Student employee (Current Employee) – Cortland, NY – July 19, 2016
Good work environment with fun and sociable workers who made sure to take care of students needs. Serve food, clean area or dining hall, run dishes and make sure everything was running smoothly was a part of the everyday experience. Opportunities to learn new skills was always present and many of the full time employees wanted to teach the students. Managers were always kind and willing to work with you if there was a conflict with your schedule. Hardest part would be making sure everything was stocked during dinner rush.
Drink as many drinks as you want. Take breaks for the bathroom
LPN Charge Nurse (Former Employee) – Crawfordsville, IN – December 9, 2016
Understaffing needs addressed. All ASC facilities are severely understaffed to the detriment of residents. Memory care unit expanded without staff! Cannot use new whirlpool tub for the elderly who could benefit due to not enough staff once again.
A fantastic opportunity to experience something most people can't even comprehend.
Construction Manager (Current Employee) – Centennial, CO – September 17, 2015
A typical corporate evironment to support unique environment supporting cutting edge science. there a lot of peopole very passionate about the work we do here. it is a collaborative culture with everyone working towards a common goal. Supporting science, analyzing the environment, the adaptive biology and studying the cosmic microwave background. Working in a pristine enviroment where the air is clear and the sun is always up duirng the summer.
A fantastic experience to be a part of and long distance travel
Long distance travel nad denpendency on the current political climate for funding.
cafeteria style, sauté cook (Former Employee) – Cortland, NY – June 18, 2015
Typically i set up my station with the food i am going to prepare. I print out the recipes i am going to be using and saute the dishes that are to be served on my line that day. In between sauteing I serve the food that is the hot wells to customers.
My co-workers are nice to work with and management treats the employees with respect. The most enjoyable part of the job is working with the students who are employees and sauteing the food. I enjoy learning new recipes and working with the cooks and chefs.
Line Operator (Former Employee) – tarboro nc – October 22, 2013
a day at work includes managing a crew of ten people I learned very many skills dealing with customers management and co-workers all learned from each other hardest part of the job was long hours but worth it most enjoyable part of the job was making people happy
Easy work but not concerned about employees!!! Don't give raises often.
Production Associate (Former Employee) – Tarboro, NC – December 8, 2011
It's not a place for people who has kids. Don't have sick days. Don't give raises often. Easy work but over all is they don't care about their employees at all. Only concerned about getting the air conditioners out.
Housekeeper (Former Employee) – Tulsa, OK – February 4, 2013
Typical day is go to office get work order go to apartments trash them out deep clean paint maintenance. Other days clean on grounds or inspections of apartments. I learned that I am self motivated and can do anything I put my mind to. Management was terrible. No organization or communication. Got along great with coworkers. The hardest part of my job was dealing with a boss that really didnt know what was going on and didnt communicate things that needed to be communicated. I enjoyed cleaning and painting and seeing how good things looked when I was done.
Supervisor of Operations (Former Employee) – Tulsa, OK – June 10, 2013
My typical day at The Addison Apts, Broken windows from Break ins. Clean up blood from shootings, Fixing door jambs from doors being kicked in. Trash everywhere from Tenants who don't care. Talking to Tenants on a daily basis who do not like the Office staff because of their promises to get things fixed and never seem to have the money in the budget to order supplies. Tenants knew me on a first name basis as the children knew me as well. I became very close to my tenants, they were humans and deserved to be treated like humans low income or not.Everyday was very mind exhausting but a sense of accomplishment, I knew in my heart I did a great job everyday and could go home with a clear mind. I left my job over a Quarrel about the way I parked my truck, Backing it in because it was such a big truck. I was told that if I backed it in again, I would be fired. fair enough I gathered my tools and left before it grew into something.
Tenants loved me and I cared very much for them too..
Never had money to fix things, Office staff never around Low morale Unskilled personal.
License Practical Nurse (Former Employee) – Beech Grove IN – July 11, 2014
medication administration, input of new orders, observation of resident daily care, how to do admissions, management was friendly, co-worker very supportive, the lost of a resident, seeing my resident faces light up when i enter the building, that brought joy to my heart.
very friendly atmosphere
too many turnovers in such a short period of time.
I performed Durability and Damage Tolerance Analyses (DaDTA) and NASTRAN Finite Element Analysis (FEA) to support Air Force aircraft developments. My access to the Cray Supercomputer and essentially unlimited resources for 11 or the 15 years at Wright-Patterson provided me structural engineering experience unrivaled anywhere on the planet.
In cooperation with other engineers, I was able to design a highly unusual special-purpose aircraft for the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency as well as put weapons systems into service.
The job was fun and rewarding but did not like Dayton, Ohio, so I retired after only 15 years there. I returned to northern New England nine years ago, close to where I attended boarding school on a full three-year scholarship.
Good opportunity and flexible hours. Telecommute and provide all updates online. Have known owner for a few years and this was a good opportunity to work together. Have not personally met any of the other co-workers, we communicate online and through Skype.
I have been learning more advanced usage of C# and web-hosting applications.
I pretty much work my own hours. It is a good environment to learn new tools and engineering techniques because the end customer is a world-class product manufacturer and wants only the best solutions (compatibility, maintainability, performance and supporting documentation).