Prommis Solutions, LLC

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Prommis Solutions, LLC Reviews

Updated Jun 7, 2014
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2.2 33 reviews

0% Approve of the CEO

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Denis A. Brosnan Jr.

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15% of employees recommend this company to a friend
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    Good compensation and people in the IT department; uninteresting projects in software development.

    Senior Software Developer (Former Employee) Atlanta, GA

    ProsPrommis Solutions offers competitive wages and benefits for IT workers, and management respects capable workers. A good employee is rewarded with raises, respect, and the opportunity to contribute to IT decision-making. Other workers are friendly and willing to help out or go out for a beer.

    ConsUpper management has not been stable lately, leading to many changes in direction for IT and a sense that you are rushing to complete something that will be dismissed as the "wrong" direction when power changes hands again.
    Also, the industry is less than exciting, despite offering plenty to do with constantly changing regulations.

    Advice to Senior ManagementTreat software development as an investment rather than an expense. You can't build a world-class software suite if you're not willing to spend a lot of time and money recruiting, training, and keeping happy a stable of excellent software developers. Great programmers want to work with great programmers, not wrangle a herd of low rent copy-and-pasters on the other side of the world.

    Yes, I would recommend this company to a friend

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    little room to grow at the company

    Bankruptcy Processor (Current Employee) Atlanta, GA

    Prosmisery loves company, made some good friends

    Conslack of challenge in the work

    Advice to Senior Managementdevelop a sustainable business plan-- we could all see bankruptcy coming

    No, I would not recommend this company to a friend – I'm not optimistic about the outlook for this company

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    Would have been a great company if managed better

    Operations (Former Employee) Atlanta, GA

    ProsCulture was good. Co-workers were great to work with and knowledgeable

    ConsPeople not in right roles. Skills being under valued

    Advice to Senior ManagementTop heavy on management

    No, I would not recommend this company to a friend

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    Worst kind of company

    CFS Specialist (Former Employee) Roswell, GA

    ProsGood Coworkers, and flexible time schedule.

    ConsHorrible pay, and awful management. Now out of business.

    Advice to Senior ManagementFire them all.

    No, I would not recommend this company to a friend – I'm not optimistic about the outlook for this company

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    Good stepping stone for a new graduate or someone trying to gain experience...

    Loss Mitigation Processor (Current Employee) Atlanta, GA

    ProsGreat people to work with. For people just getting into the workforce or recent graduates, it's a good opportunity to gain experience in foreclosure and bankruptcy.

    ConsCompensation is low, unorganized, manager at least in the department that I worked in was not very knowledgeable.

    No, I would not recommend this company to a friend

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    Company filed bankruptcy

    Anonymous Employee (Current Employee)

    ProsI'd love to post a pro but there are none. The company filed Chapter 11 and will soon cease operations.

    ConsThe management at this company is a joke. The investors behind the scenes call all the shots and the numerous fired and laid off wokers are paying the price. Soon we will all be laid off.

    Advice to Senior ManagementLevel with your employees and tell them what is really going on instead of trying to hide how fragile the company has been for so long.

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    It's a consistent paycheck.

    Bankruptcy Processor (Current Employee) Atlanta, GA

    ProsYou get a paycheck. The hours are manageable and reasonable. I liked the location.

    ConsCan be fired at any time. Many feel over worked and underpaid. There are so many layoffs and firings, and rumors pertaining to the strength of the company its hard to feel comfortable on a daily basis

    Advice to Senior ManagementPay more.

    No, I would not recommend this company to a friend

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    Foreclosure Mill

    Paralegal (Current Employee) San Diego, CA

    ProsSome employess are quite nice and the dress is almost always casual. Hours are flexible for most employees and they work to keep the few good employees at the company.

    ConsSo many departments are staffed with poor employees that the whole place runs badly. Some management and supervisor promotions show obvious favoritism or are just plain bad decisions.

    Advice to Senior ManagementPay your employees a decent wage and every decent employee won't leave once the opportunity arises. The whole office is full of substandard workers now that the economy has started to pick up.

    No, I would not recommend this company to a friend

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    The BLIND leading the BLIND

    Litigations (Former Employee) Sandy Springs, Fulton, GA

    ProsThe company is fairly large, maybe too large. That is opportunity and or potential to grow. Its in a nice area and the GA DOT has implented some changes to the interstates to ease traffic flow. They have a flexible hour system, or atleast they did when I was an employee.

    ConsWhen positions come open, hope those interviewing you are compitent in what they do, are able to lead, and can differentiate his or her left hand from the right hand.

    I found myself surrounded by way too many people who should have been police officers, or secretaries, HAIR or NAIL Techs....not working in bankruptcy and foreclosure. I found that people in high positions had no idea about the process and the legal statues governing the flow of what we SHOULD HAVE BEEN DOING. Many people from the "bottom" saw that and in seeing that, people became complacent in the job so to speak; and they had no drive for what they did eight (8) hours a day.

    Advice to Senior ManagementI think the management team starting with the leads and operations managers should be brought in, ask what exactly they over see, and then test then on the process, procedure, and the statues dicating the cause of action to be taken. They should provide proper training and be willing to be pay those who are seasoned in the field for the work they expect. The pay was awful. I had to write a letter to some officers in complaint of my raise. Lastly, I think there should be a mass merge. I know in this economy we all need our jobs, but in order for the company to rebuild and restructure itself properly and with the right people, ITS inevitable.

    – I'm not optimistic about the outlook for this company

     

    REO nightmare

    REO Department (Former Employee) Roswell, GA

    ProsGood benefits and 3 weeks of Pto.

    ConsThe management is horrible. Everything was "friend" based. If you weren't in the mean girls club of management you wouldn't get any where in that company. Every hire was based on the managements unemployed,inexperienced friends or relatives. It was a joke and insulting to the people that have worked in this industry for years.

    Advice to Senior ManagementStop hiring people that have little or no experience. Learn how to train the inexperienced people you hire and maybe you won't have so much turnover. Stop basing decisions on friendships. Give people promotions from within instead of hiring people from the outside that you happened to work with years ago.

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