Housewife/Mother (Former Employee) – Lansing, MI – April 23, 2016
Our day started usually at 6 am. Made breakfast, seen Dad off to work, made beds, cleaned rooms, cleaned house, and ready to go outside to play by 10 am. TV would not be on, music would be, Children would be riding bikes, helping water flowers, picking vegetables from garden, watering garden, playing hide n seek, etc, Lunch time would be between 11:30-12:00, After lunch would be nap time. Older children played outside with supervision until 3:30 pm. This is when they watched an hour of television. Dinner at 5:00 and back outside to play until 7:30-8:00 pm. Then baths, bedtime, storytime. My daily schedule with my children. Love them dearly!!!!
Homemaker (Current Employee) – Lexington, SC – March 25, 2014
I get up at 6:15, cook breakfast, get my son off to school. Check e-mails, clean house, exercise, take care of the family pet. Make any necessary appointments, run errands. I do yard work when it is needed. Cook supper, do laundry, help with homework. I get my son ready for his next day at school. I have so enjoyed, and still do being a Homemaker, I have always been organized, flexible, easy to get along with, never moody, a happy person. Also take of all financials(Keeping up with and paying bills).
I can takes breaks without asking anyone, I can go on a walk, basically do what I want, when I want.
No paycheck, not a lot of outside interaction with others.
Being surrounded by alot of smart, interesting & nice executives and learning much from them.
Young & Rubicam (Former Employee) – New York, NY – October 13, 2012
Co-workers were always cordial and always greeted you kindly every morning. Management was always approachable. I reported to two EVP's. They really counted on me and trusted me and my judgement. The hardest part of the job was I was needed to work extremely long hours (60-80 yours per week). The most enjoyable part of the job was all the interesting people I met and how I was always treated with respect.