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30+ days ago

Accounts Receivable Clerk

Michael C. Fina Long Island City, NY

Under the supervision of the Supervisor with some latitude for independent judgment, action and decision making the Accounts Receivable Clerk is… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Freight Analyst

Michael C. Fina Long Island City, NY

The Freight Analyst is responsible to analyze and recommend strategies and programs to minimize the overall freight spend for the company. This… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Account Manager

Michael C. Fina Long Island City, NY

Under the direction of the Vice President with broad latitude for independent judgment, action and decision making, the Account Manager is primarily… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

E-Commerce & SEO Intern

Michael C. Fina New York, NY

The E-Commerce and SEO Intern will work with the marketing team to implement projects and tasks relating to the maintenance and development of the… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Payroll Clerk

Michael C. Fina Long Island City, NY

Michael C Fina is seeking a Payroll Clerk to work in our HR/Finance department. Ideal candidate for this position will be responsible for reviewing… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Business Analyst

Michael C. Fina Long Island City, NY

The Business Analyst will be working on specific requests and projects, Business Intelligence, Planning, Analysis and much more. This is a critical… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Bi-Lingual (Spanish/English) Recipient Contact Center Representative

Michael C. Fina Long Island City, NY

Under the supervision of the Supervisor/ Manager with some latitude for independent judgment, action and decision making, the RCC Representative is… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Customer Support Processor (CE)

Michael C. Fina Long Island City, NY

Under the general supervision of the Manager with latitude for independent judgment, action and decision making, the Customer Support Processor is… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Jewelry Sales Professional

Michael C. Fina New York, NY

Under the direction of the Sales Manager / Director, with broad latitude for independent judgment, action and decision making, the Jewelry Sales… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Electronics Buyer

Michael C. Fina Long Island City, NY

The Electronics Buyer is responsible to develop and maintain the Electronics category while driving margin growth. This position will negotiate with… Glassdoor


Michael C. Fina Reviews

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  1. 3 people found this helpful  

    Is HR Posting Fake Reviews?

    • Comp & Benefits
    • Work/Life Balance
    • Senior Management
    • Culture & Values
    • Career Opportunities
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee  in  New York, NY
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in New York, NY

    I have been working at Michael C. Fina full-time

    Pros

    - MCF's mid-size allows employees to have frequent contact with the Finas
    - Charity walks are encouraged
    - The average New Yorker is aware of the retail side
    - Some of those that have been here for many, many years receive a genuine farewell retirement party
    - Most non-executive employees are great as colleagues

    Cons

    - Location is awful; MCF is in an industrial area right off of the 7 train (which means restaurant choices for breakfast/lunch are extremely limited).
    - Wages are a joke and you can forget about raises/promotions.
    - The company's size should be an advantage, but nepotism and arrogance stifles innovation and growth.
    - Although MCF somewhat has a heart, it definitely has no brains. Turn-over keeps getting worse.
    - We are told that things will improve, but when recommendations are offered, no one listens.
    - Important information is not shared equally, many have been left in the dark on critical accounts on many occasions.
    - Benefits are not attractive

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    - HR may be doing a little PR in desperation. Some of the posts on here look very suspicious because some "reviews" do not at all reflect what's truly happening.

    For example:
    Up to 1/11/14, the average was 2 stars. However, the last five posts (excluding this one) had an average of 4 stars. Additionally, up to 1/11/14 the average number of days between posts was 135, that’s 4 and a half months. But, the last five posts (excluding this one) had the average numbers of days between posts at 34, that’s slightly more than a month.

    Again, there is no absolute proof, but the sudden flood of positive "reviews" (seriously, one almost every month since March 2014) strikes as suspicious. Just look at the numbers:
    07/02/14 – 5 stars (suspicious) | 06/04/14 – 3 stars
    05/04/14 – 4 stars (suspicious) | 04/23/14 – 4 stars (suspicious)
    03/05/14 – 4 stars (suspicious) | 01/11/14 – 1 star
    12/29/13 – 1 star | 06/09/13 – 1 star
    03/31/13 – 1 star | 12/16/12 – 1 star
    08/09/12 – 4 stars | 12/16/10 – 4 stars
    11/19/10 – 3 stars | 11/18/09 – 1 star
    11/06/09 – 1 star |09/26/09 – 2 stars
    01/07/09 – 5 stars | 08/21/08 – 2 stars
    06/16/08 – 1 star | 06/15/08 – 3 stars

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Ask yourself if A. Fina is really the best person to run the company. Yes, it's nice to tell customers (ahem, excuse me, partners) that MCF is WBENC certified, but at what cost? Also, employees do indeed have ideas worth listening to, GAAP should not be the exclusive filter for decision making.

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