HRM (Former Employee) – N Charleston, SC – January 29, 2016
There is a lot to learn on your own. Management is there to offer support but is very supportive. If you are new, you may have to research a few resources to find the answer, which can be time-consuming. It's a great feeling to know you put forth your best effort to help other employees.
Accounts Creation Unit Coordinator (Former Employee) – City of Sunrise, FL – September 16, 2015
The Company had a system that put a lot of pressure to increase the production of data entry staffing members, verifiers and coders. If increased the quantity, the quality decreased. The meetings to learn the system were not exactly fruitful, for instance, the manager called the data entry(unit coordinators) several times during the work hours which caused impact in the volume of work done. The data entry or coordinators should have the chance to be trained as verifiers in the phone, there was no chance to advance in the career except if recommended by one manager. Anyway, it was a great experience, I really enjoyed working in that Company and would come back if I had a chance.
benefits, cleaning, work environment, very comfortable chairs, a great place to work.
the system of productivity and a few chances to advance which depended on entirely of the manager.
A steady workplace where each employee is notice for their work.
RECEPTIONIST (Former Employee) – Mobile, AL – June 29, 2012
A typical day I have had which was a day in which everything was really slow, it was a lot of mixed emotions in the work area.
From my experience of work, I have learn that you will never stop learning, there's always something you will not know and myself personally think that is a good thing, because you can never learn enough, it only give you more work knowledge and experience.
The management was great, we all got along as if we were a big family. There was never a problem that he/she couldn't resolve.
I can't really pin point an hard part of an job. A job is something I will always cherish and as far as work, if your trained the right way, there is no hard part.
The most enjoyable part of my job is actually just being able to come to work everyday and knowing that I successfully completed my duty for that day and being able to return the following days for more work.
Consulting Field Engineer/Service Technician (Former Employee) – Yokosuka Naval Base , Yokosuka Japan – December 19, 2013
I learned a lot about our external and internal customers. Typically, Lead electrician, started most work days at 0700 AM visiting Forward deployed ships in the Pacific, assessing job request, making recommendations, troubleshooting and conducting repairs; plus installations. Occassionally, Managed and instructed cableway improvement classes for shipboard and company personnel. Most enjoyable part meeting and helping customers(internal and external) Hardest part getting repair material on time
Santa Fe Cattle company (Former Employee) – Bossier City, LA – February 17, 2015
A customer wasnt satisfied, so i apoligized for the wrong order, reordered her food and served her with the best customer satisfaction possible. After customer was pleased i then had my manager check on them again and it was like nothing ever happened! They left happy and returned.
On-Site Technician (Current Employee) – Mobile, AL – August 20, 2013
I do not clock in or out. I have a job that needs to be done and I go in and make sure everything is completed that needs to be completed. I have a Manager that I check-in with on a bi weekly basis. I have no co-workers that i see on a daily basis, the closest one to me is over 45 miles away. The Hardest part of my job is there is little or no room for advancement. The most enjoyable part is creating my own schedule.
Machine Operator,Maintenance Engineering (Former Employee) – Harbor City, CA – July 16, 2014
On time... Take orders from supervisors (look @ work orders)... Follow safety procedures.... Exceed expectations... A sequence of test (must all pass qa test) Team worker... Problem solver... Kind and helpful to the elders.... Think ahead... Stay focused .. And do what it takes.. To make the quality and product to its finest... That way my boss and client are both happy and nobody loses.
i work for my family. seeing them happy, makes me feel beyond great
Quill and Quilt- Houskeeping $13/hr (Current Employee) – unknown – January 6, 2015
I love working at the bed and breakfast, they are flexible, treat me fairly, and pay fairly. When I am done cleaning a messy room, it's a rewarding feeling knowing that the next guest(s) will have clean and relaxing stay.