BUS SHUTTLE DRIVER (Current Employee) – Washington, DC – June 18, 2016
They need to pay more money. so unorganized. always short of drivers. People come in and leave shortly there after. They don't stand up for the drivers. Management is aweful. Only had one drivers meeting since I came in this past Aug. Insurance is high as the sky. They don't fight to get you the best price on insurance either.
Care Coordinator/Case Manager (Former Employee) – Brooklyn, NY – May 10, 2016
Provide services to client with mental illness, HIV/AIDS, chronic medical Illness by linking them to health care providers. Assist client 's with obtaining and maintaining benefits and entitlements. Assisting client's with obtaining housing transitional and permanent.
Office Manager (Current Employee) – Champaign, IL – January 8, 2015
I enjoyed my daily tasks at work, including but not limited to invoicing, accounts payable, accounts receivables, and occasionally interacting with customers. I learned QuickBooks by doing this job which enhanced my office skills. The management and co-workers were easy going and provided a good working environment. I working mostly independently while occasionally working with management on proposals.
Server/Bar back and back of the house (Former Employee) – Edgartown, MA – December 4, 2014
Started here as a dish washer and ended up as a barback/bartender, and held every position in between. front of the house training helped me gained the knowledge to excel in this industry. We were busy almost every single night and had multiple events held by music groups and liqour vendors. Some employees felt like they were over worked but i feel like thats what you sign up for at a high volume restaurant. The food and beverage handler was a little high strung and the stress level was intense but overall, great money and hours with prime location in Marthas Vineyard.
great clientele, as many hours as you can handle
sometime over booked, and "over the top" management. also only seasonal
Project Manager (Former Employee) – Huntingdon Valley, PA – October 14, 2014
I started out as a field worker. Moved up to assistant PM where I would transfer take off sheets from paper to computer in order to compute man hours and material take offs. Lite estimating. Handled proposals, change orders, purchase orders, and other documents for projects. I then moved up to PM where I ran around 8 jobs before going back to school. Huge learning experience for me. One that I will carry with me for the rest of my life.
Receptionist (Former Employee) – Hickory, NC – July 29, 2014
Atlantic Corporation was a very nice place to work and the coworkers I worked with were very friendly. The office manager was very kind and patient. the branch manager was also friendly, nice and great to work for.
This company offers a lot of overtime hours to all the employees which is a great opportunity. The supervisor will assign you a forklift for you to use everyday. The work consists on loading and unloading trucks, you are given the paperwork with the manifest information of the freight you have to load/unload. Unloading trucks is not hard, just label the freight, write the number on it, and place it in the location it goes by the last number of the pro. The difficult part is when loading. You have to look for the freight in "cages" where sometimes it is in the wrong place or not found which takes a lot of time. You are told by your supervisor that you can't take too long to locate freight and on top of that, you manager will tell you to take your time. It is a pity because this company could have potential if only they could assign at least one person to do inventory which is the reason why they always give overtime to employees that with time, will eventually quit by the pressure the bosses cause.
Unorganized place and managers with supervisors contradict each other.
Welder/Fabricator (Former Employee) – Oklahoma City, OK – September 10, 2013
worked well as team to complete our projects. learned a lot from veteran co workers. such as different kind of blue prints, different welding procedures, I enjoyed my time at atlantic I left seeking better pay, I felt like for the the job I was doing I could get better pay.
A day of work for me starts with the preperation of my K9 partner. I then report to my assigned unit which would be " Fugitive Warrants ". Their i would review files of wanted persons old and new , after that i would begin an active patrol throughout the County and also be a support unit for other patrols.The lerning process never ends from day to day. My co-workers are Detectives assigned also to the Fugitive Warrants section . The hardest part is reminding the detectives to not get between or in front of my k9 partner. Bringing the day to a satisfactory conclusion with the arrest of Fugitives, incarcerating them in the County jail , then everyone going home at the end of the day without incident.