Make Shift Employee (Clerical Assistant) (Former Employee), Marvell, AR – August 3, 2014
Pros: an hour lunch break
Cons: no healthcare benefits
A typical day at work were meetings. I learned lots of things. Certain management was good. Co-workers were great. The hardest thing was trying to getting things done under pressure. The most enjoyable part waking up and doing it all over again.
Took care of daily A/p and A/R. Made sure all the payroll was up to date. I learned that it is more about team dynamics then actual job performance. My co-workers were the hardest part of the job. It was as if steering a boat through complicated sailing channels.
Substitute Teacher (Current Employee), FL – March 3, 2014
Pros: learning life lessons
Cons: lack of full-time opportunity
The ability to grow within while learning to broaden your own life worth is priceless. Watching the youth of today grow and develop into our future of tomorrow and the accomplishments in their reach is limit less. In order to make life a quality purpose work with the youth of today and watch them grow from the knowledge within their environment from – more... all avenues of life. It’s hard to digest that the children we work with today will one day be the movers and shakers of the world. The mystery is what and where their accomplishment in life will be later in life is part of the thrill of learning but most of all the thrill of teaching. – less
Fun environment for young girls to play and learn how to be ladies
Mentor/Coach (Current Employee), Chicago, IL – February 28, 2014
Pros: free snacks
This is my volunteer job and I work with two other coaches and about 15 young girls. We do various sports activities together and end the day by talking about different peer-pressure and self-esteem issues. We do a lot of character building and teamwork activities.
Asst. Sales Leader (Former Employee), Whitehall Township, PA – January 19, 2014
The co-workers were great to work with. Usually I made sure the employees were doing what they needed to do. I wrote the schedules and did the aduits. I also made sure the customers were happy while they were in there.
Brand Representative (Current Employee), Brentwood, CA – July 17, 2013
it was a good job. i was told within the first 4 months that they would like to promote me to lead but because i went and got a second job and went to school I couldn't get promoted. they wanted someone who didnt talk to very many customers and didnt have good sales number as their new lead.
Brand Representative (Former Employee), Owasso, OK – February 4, 2013
Justice is a blast! The girls that work there are so much and the environment is always positive. This is the best retail store to work in! Management is awesome and flexible. The only downside were the hours. Not very many hours were available and the schedule is ever changing.
Justice for Girls (Current Employee), Novi, MI – October 17, 2012
Pros: you can go in the back room and and eat or drink whatever you like
Working for Justice is okay, I love working there because i love helping the little girls look for their perfect look, i love helping them and seeing them come in the store and get all excited when then come in. I love my co-workers they are all so nice and will help you with anything you need help in their very polite and patient. My only problem with – more... working there is that i do no get enough hours. I only work one or two days a week literally and when i do work, my hours are only 3 or 4. So i am looking for somewhere where i love coming to and i can get as many hours as i need – less