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2 days ago

Senior Director, Treasury Operations – new

MoneyGram International Dallas, TX

Moneygram International currently has an opening for a Senior Director, Treasury Operations located in its corporate office in Dallas, TX. Reporting… TheLadders.com


30+ days ago

Director, Operational Reporting & Analytics

MoneyGram International Dallas, TX +2 locations

Reporting to the Vice President of Business Process Improvement, the Director, Operational Reporting and Analytics will oversee the team working with… TheLadders.com


30+ days ago

Manager, International Accounting

MoneyGram International Frisco, TX

The Accounting Manager, International Accounting is responsible for managing the process/infrastructure for accurate recording, processing and… TheLadders.com


30 days ago

Director, IT Engineering ( Security Engineering

MoneyGram Minneapolis, MN +2 locations

The Director, IT Engineer is responsible for leading the technical engineers to design and deliver company wide solutions. This component of the… TheLadders.com


30+ days ago

SEC Reporting Manager

MoneyGram International Frisco, TX

The SEC Reporting Manager oversees the preparation of external financialreporting in accordance with the appropriate GAAP including SEC filings, and… TheLadders.com


30+ days ago

International Compensation Senior Partner

MoneyGram International Dallas, TX

The International Compensation Partner is instrumental in the development and ongoing administration, design, analysis and implementation of… TheLadders.com


30+ days ago

Senior Executive Compensation Partner

MoneyGram International Dallas, TX

The Senior Partner, Executive Compensation supports the design, implementation, administration and communication of the organization’s executive… TheLadders.com


30+ days ago

Director- Executive Compensation

MoneyGram International Dallas, TX

The Director, Executive Compensation supports the design, implementation, administration and communication of the organization’s executive… TheLadders.com


30+ days ago

Tax Director

MoneyGram International Dallas, TX

The Tax Director position will assist the Vice President of Tax to attract, retain, develop and mentor an internal tax team that is both highly… TheLadders.com


16 days ago

Vice President, Service Experience & Design

MoneyGram International Dallas, TX

The Vice President, Service Experience & Design is the thought leader behind designing, implementing, enhancing and measuring the customer experience… TheLadders.com


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MoneyGram International Chairman & CEO Pamela H. Patsley
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    Unprofessional and mediocre

    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee

    I have been working at MoneyGram International full-time for less than a year

    Pros

    The only 2 positive things I can say about MoneyGram are work-life balance and office environment. There is definitely a good work-life balance in the company due to the fact that people are not engaged so most of the employees are working 9 to 17.30 and are out of the door by 17.31. The office environment is also great, brand new building in central London with free beverages and biscuits.

    Cons

    Fast paced in a bad way. Decisions are made in hurry, then never finalised. People are not competent in most of the positions, they are not passionate about what they are doing, management spend little time on developing people, which have an impact on the atmosphere. Loads of employees are on the peak of their career, especially the ones who came from banks, burnt out, just wanting a quiet job. Culture is extremely american orientated, you have to be American and being based in Dallas in order to be in a decision making position. Don't be fooled by the job title and the salary as the company is very top heavy which makes managers (even directors) find themselves in a team of one, doing the kind of job that more junior staff is doing in other companies. No room for sharing ideas or challenging decisions as Americans decide about everything and they only need people who execute their decisions, in countries outside of the US not even directors have a decision making role. Structure change almost every month, high turnover in every areas. Lots of politics within the company. Reporting lines don't make sense most of the time. The worst company I've ever worked for, the only reasons I give 2 stars are the office environment and the work-life balance.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Take some basic management classes and realise that you need to give feedback to your employees, invest time to coach and develop them and give them more work where they can add a value. It's not OK not to complete performance appraisal and not setting up objectives. Get rid of the consultants, they are just milking the company and the quality of their work is often questionable. Give the project work to employees so they will be more engaged as they will feel that they learn something at MoneyGram. Make people involved in the business decisions, be a lot more transparent. Do whatever is the best for the company, not whatever is the best for some privileged upper managers. Choose the best person for the job, not the one who is the nicest but have no qualification or experience to do the job.