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Excellent and Productive place to work
Senior Staff /Tax Accountant (Former Employee), Tampa, FLJanuary 26, 2014
Pros: management is relaxed
Cons: you carry the bulk of the insurance cost.
There is never a dull day here. The responsibilities are great and the reward are even greater. Bonuses, trophies, parties are given in celebration of job well done. Friendly and peaceful environment. I love working for this company.
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OFFICE ADMINISTRATOR (Former Employee), Melbourne, Fl.July 22, 2013
I enjoyed working for this company. I was the only female and we all worked well together and well respected among my co-workers and customers. Because I was the first voice you heard when calling the company or the first or second go to person for complaints and or with issues, I had to be able to learn about the materials so I asked questions, helped – more... as much as I could with hands on customer service. I learned to drive the fork lift and made happy customers. Hardest part of the job, was keeping the guys ( my co-workers) to keep their bathroom clean...=) – less
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Fun Company, poorly managed, lots of safety risk
Striker (Former Employee), Littleton, COMay 2, 2013
Pros: fun work, good people, great exercise, lots of ot in the busy season
Cons: months with less than $100 paychecks through the winter, poor management, high risk to life and limb, poor compensation, no raises
Although I enjoyed this job, it's extremely dangerous and the compensation for the level of danger is not enough in my opinion. It is by far the hardest job I have ever done. They ask things they shouldn't of their employees. Lots of safety requirements but pressure to work faster then possible all the time. If you skip a safety procedure you'll be – more... fired. Unrealistic expectations in the snow, like loading roofs. Traversing a snow covered roof is quite the unwelcome thrill. Especially with a 90lb bundle of shingles. – less