Editor in Chief (Former Employee), Bellingham, WA – May 8, 2013
I ran the college newspaper as the executive decision maker and chief editor. This involved finding and assigning important news, features, entertainment and events for stories of interest to the campus community. My colleagues were wonderful and it was truly a team environment where everyone pushed each other to excel and be at their best. I loved – more... being such a prominent and active member of the college community, including attending many club meetings and special events, as well as meeting countless faculty members and exceptional students. I learned a great deal about management and delegation and professionalism. – less
caretaker (Former Employee), chicago,il – September 3, 2012
Pros: health plan
Cons: the program has 4 office that are over 20 miles apart. they wanted the works to drive daily.
for patients that where part of the program horizon after their treatment they come to meeting to see if it's anything we can do to better than within the program. the co workers was very helpfull. the most enjoyable part of the day, were when we seen the pictures of them in the 1930's and hearing their stories.
savannah, GA (Former Employee), jockey driver - clamp driver – November 4, 2011
Cons: short breaks, no raises .
Would not recommend working for this company. Management seems to be lost when it comes to taking care of the employees, such as paper work, payroll, and complaints about harassments and discrimination.
A good company to work for. but undergoing some serious changes.
International Business Deelopment Manager (Former Employee), UK – April 28, 2013
Pros: car allowance
Cons: did not work out as expected.due to redundancy
All members of staff and management were great to work with. Although I did not receive as much support from senior management as expected, the position was a great opportunity. Which ultimately I succeeded in. But time and 3i make decisions.