I loved my work at PHC as I had good relations with my colleagues and patients and it was a great experience.
Resident GP of Family (Former Employee), Buraydah Al-Qassim Saudi Arabia – January 22, 2014
I start first by signing attendance and on the way to my office I smile say good morning to my colleagues . I prepare my office and tools. I see my patients with great respect and listen wisely to their complaints and analyze their problem and discuss the management of the situation and give proper investigations , diagnosis and treatment or if the – more... patient needs refer to hospital for specialized care I refer . Time management is very crucial especially at rush hours . We work in harmony as staff on primary Health care center to deliver good medical service to the patients and earn their appreciation . I think having a good caring heart and willingness to do the job makes it easy . I don't see anything hard in my job as general practitioner of family medicine in Saudi Arabia as with time I gained work experience and became well oriented with the culture and traditions of the people and their tribes and their accents which is very essential . I enjoy my work as a whole but mostly seeing my patients compliant with their medications , diet control ,exercise and following the health guide lines and benefitting from the health education that we provide . I encourage my patients to come for regular follow up at the PHC . The people at the area of my PHC really loved me as their doctor and I am grateful for that experience . – less
Branch Manager (Former Employee), Henrietta, NY – April 29, 2013
Another Fortune 500 company, that looks great from the outside. Individual stores are poorly micromanaged, majority of employees are inadequately trained, and upper management is strictly concerned with profit margin. A job, not a career.
ANC are part of a very large over night parcel courier service (Stratford branch was a franchise).
Customer Service Manager (Former Employee), East London, ENG – January 30, 2014
• Started as POD Clerk and worked my way up in the company • Hiring and training new staff • Ordering stationery • Sorting out Customer visits (I would go and meet them to make them aware of who they were speaking to on the phone) • Insurance Claims • POD Reports/Reverse Collections • Relaying information to floppy disc to our head office each day • – more... Chasing up parcels that are not delivered • Typing up various letters (complaints etc) • Answering the phone • Communication with other depots • Sorting out collections from customers and relaying them to the drivers over the radio Reasons for leaving: I was approached by one of the clients and they asked if I would like to work with them. – less
Multi Drop Delivery Driver (Former Employee), claydon business park – June 11, 2013
My typical day here was to plan my route of delivery then to load parcels in order of my planned route.Would also collect parcels from customers to take back to the warehouse.Here i delivered around ipswich and essex area too.
data capturer (Former Employee), Johannesburg South, GP – June 4, 2013
Pros: free lunch
Cons: working long hours
The job I do needs a high degree of concentration, I have learned to be accurate and focused at all times. Management I know is to be in charge and in control, but managers need to consider that they are controlling people not animals. Co- workers are helpful, but they can be selfish with information at the same time. Hardest part of the job, its when – more... things do not add up. Travelling – less
Lijnoperator (Former Employee), Duiven, GE – October 29, 2013
ging met plezier naar werk heb veel geleerd van colega het personeel ging goed met elkaar om zowel directie als chefs om goed produkt te kreigen uit niet altebes matriaal als het lukte wel een goed product te krijgen