SUPERVISOR, FURNITURE INSTALLATIONS (Former Employee) – Green Bay, WI – September 19, 2014
KI, doesn't throw money around. In fact, you could call them cheap. What you will get are the critical essentials needed to do your job and relative security of you go out and do the work. Because KI doesn't throw much money at problems, it can take a lot of self motivation and creativity to make projects come together. The installation Supervisor position does involve a lot of travel. Make sure you are OK with that because it has to work with your personal and home life. Salary and benefits are middle of the road.
Great coworkers, poor management/employee relations
Events (Former Employee) – Salt Lake City, UT – September 7, 2014
Produced revenue generating events that would coexist with day to day business operations. Learned the key fundamentals of what it takes to make a successful and profitable event. Time management was a must with managing multiple events simultaneously. Writing client contracts and BEO's for staff and management teams. Stress management was essential. Coworkers were some of the best I have ever had. Hardest part of the job was being valued by upper management. Compensation would change from month to month. Went from hourly to salary to commission with base pay. Commission percentages fluctuated with the weather. The last scenario ended with 100% percent commission. Dod eat dog till the very end.
Hour lunch, time away for doctors appointments were always granted
Administrative Assistant and Customer service (Former Employee) – Greenville, Sc – May 10, 2013
A typical day was interviewing and qualifying clients for government assistance through the WIC program. I learned a lot of patience and how to deal with very impatient and rude people. Management was very good people that provide a great team work environment. The hardest part of the job was difficult people, most enjoyable was seeing all the beautiful babies and providing the much needed assistance that these people were seeking. This was only a temp. position for me, but I loved it.