Public Relations Coordinator (Former Employee), Norfolk, VA – January 3, 2014
Pros: birthday lunches celebration, casual
Steady influx of customers subscribe to the fleet management software, the company's bread and butter. The job culture is laid back as there are casual Fridays, birthday lunches, etc. Depending on which department you're in, there's really not much room for management advancement; however, you can get compensated for your job performance.
Site Janitor (Former Employee), Barrow-In-Furness, ENG – October 8, 2013
Pros: free lunches.
Start time 07,30. First job go around the site refueling and starting the diesel generators.Next fill all the fresh water tanks in the ablution blocks,replenish roll towels& toilet rolls.The rest of the day spent cleaning the ablution blocks.
Assistant Project Manager and Closeout Engineer (Former Employee), Anaheim, CA – February 5, 2013
Very productive, learned a lot of intricacies of the highest level of construction management skills, great co-workers and management staff, huge volume of work under stress, but satisfying results at the conclusion of every project.
ccg were a good to work for.day to day you were left alone to get on with the job.the managers were good withthe workmen.the hardest part was the travelling to different jobs each day.the best part of the job was the job and finish
sviluppo carriera limitatissimo, investimento nela formazione modesto
HR Consultant (Former Employee), Milano, LOM – August 13, 2013
Pros: ambiente informale
Cons: nessun riconoscimento economico
In sintesi un'esperienza positiva perchè mi ha permesso di crescere in ambito recruiting e piani di sviluppo e compensation attraverso la formazione on the job. Positiva inoltre l'autonomia perchè avevo la responsabilità di decidere l'offerta al cliente e condurre i progetti senza alcun controllo operativo.