- Work/Life Balance
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
- Comp & Benefits
- Senior Management
I have been working at CredAbility full-time (More than 5 years)RecommendsPositive OutlookRecommendsPositive Outlook
CredAbility is one of the companies that are constantly challenging themselves to do things better with their mission of helping people in financial difficulties in mind. With things constantly changing, you are always learning something new. Employees are helpful, open and really believe in the mission. Other positive things: health and retirement benefits, regular coaching, periodic meetings between senior management and groups of employees, celebrations ( Hispanic Heritage Month, Thanksgiving, Christmas, pizza days ...) casual days.
With so much work to be done and limited resources, it can be ovewhelming at times. Rolling out multiple company wide processes/ changes can impact your own work so you have to learn to shift priorities quickly. Because the organization is lean and doesn't have a lot of layers of management, promotion opportunities are somewhat limited.( they do have a development program for staff though)
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- Declined OfferPositive ExperienceAverage Interview
I applied through a recruiter – interviewed at CredAbility (Atlanta, GA).
Pleasant interview process but with very misleading and unpredictable results. Internal politics and preconceived notions of how the job applicant would perform under the company's daily demands could stop the hiring process in its tracks. Incorrect and premature assumptions determine the final decision. I wish them well!
- No extremely difficult questions in particular, for a well skilled, qualified and confident applicant. They were of quick thinking answers and problem solving nature. They did a very good job formulating them. Answer Question
Reasons for Declining
Because in my opinion, the position offered unofficially and at the last minute, was not the best match for my skills, experience and qualifications. Obviously, it was not the same position and (or) office location for which I had originally applied. It was too far located. In addition, I believe that I was much more qualified and had much more to offer, if I had been hired to do the original job. Regardless, I am very grateful for the opportunity! There's always something new to learn about a company and their staff. I honestly wish them success and hope they've found what they were looking for in the next applicants, for either position.
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CredAbility merged with ClearPoint Credit Counseling Solutions in 2014 and now operates under the ClearPoint name as one of the oldest and largest non-profit credit and housing counseling agencies in the United States.
Mission: Consumer Health Through Financial Education