Driver (Former Employee), Saint Cloud, MN – December 9, 2013
Pros: i was well payed
Cons: being away from home
Picked up and transported wind genarators weighing 250,000 pounds in all 48 states. The management was well organized. My co-workers all worked well together and helped each other out. The hardest part was getting my 13 axel 160 ft long truck and trailer up narrow steep mountian roads. Home time was the most enjoyable part of the job.
Truck Driver (Former Employee), Minnesotia – August 28, 2013
I enjoyed driving all 48 states of which I was required and I had fun doing this. This is a greatly needed experience as a truck driver as you encounter different element's in all different states. I am a diligent worker and a understanding individual who gets along with his employer no matter what the circumstances are, I will get the job done.
Security Officer (Former Employee), Indianapolis, IN – August 17, 2013
• Coordinated with various departments and developed various fire, safety and disaster policies for campus. • Identified all security and safety hazards and prepared reports for same. • Inspected fire protection and associated equipments on a daily basis. • Investigated incidents on campus and ensured assistance from concerned department. • Developed – more... and evaluated effectiveness of college security plans. • Trained all students and workers and provided employment assistance. • Designed budgets for annual activities and prepared written reports on same. – less
Passenger Service Agent (Former Employee), West Palm Beach, FL – August 2, 2013
Pros: weekly pay
Cons: no benefits, low pay
VERY poor management and catty co-workers. Stressful jobs on some days as it's the airline industry. However, enjoyed learning things daily from jet bridge driving training to flight operations. Enjoyed meeting people from different walks of life.
Truck Driver (Current Employee), Chesapeake, VA – July 8, 2013
Pros: excellent pay
Cons: short breaks and extreme weather conditions
A typical day with ATS included going to different trucking companies to deliver freight. Duties included working under extreme weather conditions. The most enjoyable part of the day was turning in the timesheet to be paid the following week. I would recommend this business to any trucker who needed work while trying to find a full-time job.
Customer Service Rep (Current Employee), Dallas, TX – May 27, 2013
Pros: working from home
Cons: short breaks, short lunch
Your day was never the same. you come in and never know if the company policy has change as far as helping a customer... Management didn't know the position so we when ever there was a problem had to figure it out with co workers. Co workers we all worked as a team to get that job done.. the most part of my day was when I was able to help a customer – more... or to break down there bill for them. – less
Customer Service Agent (Former Employee), dallas – May 20, 2013
Pros: great hours
Cons: benefits and job security
We worked in both in and out bound calls and collected on past due cable deals. Learned Time Management Skills and call control. I worked with a great team that was always ready to help as well as a very wonderful manager. The biggest obstacle was trying to get the computer to keep up with the conversation. It felt good to be able to help people payoff – more... there bills or in some cases to help them with legitimate fraud or billing errors – less