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I have been working at Wausau Financial Systems full-time
Generous PTO plan, casual work environment (jeans), support healthy life/work balance (flexible hours, time away for children's school activities, etc.), support remote associates (allow you to work from home office but do not compensate for expenses related to work such as Internet).
Completely disjointed management team. Each functional area of the company is focused on what's best for their department rather than what's best for the company as a whole. Very metrics driven, commonly resulting in driving undesirable behavior as a consequence. Zero resources allocated to proactively supporting training or career path development. Focus is on doing whatever is necessary to reduce expense and increase revenue.
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Integrate with Deluxe as quickly as possible or your top performing associates will continue to leave.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- Accepted OfferNeutral ExperienceEasy Interview
I applied through an employee referral. The process took 3 days – interviewed at Wausau Financial Systems.
I talked to my boss on the phobe and he didn't know anything. So I got the job pretty easy. I had to correct him on many different things he brought up on how they did things. It was pretty backwards. I think they promote people based on time served rather than what kind of worked they've done.
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Wausau Financial Systems tracks dollars and cents throughout the enterprise. The company provides software (Optima3 IMS) and information technology services, including systems integration and custom software design, related to payment and transaction processing. It helps customers with check processing, automated clearing house payments, and electronic billing presentment. Customers include financial institutions, government agencies, insurance companies, retailers, and utilities. Clients have included AT&T, the state of New Mexico, and Washington County Bank. Owned by ...