Henderson is a great place to work at. With its wide range of cultures, it is an enjoyable experience to be apart of. The workplace is fast paced which keeps you on your toes and the people here are very friendly and keeps your day going.
City Environmental Hygienist (Current Employee) – Henderson, CO – August 3, 2017
City of Henderson has perfect job openings to personnel of higher education. For blue collar works, it can be rough to find a job that can provide for your family. Perfect place for younger personnel looking to expand their job options.
I enjoyed working with the residents and making sure that their meals were serve in a timely fashion. The company has a lot of advancement opportunities. The other employees were hard workers and has a lot of care and concern for the residents
Administrative Assistant/Receptionist (Former Employee) – El Paso, TX – November 9, 2015
Started by arriving and checking mail, as well as faxes or emails. Making coffee for everyone. Processed returns that were ready to be processed. Answered telephones, and did other duties assigned by my supervisor or my boss.
First you clock in, then you have a 30 min staff meeting. After getting your job assignment, and your location then you and your group head to your destination. The groups consist of about 5-6 people with one manager to make sure things run smoothly.
Puller (Former Employee) – Salt Lake City – April 28, 2015
It was a good place to work, a typical day was busy and a tad chaotic which I actually enjoyed. I learned to pull, ship, find orders with the work system, axle checks, and I learned how to dispatch which was one of my favorite parts of the job.
Management for the most part was good, my boss was great, he taught me everything I know, he was fun, and I knew that if I was having a problem in the workplace I could talk to him. Most of my co-workers were really nice and fun, I enjoyed working with them.
The hardest part of the job was the axle checks. The only reason for that was because of how heavy they are and I could either try to lift them on my own but if I could not I would have to scour the place to find a coworker to assist me. The most enjoyable part of the job was dispatching, mainly because I enjoyed the constant challenges that came along with it. I learned to be a leader by taking on that particular challenge an learned a lot, that was my favorite work experience.
If I asked I could take a longer lunch if I needed to.
Site Coordinator (Former Employee) – Henderson KY – April 27, 2015
I managed all employee files, I entered all employee evaluations into a live web data base. I conducted week tours, I did payroll when my manager was on vacation. I monitored and tracked employee PTO and attendance points.
Flexible Work Schedule as far as time management
Part Time Hours, Communication Issues within the company
For the most part I enjoyed learning how the trucking industry worked. The co-workers were very helpful and easy to talk to. There was a kitchen which made breakfast and lunch more convenient. I would work there again if I moved back.
Typical workplace in todays market. Everyone would rather screw you than help the bottom line so they could keep their own position. No chance for advancement. No job security. If your not one of the boys, good luck. The only place I have ever been at that I have been discriminated against for doing a good job.
Internship (Former Employee) – Chattanooga, TN – September 20, 2013
I was an intern for this firm. I prepared tax workpapers for the tax accountants and scanned them into the database.
I learned a lot about the different tax papers involved in the tax accounting process.
Management was great. They took an interest in what their employees did and weren't afraid to socialize with them. That being said, I felt like the employees themselves had formed themselves into groups. The accountants generally stayed away from those in processing and, from what I saw, from anybody who wasn't in their group. Other than that, people were generally nice to each other and were definitely hard-working.
Regarding the actual work I did, the vast majority of my time was spent sifting through tax workpapers and scanning documents into the database. I wish I could have seen what was being done with the information I was collating. However, I assume it was good for me to at least be exposed to the different tax documents.
The most enjoyable part of the job was getting to know the people that I worked with. They were all very nice people and didn't look down on me for being an intern. I only wish that I had had more opportunities to get to know other people/accountants in the firm.