manager (Former Employee) – Clearwater, FL – May 3, 2016
awesome place to work made tons of money the amount of money to be made there is all up to you and how much time you put into the job and what you expect to get out of it but its a high pressure sales job so dont go in there thinking you will kill it if you never done sales
Call Center Associate / Operations Rep (Former Employee) – Clearwater, FL – October 12, 2015
Duties: Market and sell company services to interested customers, answer inbound calls from customers that are interested in company services Demonstrate time management and consideration of the caller and their time by providing exceptional customer support Handle calls in a timely fashion, while remaining focused, and review each file and provide correct and accurate information Upsell services when available, place outbound calls to warm leads and referrals, assist with client data base and operations as needed Use strong interpersonal skills and maintain consistent professional communication with staff, management, marketing and customers both internally/externally Demonstrate the ability to recommend process improvements or ideas that may better company/business needs
Owner/Operator (Current Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – March 2, 2015
I am self-employed working at home. A typical day at work consists of returning phone calls and emails, and writing for various blogs and to promote my product. In a market that seems difficult for landing a job, I developed Creative Solutions to create income.
I am self managed and have no co-workers. I do work closely with a couple of business associates on a regular basis.
The hardest part of my job is that there is not enough work. I'm happier when I'm busy.
The most enjoyable part of my job is that I'm available to my family when they need me, and can still make a living.
CSR (Current Employee) – Clearwater, FL – February 23, 2015
the people are great to work with very fun place to be willing to help with any and all questions. A typical day at work would be to come in log on the system have the morning meeting go over any changes there were a lot of them every day. Answering phones and upselling there products.,
short breatk, changes iwth programs everyday and droping in pay 4 times in the past year
Assistant to human resources manager (Former Employee) – Miami, FL – September 7, 2014
I owe my smarts and ability to multi task and work smarter not harder to the woman that taught me how to run a business. I am grateful for the experience it makes me sad to see how the recession caused such a huge downsize for such a wonderful place to work for
Customer Service (Former Employee) – Orlando, FL – January 16, 2014
I would be on the phone receiving call to lower interest rates on there credit cards. I learned to talk to many different types of individuals in a proper professional manner. Management was ok but they've only really tried helping the individuals who already knew what they were doing . My co-worker honestly goofed around alot and never understood that on business ours when working i do not have friends, i am here to work.
Extremely Rewarding especially when Executives experience a positive change in behaviors.
Executive Business Coach / Assistant VP (Former Employee) – Chicago, IL – November 27, 2013
Daily routine entailed creating a comfortable atmosphere where Executives could open up and trust. My workshops were based on honesty and assessments that would cover individual issues at hand in order to provide a resolution. In the interim I learned how to motivate and steer in the right direction those who were trying to reach the next level in any endeavor. I was given the opportunity to manage and develop new business per the CEO, I acted as the assistant CEO. My co-workers and I began networking to support one another as business executive coaches when necessary. My jobs was very enjoyable and the only challenging aspect was trying to help a client who's not used to trusting / opening-up to learn to trust honestly. I enjoyed the outcomes from diligently applying my coaching/counseling experience and knowledge to situations where it was much needed.
i love my job because i am a people person
i became an even bigger lover of providing resolutions
Loved my Manager, loved my property managers, great co-workers, I worked doing something I loved to do, accounting, processed invoices for 300 building all by myself. I did some HR work, onboarding process for new hires, worked with Vendors, processing Identification card, worked in the building where tenants knew me and I would help them. I worked with my Director and Area Managers closely. We had a great relationship. It was a pleasure working for this staff and at this job.
great boss, great co-workers, ability to take charge and take accountability of your work
Its a very good start for the type of job that I want and that I want to try for. It also gets you ready for new things and helps you deal with people alot better. As I said its a good business but you don't get paid for the work that you do and I have to provide for my family. My boss is a very good boss and I get along with all of my fellow coworkers.
event based projects and i learn new skills.
doesn't bring anky money in to provide for my family.