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  • "Great Benefits and always assessing the marketplace(in 142 reviews)
  • "The pay is good the bs is consistant.Just be on your p's & q's .(in 110 reviews)
  • "Good Work life Balance and Salary.(in 77 reviews)
  • "Great people and very clean place.(in 77 reviews)
  • "The culture is great as we help our community and the company helps those across the nation when tragedy strikes.(in 56 reviews)

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    1. 1.0
      Mar 4, 2022
      Customer Care Representative
      Former Employee, more than 5 years
      Columbus, OH
      CEO Approval
      Business Outlook


      Pay and overtime is competitive


      No info given when things change bad communication between supervisor everyone is only out for number 1 they will not back you no matter what No room for advancement unless you suck up to every supervisor and i mean suck up you have to be buddy buddy with them


      Frequent and transparent communication is critical and we communicate very often to keep our associates informed. We have a site called "InView" to give quick access to resources associates need -- We share survey results and action plans -- We hold global update calls with senior leadership that associates are encouraged to attend (or listen to later) -- we have 24-7 support services available -- and we even have a weekly email called "In the Know" which is like a digital newsletter to keep associates informed on topics they care most about, when they have the time to read.

      1. 1.0
        Dec 14, 2014
        Former Employee
        Hayden, ID
        CEO Approval
        Business Outlook


        Good money , vacation and medical benefits.


        The management is false in stating the culture is different. If they need to make an example of someone they do so without following the same rules and practices for all employees. They say if you are on a written warning you get nothing bonus yet some still do. There is no accountability for the company when it comes to lack of training when firing someone for something the individual honestly thought they were doing right. Supervisors do not provide the support to their employees for on going training and support as they are supposed to. At this center one is just a number the company lies to make you think otherwise.

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      Eddie Fairchild

      Why is it that every employer once extensive experience and at least a decent college degree like a bachelors as requirements for a position? But then, when they see that you’re older, they still go through the trouble of interviewing you, even though you can clearly see that you are treated with ageism . I just don’t understand mentality in today’s day and age when it comes to interviewing processes as I feel like I am 18 again .


      Account Executive

      Another day, another rejection email. I've been job searching since May and have made it fairly far in some interview processes only to get rejected at the final stages. Even after asking for constructive feedback, I get nothing back. How do you stay motivated to keep pressing on when you face rejection after rejection? Genuinely looking for advice / solidarity.


      Front Desk Supervisor

      Ok so on Thursday the 14th, I sent a thank you letter after a grueling 5part interview process. The recruiter replied that any updates would come “early next week” I didn’t hear anything so I sent another email requesting an update on Wednesday the 20th. Still no response, should I call next or just take a hint? Mainly I just want closure and feedback, I don’t think they would have kept me waiting this long if they were planning on giving me the job

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