Aggressive and motivated company to continue to grow, Work/Life Balance
Market Executive Assistant (Former Employee) – Melville, NY – August 3, 2017
A typical day involved the daily, weekly, monthly responsibilities for each of the managers you support, as well as one off projects and tasks. Most often the workplace culture provides a work/life balance, but that can also depend on your direct manager and what division you work for. The hardest part is the lack of consistency for similar roles within the organization. The most enjoyable part was the people I worked with. My direct team worked really well together, had each other's backs, and truly worked as One Team,not strictly as individuals for the success of our Markets.
Ability to work from home on occasions - childcare, schools closed, work/life balance
Lack of Job Security. Constant worry your role will be eliminated due to constant re-organizations.