General Manager (Former Employee), Phoenix, AZ – December 12, 2013
Managed sales team while running day to day operation. Supervised and negotiated all contracts. Handled all Workers Compensation and State Unemployment Tax Authority audits. Negotiated rates with health insurance carriers. Responsible for developing all leads and directed accounting, staffing, and payroll departments.
I learned the payroll business – more... inside and out.
I was brought into manage the operation and I achieved real success.
My staff was wonderful to work with. I ran it like a family. We had single mothers whom needed time off for various reasons and I was quite flexible with the hours if the work was being completed.
The hardest part of the job was managing accounts receivable.
Getting new business was the most enjoyable part of the job. – less
Wax prep/Machine operator (Former Employee), New Britain, CT – April 4, 2013
Pros: you got 3 floating holidays to use a side from regular holidays
Cons: health care was mediocre and employee appreciation was lacking
Some days were lax other days were frustrating. I learn how to operate high lifts, data entry, and how to organize a warehouse. the management was poor do to the fact that they waited last minute to inform us of work situations. Like incoming and outgoing materials and products. I associated with many and some I sometimes meet from time to time. Trying – more... to make sure that the products that were ready to ship didn't get buried with all the other products and materials we had to store. Meeting knew people whether they were part of the company or not and hearing there stories about employment history. – less
Co-Created account specific material, advertising displays, aisle and shelf talkers, including literature, co-op marketing, promotional activities with couponing private label product lines for world’s largest big box Do-It-Yourself retailer.