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May 16, 2019

Pros

Company car. Lots of OT

Cons

No personal life. Never treated so bad by any company with 25 years in the field. Raises put on hold. No 401k matching.

Advice to Management

Management looking to nail you on the slightest things. Management should show a little appreciation for the employees.

No 401k matching.

May 16, 2019

Reviewed by: Field Service Technician in Norfolk, VA (Former Employee)

August 4, 2019

Pros

Depending on which department you are in there is some flexibility. My coworkers.

Cons

Supervisors say different things all the time. Everything is utter chaos and there's little comfort from upper management. Accounts move around all the time with little knowledge passed between associates so customers are constantly disputing the same things. Employees are overworked and upper management seems to have no clue how much we actually do. Departments are constantly cut down then more are hired then cut back down. They will constantly make the same bad decisions over and over again. No 401k match. No raises. Yet you see constant waste done by upper management. Employees are so stressed they complain on a daily basis. I have seen significant preferential behavior toward men.

Advice to Management

Good Luck

No 401k match.

August 4, 2019

Reviewed by: Current Employee in North Canton, OH (Current Employee)

February 19, 2020

Pros

Fairly easy company to get into. Probably "OK" as a person's first big boy job out of college for resume fodder.

Cons

- Non-existent training - Widespread employee dissatisfaction across all department had led to the single worst morale I have ever seen in a company. A smile inside of these halls is as rare as a unicorn holding a four leaf clover in its mouth. - 401k matching and merit raises suspended. Even when merit raises WERE a thing, they were not even enough to cover basic cost of living increase. - Real feeling that the CEO and executive leadership are not in the company for the long-haul. There is no passion, it's just a paycheck. - Lower and middle management are more concerned with "C.Y.A." than mentoring, listening, and fostering a healthy mentality in their workers. - Sales department tries to buy employee happiness with swag and trinkets rather than confronting core issues with employee dissatsifaction - Pay is far, FAR below industry standard across the board. Ever hear of a 50k a year PMP certified project manager? Me either. - The company is based off of an archaic banking machine in an increasingly cashless world. Why hitch your professional wagon to a place like this? Every day you'll be amazed your badge still works. This company is begging to be bought out/close its doors.

Advice to Management

Maybe don't pay people like Big Bucks Rutherford FIFTY THOUSAND DOLLARS A MONTH while your employees don't get a basic cost of living increase. Maybe stop worrying about "C.Y.A." and start addressing the problems. Maybe listen to employees who are thirsting for knowledge and to learn and who are telling you training is inadequate. If you find yourself saying "I didn't know," that's because you weren't listening.

401k matching and merit raises suspended.

February 19, 2020

Reviewed by: Implementation Coordinator in North Canton, OH (Former Employee)

March 8, 2019

Pros

There are some really nice people who work there. Some departments have great leadership such as internal audit.

Cons

The only constant you can count on in this company is reorganizations. The company is constantly changing their CFO and CEO. Sales are in decline and the only solution is cost cutting. One CEO after another fails in growing revenue. There is zero stability for employees. The worst thing I have witnessed in this company was when accounting jobs were moved to Hyderabad, India. The company hired many accountants from stable companies indicating we were setting up an accounting service center in the USA when it was already known by upper management the service center was to be set up in Hyderabad, India as a cost cutting measure. This resulted in many people receiving layoffs notices in less than 6 months of their start date. They used these employees to centralize the accounting function and shift it to India. Severance packages were dependent upon the employee training their Indian replacement. I have never seen lower moral than the moral of the corporate accounting department of Diebold back in 2012. This company reminds me of Kodak back when the digital camera was invented. If the company does not reinvent itself it will just be shell of its former self. Even during great economic times the company needed to suspend their 401k plan match and froze wage increases. I would only recommend this company if you are looking for a temp job with zero stability.

Advice to Management

Try to create a more stable working environment.

Even during great economic times the company needed to suspend their 401k plan match and froze wage increases.

March 8, 2019

Reviewed by: Senior Accountant in Green, OH (Former Employee)

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