Translator (Former Employee), AL – January 20, 2014
Pros: short hours and great teamwork between workers.
Cons: no real payment since it was voluntary work.
We had to show at the given time and as soon as we were there our supervisor would welcome us and provide us with our work. We would start working as soon as possible and had to follow the given deadline about how many Word pages or PDF pages we had to translate. Responsibility on not altering the authors words and finding the proper field words required – more... to translate. It was quite fun and manageable. Co-workers were fun and helpful. Finding the right words belonging to the campaign or document given to us. Being able to properly convey the words of the author in the target language. – less
Registered Nurse (Current Employee), Sykesville, MD – April 25, 2012
A typical work day for me is making sure that my patients are cared for in a professional caring manner and helping to create a safe and pleasant environment. Moreover; I have learned how to adapt to quick changes and have contributed ideas to management that can promote positive changes. The hardest part of my job is not having enough time to spend – more... quality time with my patients, however; when I can, I often sing to them or with them and I always greet them with a smile hoping to brighten their days. – less
Sales administration (Former Employee), Shepperton, Middx – January 17, 2013
Pros: pleasant work atmosphere, easy parking in company space.
Cons: no salary increase in 5 years
Dealing with all aspects sales. I learned more about Windows on PC and used Sage software, i was not management but did on some occasion run the office on my own when sickness or holidays occurred. I worked with 6 people all of mature years. 3 women and 3 men. Getting goods out on time when it was busy was the most demanding. Getting to the end of the – more... day with all orders completed and the books balanced with credit card sales on Sage. – less