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If you want a job with personality avoid
Accounting (Former Employee), Las VegasDecember 5, 2014
Pros: saw nothing
Cons: no personality. all about $$$
Very interesting company. Went in to do accounting and they obviously wanted a robot that didn't ask questions and didn't care where numbers were put as long as they added up to the balance. Accounting? Not. And to laugh there was unheard of. And please don't ask questions cause you will get 10 different answers and you have to guess who's right regardless of rank.
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Positve work environment with untapped potential
Operations Manager/Project Manager (Current Employee), united statesDecember 1, 2014
Pros: large company with great resource support
Cons: company operations ran on national level, making it challenging streamline goals and business alignment.
GES offers a wide variety of renewable energy services. This industry provides a opportunity to learn a vast amount of knowledge in wind power and solar power generation. Due to popularity of renewable energy, there is endless opportunities to achieve successful career. With the industry still fairly new and GES only in their 9th year in the USA, their is still untapped potential for GES. As improvements are necessary in the growth of this company, GES proves to show promise as a successful competitor.
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Poor Management
Exhibitor Services Coordinator/Order Entry (Former Employee), Las Vegas, NVOctober 21, 2014
Pros: nothin
Cons: poor management
GES is poorly run. Turnover is great. Too much work for such little pay. Upper Management is not supportive of their staff.
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work over time and don't get paid
Designer (Current Employee), USAOctober 13, 2014
GES offers some really cool projects but there is no balance between work and life
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It is an interesting place to work.
FIELD SERVICES COORDINATOR (Current Employee), Las Vegas, NVSeptember 15, 2014
High stress with numerous different accounts working at the same time.
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Directors,Managers and Supervisors were very patient,helpful and awesome to work with.
Exhibitor Services Executive-Temporary Position (Former Employee), Las Vegas, NVAugust 17, 2014
I admire their training style. The leads that took the time to train were VERY patient, they have shown that if you train employees thoroughly and are patient to answer the same questions 100 times you will have success. Although you are trained and are given tools to prepare for the job at task, I have learned that on hands experience is not taught. On a typical day, I have learned how to multi task upon multi task, delegate, organized and ask for help at the same time. I have enjoyed my time at GES and have walked away with a better understanding on how customer service is very vital to any job.
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Great Company
Operations Manager (Current Employee), San Francisco, CAAugust 15, 2014
The company offers a ton of advancement and learning opportunity. The industry is exciting and ever changing!
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Productive Workplace
Sr. Financial Analyst (Former Employee), Las Vegas, NVJuly 30, 2014
GES is a great place to work. This place gave me multiple opportunities to advance along with great compensation and benefits. The management kept you on your toes which ended up making you a better employee. The demand of the job increased your knowledge every day, and there was never a dull day.
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Was the Largest Trade Show Contractor in Las Vegas
Field Service Coordinator (Former Employee), Las Vegas, NVJuly 13, 2014
Pros: good salary & benefits
Cons: insensitive company.
This is a good paying company, however, it's not a very humanitarian company. You're a number at GES rather than a person.
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productive
Sr. SharePoint Developer (Former Employee), Las Vegas, NVJuly 3, 2014
The approval process was consolidated with approval routing capabilities for the TCR’s and vendor updates by generating notifications to approvers and notifying appropriate personnel upon final approval.
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A learning experience
Labor Coordinator (Former Employee), Las Vegas, NVMay 18, 2014
This job was a temporary position for short bursts of time whenever large conventions were coming into the convention center and extra help was required. During this assignment I learned how to quickly prioritize according to demand, and learned even more about payroll correction and human resources paperwork. I didn't have much contact with management, but worked some very long hours with familiar faces that I was able to develop a routine with. The most difficult part of the job was the monotony of the data entry. However, I was challenged and quite enjoyed the variety of people and locations I experienced here.
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BAD management
Exhibitor Services Coordinator (Former Employee), Las Vegas, NVApril 28, 2014
Pros: co workers
Cons: call center management
IF they got rid of the management in the call center and start with a fresh slate, it would be a better place to work! The co-workers are great but need to be a butt kisser to work at showsite. A LOT OF FAVORITISM!
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Not a good place
Printer Processor (Former Employee), georgetown, kyApril 24, 2014
Too much micro-management and no chance for career advancement
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Proactive company but not a lot of room for advancement.
Administrative Assistant (Former Employee), Foxborough, MAApril 23, 2014
Pros: some employees with accepted to new employees, most worked by themselves.
Cons: office park was in a rural area, 15 minute drive for basic drive thru lunches.
This was a great company to work for but was very cliquey. Had a great number of people to work with but they did not accept new employees well. Management pretty well stayed in their offices & rarely came out unless for coffee or lunches. They celebrated holidays with massive lunches and everyone (including warehouse employees) celebrated together. Main Sr. VP told all employees how well company was doing and how much profit was made, which was nice for winter holidays,
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A good place to work
Assembly Technician (Former Employee), Salt Lake City, UTApril 2, 2014
set the booths, how to set up the booth, good people to work with
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good place
Operations Coordinator (Former Employee), Las Vegas NVMarch 11, 2014
the culture and people are fantastic, hours can be long right before or during an event.
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High stress work environment with unqualified management and no direction.
management (Former Employee), Teterboro, NJMarch 4, 2014
Pros: it was a job
Cons: everything from quality of life to working conditions
The worst company I have ever worked for. The senior management team was clueless as far as how to efficiently run a facility and manage their employees. The employees were nothing more then just a coq in the wheel. No respect for anyones personal needs.
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Learned many new things with a service provider company.
Field Service Manager/ Director/ VP of FSE (Current Employee), Japan, VietnamFebruary 18, 2014
Done many things with a start up company, good learn experience to build a team of good engineers and built a company from just 8 people to 220. Get to meet with many people, making new friends at work.
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Unfair, childish and abusive environment.
Frieght handler (Current Employee), West CoastDecember 20, 2013
Pros: good hourly pay
Cons: hours, abuse, head games, no loyalty and more.
Unprofessionally ran company that is only about the dollar with no regard for the employees, customers or customer service.
You have a time to start, but never even an estimate of how long you will be there, even if they already know.
Management has no backbone or professionalism. If people were being punished for something, they are the last to know if they ever even do know. They will just be assigned a more difficult job and if they ask if there was a problem, they are always told "No".
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Being host city to a many different industries' conventions was great!
Convention services/ Exhibits (Former Employee), Las Vegas, NVDecember 12, 2013
Pros: physical job in nature, ( icould eat eat steak every nite.)
Cons: sometimes the endurance level was trying after one week or more.
Knowledge of many aspects of how-to handling of equipment at show site was an on- the -job learning process. One of which came to us, by very proficient lead people. I found my overall experience to be quite rewarding. Job placement on a day in ,day out, basis was entirely up to managements' needs, also, "okay to proceed"status for that particular show. The hardest part of the job was the fluctuation in start times for a given workday. This to also include, job site location and parking was also sometimes an issue for deliberation on, again, that daily basis. Besides that, I found the spontaneity of various different jobs, selected by management, upon getting there for a day's work, an exhilarating form of employment. Never stressing to me ,due to, my versatility in skills related fields, and ,good nature in general. Okay..Okay! GES taught me so many different jobs, from booth carpet, to sign graphics, to exhibit 'systems' set-up. All of the while, using the utmost safety protocol, as, there were time constraints, all the while. I cherish the memories with that company, over the years. It is all about being a good Host City, from beginning to end of show!

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