Bartender (Current Employee) – Johannesburg, CA – March 24, 2017
No benefits when you're a junior, the salary is so pathetic. You get short salary every month, I'm tired of this company. They are very good at exploiting people and very bad at giving them a fair salary
FNB Supervosor (Former Employee) – Silver Star Casino – April 20, 2015
Start with staff meeting when working day shift. Check cleanliness off the restaurant and kitchen. Encure sufficient stock available to run the entire shift. Order stock for the next shift. Liase with customers constantly. Ensure that staff are at work on time.
I am a people person so i enjoyed interacting with customers and staff.
Overall for a Corporate Co is okay to work for, just be ready to work!!!
Coder II (Current Employee) – Nashville, TN – January 31, 2013
When you start work you have to hit the ground running and that is how it is all day to make productivity and sometimes you wont. Productivity is 90% in order to keep your job. Unless you know someone, no connecting with employees at all. Managers are somewhat knowledgeable, Working from home is only plus.
Productive organization with many competing tasks and responsibilities.
First Sergeant (Current Employee) – Fort Hood, TX – May 11, 2012
Normal working day encompasses the operations of an organization with more than 450 personnel responsible for more than 15 special staff agencies serving more than 50,000 Soldiers and family members. Personnel management and effective communication are key to effective operations at this level. It is sometimes a difficult task to incorporate last minute changes in response to higher directives. the most enjoyable part of the organization is being able to mentor and observe subordinate leaders(managers) and watch their potential and responsibilitycontinue to grow and mature.
leadership training, teamwork, morale
long hours, ever-changing directives at a moments notice
In the beginning my job was more enjoyable and then it became more focused on paperwork and psycho eductional instead of counsling
Alcohol and Drug Counselor (Former Employee) – Yankton, SD – May 2, 2012
We had staffing to find out about our patients from the evening and into the next morning.'\
I learned to work as a team My co-workers were alright. Getting all the paper work done.
The most emjoyable part of the day was one to one counseling or giving lectures to interested patients. It was rewarding to patients to have the "ah huh" experience of comprehending a concept and be willing to change their behavior. The other rewarding part was receiving letters from ex patients who told me they were stil sober and how much they appreciated my help in living the life that brought more fruitful results.