President/Owner (Current Employee) – Getzville, NY – February 15, 2016
I have no typical day. Our services vary according to our client's needs and issues. I have learned that the hardest issue is typically discovering what the real issue is. Our team oriented process has a matrix grid style that involves our specialists as well as our clients core personnel working together on mutually agreable acceptance criteria.
We first inquire, "What are your top issues? We listen and respond with a no charge proposal. We have the capability of taking concept to production tomorrows ideas today.
The most enjoyable part of our projects is to witness our clients grow and prosper and have fun doing it via ILE's that yield engagement. An ILE is an Interactive Learning Event with three parts: games, gamification and simulation.
All get paid according to their contribution
Completion of assigned tasks are fixed in the proposal with the acceptance criteria defined
Executive Assistant/ Project Management (Current Employee) – Los Angeles, CA – February 11, 2016
I have been given many opportunities working directly with the President of Anderson/LA. We are a 24/7 facility, providing excellent customer service and managing projects for all clientele. Any given day, I am juggling numerous projects as well as providing the highest quality service not only to our client base, but management, account executives and all departments.
Supervisor (Former Employee) – Lordstown, OH – February 8, 2016
A typical day at work consists of preshift meetings which is ran by the supervisor to let the workforce no what the work load is going to be like for the day and to let everyone know what area they will be working at today. I learned how to work in a union environment which is totally different from a non union environment. I loved working with my co-workers I met a lot of good people. The hardest part of the jobs was being short handed with al the calls offs and high turn over rate, that's when you have to use you leadership skills to get the product picked and the trucks out on time out on time. the most enjoyable part of the day is when you get the work done on time with no overtime needed and everyone came together and worked as a team. experience
My work in current project is to do coding and testing of requirements
Senior Developer (Current Employee) – Chicago, IL – February 2, 2016
- day to day activity we have to participate in all business meeting . Give valuable innovative idea . -In recent project we have to interigate our system to to third party system and shows data in our application. -Tolls which we used is ASP.net,MVC,SQL,C#,Java Script.
CPA/Client Service Staff (Former Employee) – Bettendorf, IA – January 21, 2016
Excellence in service, performance & expertise. But, the Partners & Manager have the management-style of tearing-down instead of building-up. There was a serious lack of communication from the top-down, negative attitudes, low office morale, no evidence of team work. They facilitated & encouraged a work environment that included name-calling, talking behind people's backs and tattle-telling. Very unprofessional and juvenile behaviors were not compatible with my work philosophies, work-style & long-term professional expectations.
M.D. Anderson (Current Employee) – Houston, TX – December 13, 2015
A typical day would be to check for tickets that need to be worked and to check on server systems. To answer calls and assist users with whatever problem they may have with applications and equipment. If unable to correct the problem then to contact the on call person responsible and work to get the issue resolved.
Excellent supporting management, with wonderful environment to work.
Healthcare Business Consultant (Current Employee) – Bloomington, IN – October 5, 2015
- Well respected partners who are willing to go out of their way to train and support their staff. - They respect both their clients and coworkers and their advise is always on target. - A fun place to work for.
Engineering Aide III (Former Employee) – Shelby Township, MI – December 3, 2014
AEW was a wonderful place to work. If I hadn't relocated I would still be there. My co-workers were wonderful. I had never worked in Civil Construction so I learned a lot about roads. I mainly reviewed the reports that were submitted by the construction observers to ensure the accuracy of the pay items that were posted.