Service cordinator (Former Employee) – Bristol, TN – April 26, 2017
Company will get your pay wrong at least once. Schedule is flexible though. Lack of communication in the office. Some office staff are very rude to employees and clients. None of the workers are ever checked in or monitored like they're suppose to be so their is a lot of caregivers no showing to priority one clients. The on call team is very rude and is never helpful at all.
Direct Support Professional (DSP) (Current Employee) – Riverhead, NY – January 23, 2017
I am able to care for individuals who are immensely intelligent, cheerful and humorous. Not only do I help them sharpen their skill set, I get to watch them grow and prosper into the individual that they aspire to be.
Working as a health was very humbling as well. I got to work with people of different disabilities. My job was to help them be as comfortable as can be. It required a lot of patience and strong will to get me through my day. Some days were tough depending on the clients I had, but in the end the ultimate gain was the feeling of greatness by helping those who can't help themselves.
A great oppotunity to learn more about how to be of service to people
Lead Resident (Former Employee) – Kentwood, MI – October 17, 2016
This company has recently undergone a transition from one investor to another. This transition period has been a rather awkward and often disappointing one. That having been said, this position afforded me with the opportunity to offer comfort and care to those greatly in need, the elderly suffering with dementia and Alzheimer's disease. It was rewarding, but toward it became a little too political.
TEACHER (Former Employee) – Corona, CA – January 21, 2016
i love working with children so this job was really fun and heart warming. I really enjoyed seeing the childrens faces as they learned new things every day. The families were also a pleasure to work with.
Account Executive (Current Employee) – Skokie, IL – January 13, 2016
Mostly known as a Service Provider, AID Group recruited me to increase enterprise hardware sales. With myself as the only Account Executive, working very closely with our only Sales Engineer, we've sold well over $1.65 million in hardware since July 2014. My soon to be wife and I need to move and I can't commute from Minneapolis to Chicago.
- Develop relationships with Dell Inside, Outside and Technical Sales reps in Chicago.
- Contact small-mid sized and enterprise companies to identify needs and schedule follow up calls/onsite meetings.
- Our pre-sales/solution architects and I will go onsite to perform: full infrastructure health checks, determine customer needs, provide custom solutions that our services team will install, migrate and deploy.
- Negotiate pricing with Dell to maximize gross profit.
Typical day at work was coming in to the office making over 100 calls a morning to get business, calling all canceled clients and old clients to get business back.
I learned that a client isn't always right but we should always try our best to satisfy their needs.
Management was really poor I was lied too about my schedule most of the time being a full time student and working full time was hard but there was never any understanding.
Hardest part about the job was having to travel daily to a different location and then having to deal with an upset of a client cause by another coworker but everything always ended up working out for our client.
Most enjoyable part about my job was being able to train a new employee with no experience and seeing her grow in the company.
Meeting new people
No days off, short pay, transferring locations daily, no communication with managers
Receptionist (Former Employee) – DORCHESTER, MA – June 11, 2013
I worked one on one with a child with down syndrome at a after school program in dorchester. I started work at 2pm the young boy arrived at 2:30pm I got him off the bus then we went into the classroom. We do homework first and then we did activities starting with playing in the gym with the other kids in the classroom. After we come down to the room and have snack then we let the kids play more. Then they have dinner and its dismissal time. I loved my co-workers we all got along great. The most enjoyable part of my job was that i got to work with a great kid he was so outgoing and always wanted to learn new things he is smart and bright.