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Tax Accountant

PSP Fort Worth, TX

Company is downtown Fort Worth is looking for a Tax Accountant. This position will be responsible to federal tax returns. Must have 2 years of… PSP

9 days ago

Staff Accountant

PSP LLC Alexandria, VA

will include: 1). Day to day management of cash and payables 2). Vendor management 3). Oversight of restaurant and real estate operating metrics… PSP LLC

16 days ago

Senior Fund Accountant

PSP Dallas, TX

supporting trading, marketing and investor relations as needed. Qualifications Bachelors degree in Finance/Accounting preferred Proficient… PSP

7 days ago

Business Data Analyst

PSP Fort Worth, TX

Company in Fort Worth TX is looking for a Business Data Analyst. Needs strong initiative, ability to think outside the box, and customer service and… PSP

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Pacific Software Publishing President & CEO Mayumi Nakamura
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    Get your foot in the door, get some experience, then get out

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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Bellevue, WA
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Bellevue, WA

    I worked at Pacific Software Publishing full-time (more than an year)


    Thanks to the low pay and high turnover rate, there always seems to be a position open for entry-level positions, so PSP is a great place to get your foot in the IT door, get some experience, then run away without looking back. They feed you for lunch once a month and have quite good health insurance, both of which are cool. They're also quite dog-friendly (sometimes to a fault), so if you enjoy working with Fido that may be a plus. The coworkers are also fun to work with.


    Their "products" and services are laughable. Their systems, procedures, and practices are hopelessly out of date. The constant fires that need to be put out eat up any and all time needed to actually try and improve things. Edicts from upper management are often confusing, make no sense, and are filled with micromanagement.

    The pay is low, morale is low, and most people are simply counting the days until they can move on to a place that's less of a mess.

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    Hire some experienced people who know what they're doing, pay them a fair wage, and stop trying to make decisions for the sole purpose of making decisions.

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