Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Cleveland, OH – December 28, 2015
NGIC has an extremely high turnover rate and the training is sub-par at best. They don't prepare you for anything that you will actually encounter on the floor and get frustrated with you when you ask for help.
A Typical day at work would be like meeting and talking to clients and figuring out what exactly they want. Set up the location. Set up the light settings. working on pre-production. Shooting photos or capturing videos. working on project in post-production.
Food Server (Current Employee) – 2201 W. Cleveland – August 18, 2015
I open the restaurant. Set everything up for the day, love the people I work with, good team work, every one helps each out other when needed. Management is great. They help us out when we are slammed. they expedite the food ,get drinks for us when we are busy at other tables. The hardest part of the job is running out of something and having to explain to the customer that we are out of what they ordered. Most people are really understanding. The one thing I've learned through my experience is treat people the way you would want to be treated, with respect. Greet with a smile, listen to them , make their dining experience enjoyable. I guarantee they will be back to eat at your restaurant again.
Productive, self-care, annual vacations and off days.
Part time Chaplain (Former Employee) – Cleveland, OH – November 17, 2013
There was a day we had six patients brought to the hospital because of fatal accident they had. Every worker, both the doctors and nurses and other caregiver were busy to save lives of these patients. The management in their wisdom asked the help of other doctors and chaplains to help out at this emergency. I was among those who were called to help. It was interesting to see the co-operation of other workers in this situation of trauma. I learned that day that everyone needs help in difficult moments like this and it needs extra sacrifice in a difficult moment like this in order to save life. The hardest part of the job is to be available any moment the worker is needed even at midnight. The most enjoyable part of the job is being able to help those in need and in difficulty. The other aspect of the enjoyment is that we can have self-care during break time, during vacations and off days.
we use to have free launch, and ice cream once in a while
we have short breaks, insurance coverage, free accommodation and feeding.
Good company to work for, specially for engineering and Science
Finance (Current Employee) – Wickliffe, Ohio – November 12, 2013
Good company to work for, great compensation, great for engineering and science majors, accounting and finance is goo, as long if you had work there for over 10 years, and also came from a recruiting effort at colleges program. Poor management in areas other than engineering and science. "Old School" management behavior. The company culture is more gear towards keeping your comments to yourself and let managers talk to you the way they want to and don't say anything because it will have negative consequences in your career. Not much diversity.
Dir. International Strategy & Business Development (Former Employee) – Cleveland – July 15, 2013
When I was in the Cleveland, office, we had a real corporate center, with the vast majority of teammembers in one location. Teamwork and collaboration were the norm and there was real sense of purpose and community. That did change after the HQ was moved to Philadelphia.
Very rewarding and fulfilling place to work with people within the community who practices giving back
Retired and Senior's Volunteer Program (RSVP) (Former Employee) – Cleveland, Ohio – September 10, 2012
Having been involved with a non profit organization that connects volunteers with other organizations and companies that benefit tremendously from many volunteer hours was so special to me because at that time, I didn't know there was anything like this. It's a wonderful feeling to do something that benefit others. The staff was very loving and caring towards each other and the volunteers.
enjoyed the spirit and selflessness of willing volunteers in various areas of our community.
Field Marketing Manager (Current Employee) – Northeast Ohio – July 11, 2012
Responsible for managing HTC's presence at carrier locations within the Cleveland and Pittsburgh area. Focus on cultivating positive relationships with store associates and management to maintain front-of-mind brand awareness and loyalty resulting in increased market share through formal trainings and events within various wireless carriers. Training of in-store sales associates and managers on the features and benefits of HTC products.
training, great people, work from home
compensation, advancement opportunities aren't there
Enjoyed working with the Beverage Management Group. Found advancement was very contained within the ranks and job growth was very slim. Moved on to a company that offered what I was looking for in a company.
started in the business with this company and enjoyed the people i worked with.