"I have been working with Ally Financial as a QA test automation engineer for more than a year now. The company has a good work culture, and my team is highly supportive. However, the salary structure needs improvement. I believe that the company should provide better compensation to its employees, especially to those who have been working with them for a long time."
"My current company is a great company to work for. Especially if you are just starting your career."
"Ally is a great company, but could use some work on the CEO's vision making it all the way down to the associate level. Often times middle management is missed in recognition and promotional opportunities, which I know isn't the heart of the CEO."
"Very nice company to work for"
"The Coronavirus did huge damage to my company, so they cut a lot of remuneration."
"My experience with the company was less than moderate due to the lack of feedback as needed for career development for potential advancement. The work relationships with colleagues was very supportive however in these endeavors."
"Overall I would not recommend this job to anyone that is caucasian, there is no room for advancement unless you are related to a member of management or HR , they force you to volunteer in groups to improve your leadership why I don't know because their managers dont even have leadership skills, but they base your raise on this ,my advice is if you are considering working here run. And if you do work there start looking for a better company to work for"
"I worked for Ally for over a year, 6 months did it remotely, Great company, really cares about their employees."
"I have worked for Ally Financial / GMAC since 1982 and have held several positions within the company over a 37-year career. Though I started as a Field Collector, I was later placed on an accelerated program and spent 3 years as an underwriter. I was briefly over a collection team and then as a result of my presentation skills was transferred into Sales as a Leasing Coordinator. I also became AFIP Certified during this period of time. After 5 years of trying dealership personnel on the benefits, I was then placed into the role of a Wholesale Analyst for 15 months. Upon completion of this, I spent another 14 months of underwriting retail contracts again. I was then reassigned back into Sales as an Area Financial Services Manager, in this position, I collaborated with GM Division personnel to improve processes in the dealership F&I (Finance & Insurance) departments, meeting and achieving organizational goals, built retail and wholesale relationships with numerous GM dealers assisting them with mitigating costs while improving profitability, cut dealership costs with reduced insurance rates, evaluating impacted dealership activities to yield additional customer savings. I was then assigned back into the office as a Collection Manager. I Oversaw various collection teams that were specialized in working with difficult / skip customers as well as customers who were relatively new and already having difficulty making their payments and were in a negative equity position. These teams were tasked with locating missing customers as well as finding ways to keep those customers who were new and already in trouble from returning their vehicles allowing the company to avoid a loss. Recruited, trained, and mentored 30 local collectors to establish a call center for delinquent automotive accounts’ collection services in the South Texas/Louisiana area. I then transferred into Loss Mitigation as a Manager over two different departments over 7.5 years."
"I've worked at Ally since 2009. It is a growth oriented company with many opportunities for people looking for challenging work with quality co-workers."
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