Production Worker (Former Employee) – 600 East 50th Street North Sioux Falls, SD 56104 – April 24, 2017
Working at ESI makes it hard to have a life and its hard to get time off if you need it, I worked the night shift and we had been working overtime too so I worked from 3:45pm-3:15am and it was Monday through Thursday and Friday we worked 3:45pm- 9:45pm.
Grief Councilor (Current Employee) – Loveland, CO – April 5, 2017
I started working here just out of high school as a first time part time job. Slowly made my way up the latter once i aquired my degree. I love what i have accomplished so far and cant wait to further my experiences else where.
Guard (Current Employee) – Roanoke, VA – February 6, 2017
typical day is we tell cars where to go and sell them parking passes,then we go inside and help with security then for let out we tell them which exit to go too. bosses are very nice and understanding hardest part is stubborn customers. most enjoyable part is getting to laugh with nice customers and see them be friendly back to me
Accountant (Current Employee) – Portland, OR – February 2, 2017
Will work you until you quit. Lies and bias abound. Do not work here, too many other places you can bring your skill set. The Management only cares about the stock prices and how much they can buy below market.
Talent Manager (Former Employee) – West Hollywood, CA – January 25, 2017
Great experience but after a 1 1/2 years he would not give me a raise. LOW PAY AND NO room for growth anymore. I was doing plenty of responsibilties; including but not limited to: Managing clients careers and personal lives, attending events and networking, ACCOUNTING/ book keeping and much more!
Senior Construction Manager (Former Employee) – Bakersfield, CA – December 10, 2016
I only worked for a short time at ESI in Bakersfield, CA. I was assigned a Water Plant project and the job was going well then the company suffered radical cut backs and I was replaced with a Project Manager who had been with the company 15 years. ESI went from 250 employees to 115. Their fleet was cut back in half.
Biller/Coder (Former Employee) – Chicago, IL – September 16, 2016
I process billing/coding for this company. We process claim from Stroger's Hospital. We was a offsite company that has a good relation with Stroger's Hospital. I learned that you will have to become certified in the future to continues working in this field. I had the best management team, my manager was the one that informed me that we are going to have to become certified. After work we studied together. My co-workers was great we all worked together to get the job done. And we also had a lot of fun together some of us has passed on. The hardest part of my job at the beginning was learning Stroger's offsite system only for a little while. The most enjoyable part was being a part of people that cared about each other. We had a Great team and we had respect for each other.
Dispatcher (Former Employee) – Shannon, NC – August 24, 2016
This was a temporary position. I was surprised I worked for the amount of time I did. During the election season, the work environment was hostile and the owner of the business was always trying to persuade my vote. I didn't like that all. I had to learn the job on my own w/o being properly trained.
Worked with students who had defaulted on their School loans.
Student Default Clerk (Former Employee) – Virginia Beach, VA – April 11, 2016
During the day we called students to inform & assist in what ever way we could to get them into good standings with their school loans. We worked individually but assisted each other when needed. While working for ESI I learned how student loans work.
It was fun working with all of the instrumentation and PLC's.
I/E Technician (Former Employee) – Bakersfield, CA – March 31, 2016
It was fun working with this company because I got to work with different people, some nice some not but learned how to deal with different personalities, leaned a lot about new systems and equipment. The hardest part was to move from location to location. The most enjoyable part of this job was to be able to manage big projects and be able to see the results at the end of each project when every system was performing as expected and expressed on the blue prints.