Sales (Current Employee) – Orange County, CA – May 15, 2017
Absolute great firm. This was a great educational platform. management was amazing. Culture was on par with Tech companies. Company is very focused and not a lot of room for advancement or growth, It was a great experiance.
I am looking for a challenging sales environment that allows for development & unlimited earning potential and room for advancement. I am looking for a for a culture that fosters a results driven environment with attainable expectations.
Administrative Assistant- Receptionist (Current Employee) – Pacoima, CA – July 18, 2016
Directv now ATT is a fun place to work i arrive say good morning to all technicians. Then walk towards my desk followed by checking my emails going over any payroll close payroll every Monday. Run daily reports answer phone calls set up meetings if new hires set up i-9s health benefits set up have conference calls answer all techs questions manage office.
Care taker (Former Employee) – Madera, CA – May 25, 2016
A typical day at work; getting up in the morning administering medication. cooking breakfast, serving breakfast, giving more medication, 10:15 administering more medication, start lunch serving lunch after lunch is eaten giving more medication. 4:30 give medication start dinner serving dinner after diner is eaten given more medication. 8:30 give more medication give snack. 10:30 give more medication get ready for bed 11:15 asleep. what I learned; How to administer medication all sorts like insulin, how to take blood pressure, how to administer Peritoneal Dialysis. I also made doctors appointments and also drove patient to doctors appointments. Management IHSS would check in once a month. Co-workers I had none. The hardest part of job; Watching my mom deteriorate and die. the most enjoyable part of the job; spending time with my mom on her last days.
Sales liner, Line Manager, Sales (Current Employee) – Bali, Indonesia – March 12, 2016
Responsible for supervision and implementation of all aspects of guest/buyer process from meet and greet through to and including button up. I have learnt that the sales process is not highly regarded in this particular setting. Results are demanded on the back of inadequate resources and there is a distinct lack of support from executive board management.
The hardest part of my present position is overcoming clients past experience of the company's performance from a customer relations standpoint.
Productive and fun work place with resident and co-workers
Private Duty Nurse Aid (Former Employee) – Harper Woods, MI – April 21, 2014
Great resident 99 years old. The resident lived at her home and had great stories and taught me a lot about life. She has passed away April 3, 2014.. I miss her so much. I was in charge of her medications, light house keeping, laundry, bathing, teeth cleaning, meals and helping her walk with walker, we said the rosary daily.
Caregiver (Former Employee) – Baldwin Park, CA – December 23, 2013
I would go and change Julian. See if he wanted a snack. We would go out for a walk around the block. I would clean and then make dinner. See if Julian wanted to stand at times and walk with his walker. Then it was time to take Julian to the restroom and get him ready for bed. I worked alone. I enjoyed the company when he was being good. When we would go out for our walks.The hardest part is when he did not want to be changed. Or he wanted to be changed, but yet wanted to save the wet diaper. He would say it would dry. As well as, he didn't want to wash his hands at times or brush his teeth. He did it, but got mad. I learned how to check his sugar, how to lift an elderly person correctly, how to put a catheter on, how to lower his sugar when high, and what he liked to eat.
Chef (Current Employee) – Olivehurst, CA – April 19, 2012
Go to Elderly people's home learn their dietary restrictions and budget. Go Shopping for their food needs. Plan a Menu, either prep or parcook balanced meals and portion them out. Put food in freezer or refrigerator depending on how in advance they are. Maintain the kitchen. Instruct family, client, or nurse on the final cooking process. In some cases deactivate cooking appliances so dimentia clients can't burn the house down. You work independently and get paid by the client. You get to help the elderly out when its no longer safe for them to cook for themselves. You also get to be creative and make dietary restricted food tast good. Hours are flexible but not continuous.
you get to be creative, you help elderly stay at home. be your own boss
client dies so does your job, no hours, alot of driving, you take out own taxes.