Recreation Assistant (Former Employee) – Twin Falls, ID – August 12, 2015
I started out this job by typically being in uniform and being ready to manually clock in. I was the front desk person and typically if there where any problems occurring at the gym i would be first to respond to the issue. I learned how to deal with customers as well as students. I learned that you have to approach everyone differently and that everything has to be in order for customers to be happy. I also learned that when you have time and your part of the management team take your time and help your co workers out. You will earn their respect and explain everything that is being done in detail, so they know why they are doing something instead just issuing out orders.
Student (Former Employee) – Twin Falls, ID – December 13, 2014
This company is fantastic they really care about your success and you achieving all of your goals. They have a support team that helps you at ever turn to find the right way you should go to thrive and succeed.
Associate Professor (Current Employee) – Twin Falls, ID – October 22, 2014
Community College with an associate degree nursing program. The hardest part of the job is observing students struggle and/or not pass a course within the program. The most enjoyable part of the job is when the students demonstrate their ability to "put it all together" and the faculty student relationships.
Mail Room Clerk/ Switch Board Operator (Former Employee) – Twin Falls, ID – August 26, 2013
It was fun to sort and deliver mail to each department. As well as working the switchboard. I learned to sort and process in coming and out going mail. Management were outstanding, friendly and helpful. The staff was friendly and also helpful.I loved the people I came in contact with.
helpful managers and co-workers. great envirionment.
hard to advance if you do not have a college degree
Friendly atmosphere, lots of students to meet and co-workers
Custodian/Janitor (Current Employee) – Twin Falls, ID – April 20, 2013
Every day of vacuuming and cleaning lots of areas in the Taylor building. Learned how to scrub tile floors and clean carpets. management doesnt do their job completely. Most of my co-workers are very nice. The hardest part of job is learing how to work with equipment. Early morning hours before 8am is most enjoyable part of the day or if working swing swift would be after 6pm.
free food mostly on swing shift. half hour to eat lunch while paid for it