Financial Analyst (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – March 15, 2016
Awesome company with great learning opportunities. unfortunately the company was very lateral and had very little room for moving up the corporate ladder. The environment was great and work and life balance was awesome.
Part-Time Nanny (Former Employee) – Decatur, GA – August 3, 2015
My particular job was fantastic because the children are great. Many of the teachers are excellent and very dedicated. SOME of the administration needs rethinking. It's the children that make everyday worth working.
Fun work place with great employees and very productive and goal driven
Employment Specialist, Well Star (Former Employee) – Austell, Ga – May 26, 2015
WellStar was a huge company to work for, but each department felt like a home. The employees were great to get along with and to work with. We had occasional parties that were fun and a nice break. Everyone worked will together and helped each other out. We all worked as a team.
You could pay for your lunch by just swiping your badge and it would come out of your pay check, great benefits, reduced lunches, outside area to eat.
Great marketing company to work for, especially when I am interacting with the general public in different locations
Brand Ambassador A LA Carte Marketing (Metro PCS) (Current Employee) – Atlanta – May 24, 2015
Advertisement for Metro PCS stores all over Atlanta GA. A typical day at work for me would include, but not limited to: Flyering in the vicinity about Metro PCS promotions, Arrow Spinner in location to draw/attract attention to Metro PCS store, and several entertainment events to draw large crowds of potential customers.
Working with people has taught me to be patient, knowlegdeable, and understanding.
Management is a key to being successful at marketing great products. Managing other workers about patient, knowledge on the product, and understanding a customers need has help me grow within the company.
My co-workers are just as excited about the company, as myself.
The hardest part of my job would be: Not enough people to satisfy.
The most enjoyable part of my job would be: Someone is always satisfy.
Program Manager, Everybody Wins (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – January 22, 2014
- Managed 5 of the 10 Metro Atlanta Public Schools - Building relationships between school administration and corporate volunteers. - Database management of volunteers, recruting volunteers on quarterly basis. -constatant communication with site coordinators
Helping struggling students improve reading skills.
No opportunity for advancement, no benefits, no salary increase
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Atlanta, Ga – November 28, 2013
Enjoyed being part of this growing franchise. Ive learned many ways to handle customers and how to advance in the marketing world. I enjoying managing as well as learning from my employees. The hardest part of the job was approaching a situation where a customer was unsatisfied with our service. The most enjoyable was everybody else I had an opportunity to work with.