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work as a temp
Local Shipment Coordinator/ Forklift Operator (Current Employee), Oklahoma City, OKApril 7, 2014
work as a temp one summer it was great but the one down fall was i was let go faster then i was told i would have work but i got called back to work with them full time and it still was a great job
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Indoor/Warehouse environment
Sales Associate (Former Employee), Orlando, FLDecember 26, 2013
Pros: great industry
Cons: minimal chance of advancement
Typical workday included answering the phone taking orders by phone, working the counter and also taking personal orders by walk-ins. The job requires a lot of memorization pertaining to part numbers. You normally work along another counter associate and the store manager. Hardest part of the job was having huge orders in the summer time with a line – more... of other customers waiting their turn. Most enjoyable was socializing with the regulars that normally bought everyday. – less
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Winning Operation - Great Opportunities to grow
Infrastructure & Systems Project Manager (Former Employee), Syracuse, NYOctober 21, 2013
Working with this organization was one of the best choices I have made professionally. Culture was business oriented but relaxed enough to enjoy going to work daily. Opportunities were yours to grab if you desired. Working in and with the IT team was also great for not only building a solid understanding of the job responsibilities but also gave great – more... opportunity for learning growth. I really enjoyed working with not only these great group of people but enjoyed working with the other departments as well. – less
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Compensation is not performance driven - no accountability
Credit Manager (Current Employee), Charlotte, NCAugust 16, 2013
I love my job and my customers - the hardest part of the job is watching people around me NOT do their job and their jobs falling back on to my shoulders. Management does not reward for performance and I feel that is the most important part of a person's job.