I found it a very enjoyable place to work, with various duties. I was never bored, and the people were very nice.
Accounts Payable/General office Clerk (Former Employee), San Diego, CA – May 13, 2013
Pros: free lunches
Cons: no benefits as this was a temporary assignment
My typical day could consist of matching, coding, entering invoices. doing check runs, preparing checks for mail, making copies, keeping files up to date, reconciling statements, researching discrepancies, etc. A couple times a week, I was the auditor for the General Cashier.
I learned a new soft ware ( Sage) and about the Hospitality industry. I found – more... my co-workers most helpful and enjoyable to be around. the hardest part about the job was the commute. It was a bit of a trek. Also the fact that I was only there to cover for a woman on maternity leave. The most enjoyable part of the job, was the fact that I was never bored. – less
Volunteer for VA (Former Employee), Philadelphia, PA – May 3, 2013
Pros: discount from the store
Cons: short breaks, dental
The most enjoyable part of my job was helping take care of people, making them feel good about themselves, making them laugh when they were upset, telling them things were going to be okay when they were concerned about their health issues. I love selling clothes because i love fashion
Interviewing and data imput in computer, and client phone calls answered.
Medicaid Specialist (Former Employee), Pacagoula, MS – April 30, 2013
Pros: helping some who could get the needed insurance for health care.
Cons: angry clients who did not qualify or did not get their requested paperwork in.
A typical day at work would be, interviewing clients, appointment settings, data entry, filing, phone service, submitting applications for family and children medicaid and various general office duties. I learned that help is needed in individual communities for health care needs. I also learned that clients will false their records in order to get – more... what they need so one must gather complete information. The management worked with us favorably. The co-workers were a team. The hardest part of the job was to get the clients to get needed paperwork in for a deadline. Their was no negative part of the job. – less
Office Manager (Former Employee), Boca Raton/Delray Beach area – March 5, 2013
Pros: free lunches and office functions.
Important to me, is a good working environment where I am able to utilize my organizational skills to improve productivity and profitability for any company. Love working with diverse personality types. Tend to come in early to get a jump start to the day and love a fun work environment which allows you be relaxed and productive. Hardest part of any – more... job for me is the learning curve. Enjoy mostly a company that appreciates its employees and recognizes their efforts! – less
Office Assistant III (Former Employee), City of Detroit, Detroit, Michigan – January 11, 2013
Pros: free lunches
Cons: 20% per cent pay cut; health insurance increased.
In general, my 15 years at City of Detroit afforded me knowledge to help the average citizen with customer service needs. The hardest part of my job was telling the truth to the citizen, while knowing my company would not produce services promised. I was offered a management position, however I would not play games, so the offer was rescended.
Externship (Current Employee), Meriden, CT – November 4, 2012
Filing and phone calls to insurance companies, learning more about how to utilize my organizational skills. Friendly people, hardest part is just making sure to get what is needed from the insurance companies, but keep at it.
assistant/ Receptionist (Former Employee), Milwaukee, WI – June 11, 2012
A typical day included Filing, answering calls, I learned organization and to work quickly management was strict but reasonable the hardest part of my job was being at a desk for hours on end the most enjoyable part was the professionalism
Great company to work, every day you can see a creation of your hard work.
Modern Developer (Current Employee), Glenview , Illinois – April 17, 2012
Pros: time for developing your talent.
Cons: demend for seller not buyer.
My job is productive and fun. Followed a daily schedule, I keep a "to do” list simple and available any time I think of next task, this help me to managed company weekly and monthly schedules. To achieve company goals I write down steps that are realistic and attainable. We have fun and great outcome working as a team with my co-workers. The company – more... has a gain-sharing and skill-based compensation programs. The hardest part of my job is to managed the new key concepts for upcoming project and bring it to life. The most enjoyable part of my job is to close a file with finished project and received in mail "Thank you" note from our HAPPY customer. In overall rating the company I work for is the best place to work. The benefits are not very different then in similar businesses however; multicultural workers bring to company diversity also in values of life what make our company unique. Modern Developer follows many of the government legislations to protect employee and sub workers. – less
Working at Champion was a ast pace office, I had to multi task every day, I had to be organized all the time and adjust to change.
Worked with a great group of people from Manufacturing, Sales, Engineering, Accounting and Service Tech's.
I loved the challenges of every day. I enjoyed working with the people and the managers. I was given opportunities – more... to learn several different job duties A/P, A/R, Collections, Customer Service, Invoicing, Inventory Control and various others.
The hardest part of this job was leaving. I worked with this group of people for nearly 19 years. But my husband and I where relocating . – less
Administrative Assistant (Former Employee), Auburn, CA – April 6, 2012
Pros: free lunches, very educational
Cons: no benefits
I answered phones, did A/R, A/P, comission & payroll, worked with 3 real estate offices and around 100 real estate agents on a daily basis, entered data on sales, faxed, copied and scanned papers, set up property folders and other various office duties. I enjoyed working with my co-workers and agents. The hardest part of the job was leaving because – more... I moved. – less