Packer/Line Worker (Former Employee), Milwaukee, WI – November 17, 2014
Cons: short breaks
A typical day here is being prepared for a 12 hour shift. And with that said must be able to stand for long periods of time. I was a rotator so I was placed where ever I was needed at thru the whole factory. The bosses give u great instructions at this site. I was sent out to work with quad graphics.
Digital Specialist and Multi tasking (Former Employee), New York, NY – July 14, 2014
Office Services, scanning and digital copy associate Assist office managers in various projects for clients Responsible for producing high volume litigation and digital scan projects in a timely manner Experienced in Microsoft Outlook Set up different electronic files for clients copy requests, including conversion of zip files, word documents OCR and – more... Book Marked Documents using Adobe Maintained all electronic logs ensuring clients get billed accordingly Entered new client matter numbers using equitrac, copytrac systems Confirmed all digital faxes were delivered in a timely manner using EFAX Making sure all equipment is in operable condition Responsible for all binding and digital equipment supplies are ordered Ordered personal and high volume HP laser toner cartridges, and made sure the used cartridges Reconciled monthly meter reads, and supplies for monthly billing Clerical duties and Data Entry Managing high volume projects and time sensitive projects Excellent Professional Relationship with Attorney’s, Secretaries, and Management – less
Ticketing/Holiday Help (Former Employee), Evansville, IN – July 2, 2014
A typical day at work was good but very physical. I learned a lot about how factories operated. Management was kind. I enjoyed the people I worked with. The hardest part of the job was standing for long periods of time and no job security. The most enjoyable part of the job was you kept your pace up.
temp worker (Former Employee), Kingston, PA – April 23, 2014
Pros: i got paid when expected
Cons: they were extreamly hard to get a hold of
I never new whether or not I had work until I got to the work place. I had a hard time getting a hold of them. I learned that not all companies have the curtisy to let you know that you don't have work. The management was inpossible to get a hold of. The co-workers were helpful. The hardest part of the job was going to the work place and having to go – more... back home with out work. Getting a full days work. – less