – 10 August 2017
I worked in the HR department in Chiswick, and for the most part it was a disappointing experience, it often at times felt as if i was working in the public sector. It was extremely political and unprofessional. The salaries were average, however if you would like a great work life balance this place would be suitable as there is no long hours culture here.
Information Systems Manager (Former Employee) – Baltimore, MD – 24 July 2017
Built the entire technology department for what became the premier temporary help service company in the Baltimore-Washington area. Took the company from their first IBM PC to a Wide area network as the company grow to 7 states up and down the eastern seaboard and training and supported the entire users base.
Operations Planner BSI (Current Employee) – Herndon, VA – 5 June 2017
Poor management. Lack of communication between higher ups and worker bees. Number are more important than people. The amount of work that is expected doesn't match their salaries. The higher ups only see numbers and treat their employees unfairly.