Pros: free transportations, free coffe, allowances of foods and lodging and most especially health insurance
Cons: long hours, traffic, force overtime
I have a flexible time to work,depending on our monthly schedule.Being an ibmer I learned how to value customers and managed time .I learned that working is not just for the salary but most important is for the welfare of other people.In terms of the management I did received good compensation.We did have our allowances and incentives,namely; food allowance, – more... transportation allowance laundry and lodging allowances.On the other hand,in terms of my co workers relationship,we did have this what we called close co worker ties,we did bond at the pantry drinking some coffee and have a little bit conversation in terms of our progress in the company.
Moreover,speaking about the hardest part of my job ,it's when I need to backup my co employee since he's absent due to fever.so being a coordinator, I need to check each technicians with regards to their individual schedules and daily work.But by god's grace accompanied by passion and patience to work , i made it.I finished working their schedules at a given time.So as a conclusion,if there is a hardest part of my job there is also the most enjoyable part of my job,and that is every time I resolved their own concerns. – less