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This company grossly lacks diversity and a moral compass especially within the senior management team.The ceo boasts about how financially secure the company is but they silently lay staff off.Funny how the ceo mentions at company events how they haven't had to lay employees off. This company favors workers fresh out of college with zero experience but will lie to customers about how much experience their employees have in the business.They recognize spirit week, boss's day and unimportant holidays but do nothing for MLK day nor Black History month.Constantly offended by the comments that come out of old grown peoples mouth. I wouldn't look to this company for growth or development.If your seeking your first employment then this is the perfect company.If you come from structure, this will be quite the experience and not a good one.Working here is like being a lawyer or car sales man.... so theres no going home at the end of the day and telling yourself you did a good days work LOL
A very technical project management opportunity which involves implementing contact centers in their entirety on the back end. It is a great way to learn project management from the basis of document creation, team leadership, management of resources you do not own within PMO team, and strict deadlines from clients who are eager to get their contact center up and running with you being the sole point of contact. Resources may be slim at times, however, these projects are more rewards as they are much more difficult than many other project management roles.
Pros: they have an extensive knowledge base and training modules to help you learn, the coworkers are very supportive, and they have at least a mild interest in culture. Cons: they are not good at stress management. Many of the managers don't see eye to eye. Some of the managers get argumentative about politics in the office during business hours.
Had a co worker here tell me the managers daughter used to bully him in school. at least he knows where it comes form now. Training is long and very useless if your not already experienced with the material somewhat. The product we support is basically spaghetti code that no one in the company knows how it works anymore (makes it very easy to support the software LOL). Had at least five people tell me most people here dont last more then a few weeks before quiting and i dont blame them with the peanuts they paid me.
If you just want a paycheck, this is your place. Dinosaurs run the company and refuse to change the way they do things because this is how they've always done it. If you are passionate and love what you do, skip this place. It will sick the joy out of your life.
It was a call center job but they at least wanted us to be technically competent. Turns out that's because they have some genius level customers that know more than some of the developers. It can be challenging.
They fed us all the time. Good stuff too.
They support debt collectors via their product.
Who would have thought the nap pod, ping pong, pool table and free lunches would be common place but they are at Noble. We work hard but play hard. It helps to have fun at work. A great group of people to work with. Hardest part of the job is fighting the Atlanta traffic but the ability to work from home and flexible work hours helps with that.
The people are what makes the day fun.
Noble systems delivers Call Center technology. While a bit stressful, the work was great. The project management department was young and there were growing pains associated with that.
Project management was a bit "cowboy mode" They have likely fixed that by now.
Fast paced with great people and a fun atmosphere to work in, the company even recently started up a co-ed softball team that they sponsor for coworkers. The hardest part of the job is to learn all the hardware and software and staying educated about functionality as every few weeks the software will change or gets modified. Management could use some serious improvement, but the company offers great benefits.
No breaks, bad management, employees hardly ever get recognized for their hard work.
Implementation styles are such that sell a complex product, provide in depth training by installers that are not qualified and then deploy what was documented in the Functional Design with extensive assistance by client . Customers often forget what was included in training and installers say "you should know this" or "I can't do this because it is not in the FDS". They do not keep the customers best interest in mind.