Member (Former Employee) – Columbus, OH – September 18, 2017
I helped get this place started and then after all my help for little payment, I'm asked to come work at the shop full time. Yeah, couldn't pay me before and nothing they could offer would be enough to have to sit and watch animals wither away to nothing.
Irrigation Technician and Installer (Current Employee) – Foreston, MN – December 19, 2016
Great people to work for! No benefits like, PTO, health or dental or retirement. No winter work means you're laid off. Lots of landscaping is taxing on the body but comes with a great sense of accomplishment when the final product is shown.
My typical day is counting money, scheduling, placing food orders and entering invoices. Entering inventory in the system. I have learned to deal with different types of personalities. I also have learned to listen and speak to my co workers. The hardest part of the job is when you have to try to be in 2 places at once. The best part of my job is meeting new people everyday and being able to have a customer leave with a smile on their face.
Leasing Agent (Current Employee) – frontdesk – August 29, 2016
I am the first person tenants and visitors see. I am always upbeat giving services with a smile. I am always multi-tasking from the phones to the file room and posting water payments. I am the person who takes the application, shows the potential tenant the model unit. I really enjoy talking with people during the application process. One thing I don't like is getting in paperwork after the application has been taken.
CNA - Certified Nursing Assistant (Former Employee) – 500 Asbury St Evanston, IL 60202 – April 4, 2016
This was my first experience as a CNA other from being in home health care. It was a learning experience I'd never forget. I love working with the elderly and tend to get attach real easily. I loved the fact that I learned how to use all the lifting equipment, and doing ROMs on patients. Conversing with the patients and assist with their ADLs. I love what I do as a CNA.
Cahier/Customer Service (Former Employee) – Salt Lake City, UT – February 5, 2016
Working at the SLC Airport was a great experience overall. i had to work with alot of people and i got to meet people all around the world. i learned to communicate well with others and got very comfortable and good working with and counting money, Also how to make all kinds of hot and cold drinks. My co-workers were pleasent but always looked up to me and always asked me questionss since i got to now the job well and quick. It was hard to get to the airport since it was always so busy, and parking wasnt any fun. But on the other hand i met many airport workers and had a great experince there.
Assembler (Former Employee) – Shady Grove, PA – December 29, 2015
loved working here, had interesting characters, management was awesome, typical work day was not full of stress you was left alone to do your work co workers was pretty cool. pay was great and benefits was great.
Definitely a great work place and opportunity to learn.
Supervisor (Former Employee) – Newark, NJ – September 10, 2015
Due to the high volume of customers, learning the job quickly was mandatory but fun. Everyone helped out and worked together as a team. The support for one another was always at high level on each shift. For any job I believe customer service is extremely important, due to this belief it showed in my work ethic. Management put me in charge of the customer service field which made my job much more enjoyable.
Free drink and food, meeting new people everyday, learning new things on each shift
delay flights due to inclimate weather, short breaks, very small office
I had the opportunity to work within various areas at Grove.
Manufacturing Engineering Assistant (Former Employee) – Shady Grove, PA – April 22, 2015
I always had many interactions with various levels within the company. I would also provide assistance with issues and tasks. During my management years I have learned to guide, train, and provide crucial information to employees as needed. I have always provided a positive attitude with co-workers. The most challenging areas would be not knowing information that was requested, at that point, I would do research until I could provide answers. I enjoyed communicating with employees and outside resources.
Assembly Line Production Worker (Former Employee) – Greencastle, PA – February 4, 2015
This was a good company with good benefits. My job was to build axels. A crane was used to move pieces as needed. I learned to use the computer to pull blueprints for directions. If parts were not available management would help to get them. Most co workers were easy to work with and easy to talk to. One of the most difficult parts of the job were scraping epoxy off of the metal and carring the steering cylinders to be put on the axels. They are akward ad heavy. I liked the job most when I could see the finished axel.