I enjoyed working on IMC/MS had the chance to learn and gain great work management skills. The ability to learn and keep the knowledge of medication in memory. The ability to multi task and care for patient holistic
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Indianapolis, IN – January 6, 2016
A typical day of work would be calling customers both inbound and outbound to refinance there mortgage. Also entering personal information into computer and pulling there credit report. The most enjoyable part of the job was knowing that I played an important role with the customer in decision making. Also knowing that I was helping the customer made me feel appreciated and that I was doing my job. The hardest part of the job would be the 12 hour shifts.
A great place to work, Every person had a job to do and we did it as a team. Every dept. was on the same page and had the same goal.
Master Scheduler/Inventory Control Manager (Former Employee) – Foothill Ranch, CA – December 16, 2015
IMC was such a wonderful company to work for, The atmosphere on a regular basis was that EVERY job and Every person was important to the quality of the product. Management was always looking for that next employee of the month who went above and beyond their duties and would acknowledge your hard work openly with all employees. The co-workers were all very intelligent and willing to help other departments when needed. The hardest part of the job was having new products phased in and obsolete products phasing out. The most enjoyable part of the job was knowing that we all were working together as a team to meet our customer requirements. Everyone worked very hard from the president down to the manufacturing area to keep our customers satisfied, It was a great feeling. .
We received bonuses when things were good, We also had great employee benifits.
We ran a very tight ship, so if a person took an unplanned day off, it could potentioally slow things down.
Concession Attendant I (Former Employee) – San Juan, PR – July 5, 2015
In a typical day of work we always had lots of customers. I learned how to manage different types of customers, how to treat them so they can be satisfied with the service. My co-workers and I always had a good team job and enjoyed working together. The hardest thing in the job is that sometimes there was not enough co-workers to do the entire job for to many customers.
Warehouse Worker (Former Employee) – Jericho, NY – May 21, 2015
The days always started off the same, I knew my assignment when i walked in the door and it was hard at first but as time continued my daily task became easier, my co- workers always supported me and helped me whenever i needed the help, there was never any real hard part of the day once i got used to it. Great work envionment..
Warehouseman/ order puller (Former Employee) – Canoga Park, CA – February 17, 2015
pulling auto parts from the warehouse based on the need of the day. I learned time constraints and job quality. Management was supportive and resourceful. my coworkers were all team players. The hardest part of the job was having to relocate.
Accounts Receivable Customer Satisfaction (Current Employee) – Canoga Park, CA – November 9, 2014
I fell in love with IMC the first day i started, however after working 60 miles away from home its time for a change...my typical day is making deposits of COD batches for 6 of 17 branches, applying the deposit, research of missing money from the routes or past due money found on the aging. i learned a new computer software system SAP and have become proficient. love all my co-workers!!
Inventory Associate and Assistant (Current Employee) – Syosset, NY – October 1, 2014
Good people to work for. Starting my day off cycle counting, after I was done I would pull orders. When the drivers came in I would give them the route they needed for the day. Making sure all the orders go out on time. My co-workers were always helpful when it started to become busy. The hardest part of the day was getting the shipping orders ready before UPS and Fed-Ex were there to pick up the shipping.
Head of Business and Communication (Former Employee) – Doha, DAW – June 22, 2014
During my six years of experience as a Communication Manager, I had the opportunity to work with various clients and explore different fields. Handling clients with big budgets has taught me to multi task, work within a team, be detailed-oriented and has enhanced my presentation skills.
I look forward to using my skills in the best possible way for achieving the company’s goal.
The enviroment was absolutely Pro-client oriented. I loved it!
Senior Sales Executive/ Managing Director (Current Employee) – New York, NY – May 16, 2014
In a typical workday:
Mornings I resolved client support issues. Typically, I would engage tech support resources from outside the company, Blooomberg, Reuters, Pershing, Dell, IBM, Cisco Systems, etc. Mornings involved pure problem solving with a high-touch client orientation.
Afternoons were typically spent talking to and meeting new prospective clients; either by video conference or face-to-face visits with clients in different parts of Latin America.
Evenings were spent managing existing clients relationships. Sometime this meant engaging in brain storming sessions with clients about future growth ... at other times, this meant attending a Charity Event hosted by my client's favorite charity. IMC's high-touch client focus implied on thing as central to the company's ethos: We work together, we live together.
Who focuses on the contra positive? It's usually pointless.