Dispatcher, Union, NJ - November 2, 2015
A typical work day includes logging in employees, managing shift schedules and service requests. The management is non professional, but sometimes professional. Yes you read that right, I like to call it ghetto-professional. The supervisoers yell, scream, and curse at each other. You can never do somthing right and recieve a good job, or your getting it. Everything is nit-picked at.The strip of color in your shoe, during time when the phones aren't ringing off the hook and you draw, or tap fingers it is a problem. Then they watch you 24/7 even when they are not in the office. The pay is 11hr which I thought was good until you get in here and your basically a secatary to everyone. So 11 isn't hardly enough.