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    Company needs to focus on the client and customer more

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    Former Employee - Former Manager of Business Development in Philadelphia, PA
    Former Employee - Former Manager of Business Development in Philadelphia, PA

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    I have to say the best reason to work for Amex is to obtain work experience related to the industry you are in. Many companies out there are willing to listed to what Amex has to offer them simply because of the brand name and people's preconception that Amex = Great Customer Service.


    The most senior level management seems to turn a cold shoulder to the effects of many of the less than thought out decisions that are made. The training of new hires is little to non existent. In order to succeed, you must seek to learn the position on your own otherwise you will be shown the door.

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    Focusing on the customer and client is essential. Instead of looking at the glass half full and ignoring problems across the board, it's ok to look at things negatively and attack problems where they exist for the betterment of the customer experience.

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