Site Engineer (Current Employee) – Ashburn, VA – August 22, 2017
I have logged in over 4 years under Randstad Technologies as a Site Engineer. It is a good first IT job for anybody trying to get in the field and develop experience. The position deals more with hardware and cabling with light amounts of administrative work. The management are great. The workplace culture is also great. You learn a great deal about Data Center practices and procedures if your looking to expand your knowledge on the administrative side then you won't get much here. The work has a high demand for detail. It helps if you are proactive as well. The work/life balance can be poor if you are relying on this job as your main income and you have family. It does pay below the local market for the similar positions in my area. The environment is mostly relaxed.
Relationship Banker - Manager on Duty (Current Employee) – Scottsdale, AZ – September 20, 2019
Historic company. Biggest bank in the US. Most of the Co-workers and Managers I have had are top notch. The management I’ve had makes work enjoyable and the compensation is fair. It’s getting a big revamp soon so this won’t be relevant in a couple months but as a licensed banker most of your income is commission for accounts investments etc.
Customer Support Specialist (Former Employee) – San Antonio, TX – September 20, 2019
It was a decent place to work but it was a call center. Need I say more? Poor pay, hard to advance anywhere, and 7 cent pay raises made me leave the company. Good benefits though. Like I said....it could be worse.
Personal Banker II (Current Employee) – Dallas, TX – September 19, 2019
Being a Personal/Business Bankers has its perks. Yes, it looks great on your resume, you meet tons of people, and Chase is a great company to work for. The issue I had was the inability they had to give raises to Bankers. About 2-3 years ago they took away yearly bonuses we would get based on our performance. You will get paid salary plus commission. Which yes it sounds great but as a Personal Banker it isn't enough. You'll average about 1000 PVC's per month and only get $700 after taxes. After being a banker for 5+ years and asking multiple times the only response I would get it "The company isn't giving raises at the time". But its total bull cause other employees were getting raises.
Benefits, paid vacation, personal, sick, and holidays
Exception Processing -Responsible for validating that loan meets guidelines and approving them to get wired -Assigned daily reports to staff and monitored daily control reports volume -Provided training for new employees and team members as needed -Reviewed government and conventional loans to ensure they were meeting company guidelines
Lead Shift Technician (Current Employee) – Dublin – September 19, 2019
Good place to work if you are mid to late 50's looking for an easy life to get to retirement. Place is full of keyboard warriors looking to get one over on each other. Very slow in progression even when you get a promotion money is very slow in following.
Fraud Specialist 2 (Former Employee) – Cebu City, Cebu – September 19, 2019
Talking calls for the full shift, making sure to comply with company policies and department policies as well. Making sure to track your own progress using their systems. Don't rely on your Team Leader, some don't even give you time, some do. It's up to you if want to talk to your manager.
IT Risk PMO strategic planning project manager (Former Employee) – Columbus, OH – September 18, 2019
Meetings and follow-up. Structured communications. Large company, required strong communications, diligent follow-up and documentation. Typical challenges creating and driving change in a large organization.