A typical day at work, started off with a ton of truck ready to be unloaded with less than enough staff. I learned through the mismanagement of the company how to run the company more efficiently and effectively. The management where thieves and didn't communicate with each other, which caused us to lose our contract. I had quite a few hard working co-workers that I got along with just fine. the hardest part of the job was going without breaks some days due to lack of staff. I enjoyed the staff that did have to work with.
Bus Boy (Former Employee) – Binghamton, NY – March 3, 2015
Picking up glasses from people's drinks, sweeping the floor with the vacuum cleaner that is run without electricity. I learned to clean up after dance parties and keep busing tables, and keep the tables set up for new customers to come in. Management was strict and nice. My co-workers I did not know that much.. The hardest part of the job was cleaning up the dance floor after the party was over. The most enjoyable part of the job was, cooking food.
clock in from 6 am until finished, mostly unloading of trucks, breaking down product to fit in the racks in warehouse. Keep area clean and neat. take breaks 2 breaks per day. some days are short others are long. over time if available. depending on the person can be fun if u make it be
Reciever (Current Employee) – Salt Lake City, UT – November 22, 2014
This warehouse job was very fast demanding different working in different temperatures ranging from room temperature to 20 below zero in a fast environment.Co-works were great team works Hardest part of the job was working so hard you sweat in 10 degrees and then going in 20 below zero sweating and you would freeze and do it again. A little hard work is good for the soul, it was a great feeling.
not all is work it also have game rooms, crew bars, basket court, internet cafe lounge and other activities for the crew.
Hotel Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) – Celebrity Cruiseline – July 25, 2012
A typical day is busy sometime, and sometime calm. i learn a lot about the cruise industry, and customer service. A lot about management skills and organization. I had good co-workers we share a lot of good moments and we had a good working environment. The hardest part was embarkation day because we work 12 and more hours straight. The most enjoyable part is when we go to new ports and meet new persons.
the food was free
we had tree hours break, the health service only cover accidents on work
Insurance Claims Specialist for DME (Former Employee) – New York – January 28, 2015
Flexible schedule, absolutely adaptable to any personal life style, the down side of it is that there was not secure income, commissions and only commissions was the only way to make money, so you are either a workaholic or a very ambitious individual to handle it.