HUMAN RESOURCE ASSISTANT (Former Employee) – Houston, TX – December 30, 2015
My typical day at work would be screening potential employees to see what available position would be a great fit for them, running background checks, administering drug screen, input new employee information into the system, payroll, conducting orientations, answer phones, greeting and assisting anyone who came into the office, networking with new and potential clients for job contracts. I learned how to interact with different people and their personalities. The hardest part of the job was when the company closed down, I had to part ways with a great bunch of amazing coworkers. We all became more like family.
coworkers that didnt take pride in the job as much as i did.
I enjoyed the people from ASAP, I liked working for them. They are a temp service and i only worked fro them for 6 months is what your allowed for job. I enjoyed the fast paced environment of the job. always moving, always busy, no time for standing, sitting around. great job.
Its work, but there is nothing enjoyable about it.
Tier II Technical Support (AT&T) (Current Employee) – Mesa, AZ – November 13, 2014
When I started this job, they promised good wages, fun and the ability to move up in the company. Now they make it almost impossible to get the full wage ($17), as the main company wants to pay less and the goals to receive pay increases are almost impossible to hit. So people get stuck at $13 pr hour. The management is okay, but they only have the ability to move within the confines of the parent company. If you want to move up in management you wind up moving to a single track; you become a team lead(actually a pay decrease), after a few years you may be able to move to Shift manager(almost impossible) and from there into nothing. You would literally have to jump from ASAP Staffing to the parent company to make any real moves or pay increases. One of the reasons I decided to leave, there was no real upward mobility. And lets not forget to mention the constant sitting, no breaks from the phone.
I like the company( William Sonoma) that ASAP staffing sent me to, but it was first come first serve bases and that was difficult at times.I didn't work for the company long because the assignment was temp but my overall experience was OK.
Commercial Collector (Former Employee) – Fountain Valley, CA – December 9, 2014
I would call the insurance company to collect on aged accounts. I would also call the doctors office and request any information that the insurance companies were requesting. I learned a lot of techniques to use to help collect on the aged accounts. As co-workers we all worked together and were able to help one another on accounts.
i was able to learn a lot of different aspects of collecting.
Office Assistant and Warehouse worker (Former Employee) – Memphis, TN – October 7, 2014
Greet all customers. Daily specials, new aspects, and most popular items were suggested to build better service experience and surpass sales quota for location. Handled custodial needs. Cooked pizzas and desserts.
Packer (Former Employee) – Memphis, TN – July 29, 2012
Workout before each shift.Check all your supplies before use..Scan order slips,pick items.Manager check daily.Work safe and respect each other.When shift is short of employees and production is slow.Win free gifts
Home Health Aide (Former Employee) – Lansing, MI – March 4, 2014
Making food, cleaning, wound change, bathing. I learned that not everyone is going to like others because of diversity of my age. Others swing and hit you. Co-workers I never seen. we did not see anyone but the client.