Mission: We strive to improve the bottom line performance of our clients’ bankruptcy portfolios through careful, efficient and client-specific management of each individual case.
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I have been working at National Bankruptcy Services full-time (More than a year)
Location is excellent. The building has a nice Gym you can access for free as an NBS employee. There is an on site cafe that has a full grill menu, salad bar, pasta bar, and specials every day. I love the team I work with and can tell there are many other tight knit work groups in other Departments as well. HR is good about consistently advocating for the employees and have been able to make some improvements to the moral and retention recently. Benefits are reasonable and the company contributes to employee HSA.
Training is inconsistent across the departments. Some managers and supervisors have put a great deal of effort into their training and are excellent but other teams suffer dramatically. There is no 401K Match or tuition reimbursement.
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Recent changes have improved my overall experience but I only see myself staying with NBS for a total of 3 years due to the Company's lack of investment in employee retention incentives.
I applied through a staffing agency. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at National Bankruptcy Services.
Management was friendly enough in the interview. However, it was evident that there had been much turnover recently as well as staff was being overworked. Initially was informed that the training course would be from 6 to 8 weeks, training ended up being three and a half.
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