Event Specialist (Former Employee), Columbia, SC – March 4, 2014
The job was to promote the sell of different products, rarely did you have the same job two days in a row. I learned to step out of my comfort zone by pushing for the sell. Direct management was awesome! They showed they cared and appreciated hard work. Co-workers were very friendly. The hardest part of the job was that it was only part-time. The most – more... enjoyable part of the job was promoting different products. – less
Advantage Sales and Marketing (Current Employee), Pittsburgh, PA – February 3, 2014
This job is very people oriented and you get to talk to many managers along with many customers. You must have high levels of confidence as you will be responsible for many sales and high volumes of traffic throughout stores.
Challenging, fun and productive position for several clients and accounts.
SALES/MARKETING REPRESENTATIVE (Current Employee), Nashua NH – January 30, 2014
Pros: great people and fun challenging work
Cons: salary incentive
Manage all business in my assigned territory. Great clients to be productive for...and great people on our team and out in the field each day. Many hats are worn for this position. People skills are essential in all areas of job performance...and they are one of the things I'm the most proud to have while performing my job on a day to day basis.
Summer Team Lead (Brands Park) (Former Employee), Chicago, IL – December 19, 2013
Pros: get to play basketball in an indoor gym for free.
Cons: little breaks
A typical day at work would begin with planning what games we would be playing with the kids. Then we would warm up by either practicing some of the games or playing basketball. As the kids entered we made sure the kids knew what we were playing and we would always be enthusiastic about it. We would play with them and enforce the rules of the game at – more... the same time, and if the kids were getting bored with the game we would go right onto the next game we had planned. Usually we would have at least three games as a backup just in case the kids were not having fun with some of the games. Then we would wait for the kids to leave so that we could end our day. I learned how to speak in front of crowds, become more sociable, and how to lead a group of people to complete a task. The managers usually made sure that everything was going smoothly and made sure we were doing our jobs. I got to know new people and to gain a close friendship with people that I am still friends with today. The hardest part of this job is keeping the attention of all the little kids because the minute they got bored they would wreak havoc on what we had planned. But the most enjoyable part of the job was being able to socialize with people of all ages and to be able to just have fun. – less
it was a fun place to work at, i loved conversating with people my age
broadcaster (Former Employee), Chicago, IL – July 31, 2013
Pros: taking lots of breaks
Cons: being tired afterwards
a typical day at work would be me getting there and getting straight to business along with the other co-workers. i learned to complete any task i started on time. my co-workers were very fun and enjoyable to be around they were a big help with the job. the hardest part i would say was being able to start work and thinking i was going to mess something – more... up. the most enjoyable would be the banquet we had at the end of the season – less
Sales and Marketing (Current Employee), Tampa, FL – February 25, 2013
Pros: samples of products
Cons: part-time job. hours are not stable.
A typical day at work is exciting. It usually starts off with friendly greetings from other team members. Other team members are always willing to help each other which makes a great work place. I learned that work can be fun and does not need to be highly stressful. The management is awesome. My co-workers are like family. The hardest part of the job – more... is not being able to talk with your co-worker on the floor. Talking and promoting the product, giving taste and tips to make their day a little easier. – less
Fun creative enviroment with a great deal for advancement and learning new skills.
Customer-Service Clerk (Former Employee), Chicago, IL – January 29, 2013
At ASM there was so much creativity and skill involved. So much attention to detail was needed and so was teamwork. The jewelry making process is one that was complicated but beautiful at the end of the day.