I have been working at Pivotal Payments full-time (Less than a year)
I was given the opportunity to re-build a team and I have the autonomy to do so. My boss tasked me with the most challenging but yet the most rewarding opportunity of my career. Because Pivotal is a smaller company I have less red tape to cut down and more ability to make changes.
With pros there is cons. Although I have the autonomy to do what is needed, I have less resources than what a larger company would have. It just creates more challenge for me, but I am not afraid of the challenge as long as I have the ability to make decisions and execute.
Advice to Management
Communicate strategy plans to the whole company. There are a lot of moving parts and it would be nice to have the executive leadership share more often in a formal setting.
I applied online. The process took 4 days. I interviewed at Pivotal Payments (Orlando, FL) in March 2017.
Applied via posted ad on Indeed. Set up date/time for interview THREE times. 1st time - Not called as agreed. I emailed Ted Tuttle to re-schedule. 2nd time - the same. 3rd time - No call from him as agreed upon. Terribly discourteous. I wonder if this is how he treats customers also.
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