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24 days ago

Sales Support - Claims Clearing Administrator

Acosta Sales & Marketing Aurora, CO

• Clear all valid claims according to client guidelines in various appropriate methods and systems. • Enter the client-defined information into… CareerBuilder

24 days ago

Claims Resolution Analyst

Acosta Sales & Marketing Aurora, CO

• Processes escalated claims, assesses the reason for the escalation, and provides resolution in priority order as directed by the Supervisor… CareerBuilder

27 days ago

Business Manager

Acosta Aurora, CO

• Deliver principals' volume, share and sales fundamental goals (merchandising, assortment, pricing, and shelving) at the lowest possible cost…

8 days ago

Space Technologist

Acosta Aurora, CO

• The primary responsibility of this position is to provide for space management and section merchandising on the assigned categories at the assigned…

22 days ago

Retail Merchandiser

Acosta Sales & Marketing Denver, CO

Read and follow a plan-o-gram to effectively complete reset and remodel work. Have a working knowledge of merchandising and retail terminology… CareerBuilder

13 days ago

Sales Support Claims Coordinator

Acosta Sales & Marketing Aurora, CO

• Review and validate claims with knowledge, experience, research and communication with internal and external parties. • Handle invalid claims… Snagajob

9 days ago

Repay Coordinator, Sales Supp

Acosta Sales & Marketing Aurora, CO

• Researches invalid claims received from Research Analyst/Specialist, QA or Global Hub. • Determines which invalid claims have been taken in… Snagajob

10 days ago

Retail Coverage Specialist (Part-Time)

Acosta Sales & Marketing Aurora, CO +3 locations

• Scan shelf tags, via handheld scanners collecting accurate store level information for an assigned territory. • Transmitting data… Snagajob

10 days ago

NS Sales Support Manager

Acosta Sales & Marketing Aurora, CO

• Responsible for working with Senior Sales Support Supervisors in hiring, training and developing all Sales Support associates. • Responsible for… Snagajob

21 days ago

Sales Support - Customer Service Coordinator

Acosta Sales & Marketing Aurora, CO

• Receive order issues from external parties in a professional manner. • Resolve issues with knowledge, experience, research, and communication… Snagajob

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    degrading. makes you feel un-appreciated, like just another number.

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    Current Employee - Customer Service Coordinator in Aurora, CO
    Current Employee - Customer Service Coordinator in Aurora, CO

    I have been working at Acosta full-time (more than 5 years)


    nice co-workers. M-F workweek and some schedule flexibility. certain supervisors are ok to get along with (but others need a lot of people skills.)


    The worst of all is that this company is cheap. They almost NEVER give raises, and if so it is some kind of insult like 13 cents an hour (no kidding!) But for myself I have worked there for 7 years and have not gotten a SINGLE raise! nothing!! they don't even give cost of living raises, no bonus's either. No Christmas bonus as well. Even though my annual reviews were always good and within guidelines, and I had near perfect attendance and handled quite more of a workload than most workers. On that note, by the way, the reward they give you for doing more work than others? that's right, they give you even MORE WORK!!! you hardly ever hear a "nice job" or "good work" comment, just "do this and do that", then, in their "team meetings" all you hear about is everything that was done wrong or what people screwed up. very degrading. I used to call them our screw up meetings. Lol. On top of all this, the CEO, Robert Hill is one greedy person. He vowed 2 years ago to turn what was an 800 million dollar company into a billion dollar company. which he did. want to know how? He fired a lot of people, issued a nation wide raise freeze (even for the very few people who were about to get so called "raises"), and issued a nation wide hiring freeze. even if people quit and a department was extremely low staffed like ours, customer service, was. instead of hiring anyone they just piled on the work, and absolutely NO OVERTIME! and if you don't handle the work you are overloaded with, you get written up. Therefore many of us didn't even take our breaks, or worked through some of our lunch or stayed late off the clock! just so we could keep our jobs! Oh, I forgot to mention the biggest thing Mr. Hill did to make this wonderful company a billion dollar company. he OUTSOURCED tons of jobs to INDIA!!! And this at a time where our nation's president Mr. Obama asked companies to keep jobs here where we need them, in America, to help our economy. do you think Mr. Greedy Hill cared???

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    treat people with much more dignity and respect. stop degrading and demeaning your people! treat us the way would want to be treated. Maybe try a day or a week in our shoes, literally. Do our jobs and see how you feel. and keep in mind the pay we get. Also fight for us a little more. stand up for the employees who are doing a good job. be on our side for once, try to get someone a raise! Make us feel good about the job we are doing, motivate us, energize us, be creative! don't focus on only the negative things in meetings, and oh yeah, get rid of the stupid "team building" exercises in our meetings, since we are not much of a team anyway they are useless. Also for the senior management people who supervise our supervisors... there are some of you who are ok to talk to and are approachable but many are not, try to work on this a little. Also go a little easy on our supervisors, they are highly overworked as well. I'm sure you don't want talented people leaving the company. thanks.

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