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    Former Employee - Deal Manager  in  Lincolnshire, IL
    Former Employee - Deal Manager in Lincolnshire, IL

    I worked at Opus CMC full-time for more than 5 years

    Pros

    The company is very flexible in work schedules and dress codes. I'm not saying I would recommend doing this, you are not going to be disciplined for being a little late to work here and there or if you want to wear a hoody and jeans to work. They provide free coffee, and cheap fitness programs for you to participate in on breaks or after work. The company tries to accommodate people with long commutes or just hectic family lives and schedules by allowing them to work remotely. If you put in the work that any half decent employee should, the pay is pretty decent also.

    Employees choose to work remotely for their own benefit and the company tries hard to accommodate them. I see other reviews saying that remote employees are treated poorly... They are not treated poorly but they don't have he same benefits as in office employees. In my opinion remote employees who work in the comfort of their own home and are given the ability to take care of their house and kids cannot expect to be treated just the same as employees who come in to the office and bust their butts every day. It is a proven fact that remote employees are less productive, provide lower quality work, and require a LOT more effort to manage effectively. Remote employees are not provided the same benefits as full time employees in office and I see nothing wrong with that. The company is accommodating YOU. If you want benefits, drive your butt into the office. You get what you put in. If you want the company to work hard for you, you better work hard for them.

    Cons

    Employees find it difficult to jump from one project to another and need to find the ability to acclimate and learn quickly. With an abundance of work coming in, there is always a big push for quality production, but it's pretty typical for the mortgage industry.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Take the time to communicate important company updates to your employees and keep them in the loop. Even if it's just an industry update once in a while. Strive for an open door policy where employees feel comfortable going to management and asking questions.

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