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6 days ago

Retail Systems Support Specialist

Global Partners LP Branford, CT

The Retail Systems Support Specialist’s primary role is to support the retail back office computer network and the interface between the back office… Beyond.com


30+ days ago

Senior Supervisor, Credit and Collection

Global Partners Branford, CT

The successful candidate must be able to comprehend, support and adapt to multiple contract types and evolving business models. If you have solid… Beyond.com


27 days ago

Shift Leader

Global Partners Milford, CT

** **Assisting Store Manager in completion of the following:** * Ensure a quality buying experience for all customers * Make daily bank deposits… Beyond.com


30 days ago

Manager in Training

Global Partners Fairfield, CT

** **Train with Current Managers in learning the following:** * Ensure a quality buying experience for all customers * Ability to communicate with… Beyond.com


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Global Partners President, CEO, and Director Eric Slifka
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    No forward movement, low salary, and very unscrupulous company to work for.

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    Former Employee - Senior Systems Specialist  in  Waltham, MA
    Former Employee - Senior Systems Specialist in Waltham, MA

    I worked at Global Partners full-time for more than 3 years

    Pros

    Mostly friendly staff, Generous PTO policy, tuition reimbursement. Employee referral bonus. Intelligent HR Department.

    Cons

    Work to Life Ratio non-existent, Help from Global IT Team non existent, Low Salary, No forward movement for employees looking to climb the ladder. Paid training available but never in budget? Unprofessional executive employees never reprimanded.They never listen to employees when they point out problems with the infrastructure and over priced solutions the company is using. Yearly bonus is not generous. Upper management needs to learn to think outside the box and accept ideas of new technology for the gas station locations instead of beating back on marketing's ideas. Projects with no help and unrealistic deadlines. Some antiquated infrastructure which should now be more cloud based considering we are in 2014. Yearly raises are very low and the same across the board no matter how hard employees work. Less but more efficient documentation needs to be put in place.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Promote employees who have been there for years and ask to be more involved within the company, Get them around newer technology, Train the Client Service Helpdesk, Hire more help. Improve on communication skills. Get rid of technology that just doesn't work. Upper management ( VP's) need to learn respect for employees beneath them and administrative assistants need to stop throwing IT under the bus for non-realsitic "issues". There needs to be a separation of duties within the IT department.

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