TITLE PROCESSOR /ESCROW REP (Former Employee), Sacramento, CA – November 21, 2013
looking over documents, conforming the documents are right. I learned things every day, I enjoyed working with my co-workers. the least thing was all the over time. Coming to work with people I enjoyed being around.
Operations Support (Former Employee), Charlotte, NC – November 21, 2013
Pros: free lunches and being noticed for doing a good job.
A typical day at bank was very in your desk working at all times. We did have fun people to work with. We did a lot of reach your goal games. This was the first office I have ever had and it did teach me a lot in the year I worked there. I learned about the importance of communication. What I loved most about my job is the ability to learn more and – more... more each day. I was able to learn as much as I was willing to learn which was a lot. I can not think of a really hard part about my job. Everything was pretty easy to catch on too. Working with Fifth Third I helped underwriters and processors on loans. I talked to brokers about the status of their loans. I also scheduled the underwriters work load each day. – less
Clearance Specialist (Former Employee), memphis tn – November 21, 2013
Pros: snack day, food vendor days, didnt have to leave work for lunch, vendors came to the workplace.
learned something new everyday on the job referencing to position such as the difference in Manage MCA plans and Tru MCA,HMO'S AND PPO policies. management was willing and ready to teach you much as position and open to what you wanted to learn more about the position.there was not really a hard part of the job. because every job has a format and a – more... process that have to be learn thats a given. the most enjoyable part of the job was snack day and employee day, seems like they were always doing something to make employees happy and wanted to come to work. – less
Great reputed company.Wonderful company to work for
CNC Machine Operator/Forklift Operator (Former Employee), Savannah, GA – November 20, 2013
Working as a CNC Operator was a great experience,especially work for Aerotek. My recruiter as well as some of her colleagues made sure I was trained correctly and was given all the information I needed to become a success. They believed in me and always informed me with positive news.
Internship (Former Employee), Tampa, FL – November 19, 2013
Pros: free lunch from clients and corporate card
Cons: long hours
had to meet several clients deadlines in a short period of time without checking the normal procedural guidelines of the firm. Pay was reduced if time was not met by the firm. Employees were hired straight from college and did not have the best work ethics.
The management is very good about listening and taking your interests into consideration when assigning projects and setting long-term career goals. It's refreshing to work in an environment where you feel like you're being heard and not merely treated like a number. Loved working with Lash Group. Great company..
District Specialist (Current Employee), Warren, MI – November 16, 2013
Pros: jean day
Cons: pressure to take another call, before finishing the previous case
A typical day at working is assisting customers by phone. I have learned a great deal about vehicles parts & the operation of vehicles. In my position you work as a team with your co-workers. The hardest part of the job is given a resolution of no assistance. The best part of the job is when you can assist a customer and the customer is appreciative – more... of the assistance. – less
Contractor-Customer Repair Advisor (Current Employee), Madison, WI – November 15, 2013
In my experience with Aerotek, the employees I have worked with have been energetic, professional and pleasant. I was provided with the required knowledge to obtain a contractor position in the field I wanted to. My recruiter didn't just fall off the face of the earth after I was hired, she has followed up periodically to make sure everything is going – more... ok. – less
Once I starter working for them they had almost no contact with me.
Installer (Former Employee), Raleigh, NC – November 15, 2013
Performed fire alarm installation for 15 months. The work was good but communication between Aerotek and the company I was working for was poor. Getting in touch with people at Aerotek was a problem when an issue did arise. No one answers there phone, so you only get voice mail, and then it may be several hours or days before they return you call.