Administrative Assistant (Former Employee), Bingham Farms, MI – January 14, 2014
This was by far the best job. The people were lovely and fun. They genuinely cared for you and wanted you to do your best. I learned a lot about the human factor and honestly some things I didn't because a lot of walk ins came in fearing for their life. But it was a great learning experience and development for myself.
Development Services Associate (Former Employee), Pontiac, MI – August 8, 2013
Pros: great benefits.
HAVEN is a well known not-for-profit organization that gives sincere help and understanding to those who suffer from domestic violence. Employees at this organization were treated like family, a cozy environment. One especially rewarding part of this job was helping to organize small and large fund-raising events, one as such is the Promenade of Hope, – more... a typically large-scale black tie event that is well-known in the Metro Detroit area. – less
serious but fun job working with children and trying to help them through a difficult time
Youth Care worker (Former Employee), Boca Raton, FL – June 22, 2013
supervise children in making sure they got to school, dr's and dental appoints. Learned how mentally strong some children can be and also how sad others situation was. Great co-workers, enjoyed seeing the kids who turned 18 go on to college or jobs.
Intern (Former Employee), Valdosta, GA – April 30, 2012
I enjoyed interning here and I enjoyed working with the ladies and doing counseling sessions with them. I wish I could have worked there but there were no positions available at the end of my internship.
Sports and Leisure Team Member (Former Employee), mablethorpe – December 4, 2013
Pros: i was outside during the summer months
Cons: i was outside during the colder months
I developed alot of confidece working at haven as I was mainly on my own, so I had to deal with any problems myself. The hardest part of the job would be if a customer was in a bad mood and seemed to be a bit hostile. But I always managed to calm the stuation down. The most enjoyable part of the job were my co-workers, although we all had a bit of a – more... laugh and a joke, tasks were completed quickly, efficiently and in a professional manner. – less
berwick holiday center (Current Employee), Berwick-Upon-Tweed, ENG – July 11, 2013
a day starts like everything else open pool go to first position and i am on a 20 min rotation for the whole day, unless something happens and then my day changes,. Everyday is different, new challenges and situations that pit the team to their most challenging to work as a solid team. the most enjoyable part of the job is got to be saving lives, that – more... feeling you get when you get someone out the water fast and secure preventing the need for cpr or anything worse and the family is so pleased and grateful you were there and the child is safe. you get a little glow a self conscious that you have saved someone from drowning or worse and they are safe and sound. – less
Bar/ Waiting staff (Former Employee), Mash and Barrel – November 7, 2012
Pros: there is room for progression, the company is nationwide
Cons: haven (bourne leisure) is a lifestyle and you forfiet a social life in peak season
Haven has been the best place i have ever worked. I worked at the Mash and Barrel as a bar maid and waitress and i loved every day i worked there. The most enjoyable part of the job is the face to face customer interaction, making bonds with holiday makers and encouraging them to return. The hardest part of the job is behind the sceen, making the restaurant – more... work and flow. – less