Hotel Operator (Former Employee) – Brighton – April 11, 2016
Fun, Busy fast paced environment. What I learned is different backgrounds, religion and culture. I had fun with different types of people, a little hotel family running the show whilst enjoying each others company.
Sales Assistant (Former Employee) – Pakistan – August 12, 2015
Greeting customers who enter the shop. Involve in stock control and management. Assisting shoppers to find the goods and products they are looking for. Responsible for processing cash and card payments. Stocking shelves with merchandise. Answering queries from customers. Reporting discrepancies and problems to the supervisor. Giving advice and guidance on product selection to customers. Balancing cash registers with receipts. Dealing with customer refunds. Keeping the store tidy and clean, this includes hovering and mopping. Responsible dealing with customer complaints. Working within established guidelines, particularly with brands. Attaching price tags to merchandise on the shop floor. Responsible for security within the store and being on the look out for shoplifters and fraudulent credit cards etc. Receiving and storing the delivery of large amounts of stock Keeping up to date with special promotions and putting up displays
sales advisor (Former Employee) – Manchester, ENG – January 23, 2016
During my time at work I was on the phones and giving Customers good customer service also helping them claim back PPI. I was Very polite and helpful and always hard-working. I was always well mannered on the phone and reliable during my time at work. The hardest Part of my job was when i got people on the phone that were not happy with our service and kept swearing at me and had to deal with it. The most enjoyable part of the job was speaking to nice customers who have a nice chat with you and people you can help claim back. I learned how to become more confident on the phone and learnt how to deal with people who were not happy.
IT - Data Base Computer Operator (Current Employee) – Erbil Kurdistan – July 14, 2015
using a variety of software packages, such as Microsoft Word, Outlook,Excel, Logistics etc., to produce correspondence and documents and maintain presentations, records, spreadsheets and databases; devising and maintaining office systems; using content management systems to maintain and update websites and internal databases; attending meetings, taking minutes and keeping notes; managing liaising with staff in other departments and with external contacts;
sorting and distributing incoming post and organising and sending outgoing post; organising and storing paperwork, documents and computer-based information; photocopying and printing various documents, sometimes on behalf of other colleagues.
Chef de Partie (Former Employee) – Birmingham, ENG – January 22, 2015
cook for 80 people ala carte 3 course on a Sunday evening my own with out any complaints learned lot about cooking very helpful very responsible doing breakfasat after a late shift staff and management are very helpful
Car Wash Attendant (Current Employee) – Fort McMurray – December 11, 2014
This company is very productive and friendly work place. The management are very supportive in each employees. Co-workers are very nice and discipline. They have a work shift scheduled in day to day basis.
Seasonal Target Team Member (Former Employee) – Mississauga, ON – March 24, 2015
Met new people made new friends. learned to work as a team members most enjoyable part of the day was when i helped out customers with their questions excellent co workers hardest part of the job was that its fast paced and youre always on your feet
Rickshaw Driver (Current Employee) – Dublin – February 10, 2015
It is my job to bring people to different establishments around the City Centre. The other drivers and I operate as a small business as such, we collaborate together on prices and special offers that we would offer to the public. I have had to learn good navigation skills, business acumen, negotiation skills and the ability to attract customers to my services being offered.
To many long hours, never enough money. Commission
Motion Marketing (Former Employee) – Plymouth – January 7, 2014
i never did enjoy this job, way to many long days n hours and working only on commission i didn't really earn anything. Door to door sales, involve a team of people walking the streets and knocking on peoples doors for charity. i personally dont answer the door when it comes to having people like that knocking on my doors, so when i has to do it for my job role, i wasnt too happy.
Warehouse Worker (Former Employee) – Bournemouth, ENG – July 2, 2013
I have gained new experiences. I had the pleasure to work with good professionals who taught me a lot. Sometimes was a lot of work and little time, which was problematic, but the sense of satisfaction derived from work performed fairly effectively alleviated the physical fatigue.
Renovator-General Helper (Former Employee) – Mississauga, ON – August 25, 2012
Coworkers are friendly and kind. They provided me with guidance so that I could quickly understand the working environment. I was efficiently managing the work assigned and eager assuming what needed to be done.