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fast paced
Gate Agent (Former Employee), DFW Airport, TXAugust 12, 2013
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exciting, fast paced, rewarding, multi tasking, teamwork
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Valet (Former Employee), dfw airportMay 1, 2013
Not too hard on employees in tough weather
long walks
busy always
tips are good
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Don't waste your time!
Administrative (Former Employee), Fort Worth, TXJanuary 28, 2013
Cons: little pay, small business, family owned and operated, bad decisions, employees back stab one another.
Small company with no future. This is a family owned business under the umbrella of "woman-owned" only because the man who started it was ready to retire and handed it over to his wife, who had nothing to do with the business, so they could get the woman-owned benefits for bids, etc. The vice president is the woman's brother and he has a HUGE ego. Since – more... they are never there except to go to various breast cancer awareness events and woman-owned events, the receptionist and an admin. are the ones making detrimental decisions - yes, scary. The owners are also very involved in their church, which is hypocritical because they conduct theselves quite the opposite. And, if you do happen to go to work there, beware because the receptionist tells you one thing (and everyone is talking about everyone else), then tells the owner another and the owner believes whatever. The owners supposedly are handing it over to their employee leadership, however, that is not happening and they will not allow their leadership to make any decisions, thus they are stuck in the 80's. Employee morale is down, everyone talks behind everyone's back, and most people there are looking for other jobs. Don't waste your time, believe me. I am so glad I got out. – less
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Fast Paced, a lot of learning
Site Supervisor (Current Employee), Arlington, TexasSeptember 6, 2012
Go in early to the office, practice day to day operations then headed out to the field. Learned sales, management training, and self management. Co-workers came and went. Hardest part of the job was keeping motiviated. The money was definetly the best part of the job.
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productive workplace, very rewarding.
Quality Assurance Manager/ Assistant Administrator (Former Employee), Burleson, TXAugust 15, 2012
heavy office work time management, patient and employee satisfaction a must. Most enjoyable part of job seeing happy satisfied patients.
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Fujitsu
INSTALLATION TECHNICIAN (Former Employee), DFWApril 18, 2012
Quality and Standards class for Fujitsu, Install and power up Fujitsu FLM4500 and DS-3
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I had learned so much about customer service through this job
Valet and Greeter (Current Employee), Dallas, TXApril 11, 2012
Pros: its a great company with good mangement, good customer service experience.
Cons: no benefits or job security for future
My day at this company starts really early, and what we do typically is customer service which I learned so much about even more than what I was expecting. The mangement were great as people and the rules they made. Most of the work was a team work which for me was fun as I gaind so many friends in there. The hard part was to do our job in a perfect – more... way which means make our customers happy and take care of their cars. The enjoyable part was driving new cars that I cant afford to by. – less