Human Resources Coordinator (Former Employee) – Owatonna, MN – June 28, 2016
I really enjoyed working for this company. However, we were a very small office and we competed with several staffing agencies in our area. We couldn't bring in the customers and fulfill the needs of the company and our office closed.
Customer Service Agent (Current Employee) – Kapolei, HI – June 25, 2016
while working there everyone usually worked efficently and completed cars on time. When temp worker were on board, regular workers went to hide in up stairs office. It was unfair although we never complained. Other wise it was a good and pleasant place to work. This was an outside job.
we were served water and juices everyday
cars were sometimes not completed for delivery/ On call for Temp Workers
I typically answer phone calls and help customers with their accounts. When not on calls I work on my Strategic accounts, calling/ emailing customers/ our stores getting the needed information over to them that's needed to get the past due paid.
Great insurance, benefits, overall excellent company
Advance Services is a great company to work for. It is fun, quick learning company.
Assembly Line Production Worker (Former Employee) – Scottsbluff, NE – June 6, 2016
I have learned how to use a lot of equipment while working with ASI. The hardest part of the job is fast pace and not messing up. Which I got down after getting the hand of which makes the day go by faster because you are constantly busy. I enjoy learning new things and meeting new people to work with.
Lab Technician (Current Employee) – Phillips, NE – March 30, 2016
I enter data on an SAP program. Ship samples. The hardest part of my job now is that there is no full-time permanent positions. I have no room for advancement and would like something that I can have benefits as well as good pay.
Key holder manager. as a manager (Former Employee) – Naperville, IL – March 17, 2016
a typical day would be to unload truck of all the new products, inspecting work vehicles, and checking if any orders needed to be delivered. The schedule always changed as it normally does in retail, i would work a 32 hour week and then a 46 hour week with no overtime. I finally had advancement after working nonstop 50-60 hour weeks picking up any shift no one else wanted.
Intern (Former Employee) – 39 Broadway,NYC,NY – February 11, 2016
The Advance Group, or affectionately referred to as TAG for short, was a small but well known political consulting firm in New York City's financial district. I gained significant insight there into how a high speed professional environment works, while maintaining friendly and personal relationships with co-workers and the management staff there. What was both unique and made me grow while there was the fact that as an intern i handled important cases and information, and was successful in my work on the projects which had professional and political impact of great significance.
Great location, great co-workers, ability to live in and explore NYC
The Employment Specialists are diligent in finding me work.
Agricultural Lab Technician (Current Employee) – 206 E. 29th St, Loveland, CO 80538 – December 30, 2015
I appreciate the Employment Specialists, as they try to keep me employed, and are, "Good People." They work hard to offer me technical jobs, as well as Banquet Serving positions...Basically, I am working in technical and people-intense situations. They try hard to offer me those opportunities.
Direct Support Professional (Former Employee) – Brookings, SD – September 28, 2015
ADVANCE was a great place to work. The staff was great and really cared about the people supported. Always making sure they are living their lives to the fullest. Very fun environment where you could laugh and joke around with the people supported and staff all while getting a lot of work done.
Inbound Operations Manager (Current Employee) – Kutztown, PA – August 26, 2015
The opportunity to gain exposure to the varied facets of several different distribution environments while serving with a single company was invaluable. While every facility had its own challenges, every facility provided exposure to different work cultures, methods and management styles. Again, the experience has been invaluable.
The job is best for retirees and people in need of a summer job. This is not a job you can support yourself on.
Advantage Sales and Marketing (Current Employee) – Maple Grove, MN – July 31, 2015
A typical day is set up your cart, prepare food samples and deal with the public all day. My manager is great. She works hard for us and is under appreciated. I enjoy the people I work with. The hardest part of the job is standing all day and dealing with the public. Best part of the job is the people I work with.
Good hours, easy job
only 1 break is allowed per day, extremely strict dress code, no raises