Republic Finance LLC
Republic Finance – Bluffton, SC +17 locations
We are seeking outgoing, self-motivated, competitive individuals who are honest, dependable and searching for an exceptional career opportunity in… CareerBuilder
Republic Finance – Hammond, LA
Are you a top performing collector? Are you a leader in your profession? Become a part of a growing team! Work for a progressive company that… CareerBuilder
Republic Finance – Baton Rouge, LA
Republic Finance, LLC's Human Resources Assistant position is a full-time, non-exempt position located in the corporate headquarters in Baton Rouge… CareerBuilder
Republic Finance – New Iberia, LA +25 locations
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I worked at Republic Finance LLCPros
The Pros: They have a great bonus program, the hours are not that bad, very team oriented based, pay is reasonable.Cons
Cons: Upper Mgt is so disrespectful to the managers as well as the staff,their training program is a joke, the insurance premiums are high and pay limited medical expenses, the pay is not worth the disrespect you get from upper mgt. I have never worked for a company that allowed such disrespect to their employees, and I've been doing this a long time. It was a huge disappointment for me being this was not just a job but my career that was effected by upper mgts unbelievable behavior. I had to resign from the company with regrets of having ever given them a chance to ruin what I have been so good at for over 20 years.Advice to ManagementAdvice
The way you treat the staff is so disrespectful, and although I'm no longer there, I know a few people in upper mgt that would be just as disappointed as myself with how the staff is treated. Advice from someone that has been respected in this field for a very long time. Stop beating down the main people that are keeping your doors open. They, the staff, are doing the best in their power to satisfy you, but how this is being handled will only bring a huge turnover % for you which will cost you more then if you all had a meeting and discussed how much cheaper it would be to respect and appreciate the staff you currently have versus having to rehire monthly. The president and CEO needs to be aware of how the District Managers are handling situations, District Managers with very limited experience in the work force period. They need to be observed more often Instead of upper mgt assuming the Senior District Managers have it under control. So disappointed in this company.