Director of Member Services (Former Employee) – Ashburn, VA – June 24, 2014
Very flexible management style with plenty of encouragement to learn and use new graphics and publications skills. No room for advancement, Not much salary growth. Great people. Over all a fun place to work!
Face paced work place with cutting edge treatment plans
Internship (Former Employee) – Boulder, CO – April 18, 2017
On a typical day we would rotate through the same patients observing and monitoring their progress in response to therapy. We also created unique treatment plans for each patient making sure they were able to regain high levels of functioning once again.
Great environment, constantly learning new techniques
Many patients find themselves becoming depressed due to new impairments
Concierge (Former Employee) – Washington, DC – August 3, 2015
My usual work day consisted of attending to all resident needs and maintaining the organization and security of the building. I would answer and transfer calls to the management office as needed and help with emergencies at any given time. The managers were always kind and positive. They were supportive and understanding as well. Hardest part of my job was learning to manage several task at one time but I was able to attend to them all. I enjoyed helping and speaking with the residents the most.
Visit and learn the automobile production process. Learn to use some kinds of lathe. Working from morning to evening. I went entry the workshop and the engineer took me to watch the production process.
accessible space (Current Employee) – saint paul mn – December 15, 2014
i got to help others all day learn about different peoples life in what they go threw, i learn a lot from the clients hardest part of the job transferring clients from place to place but i enjoy spending time with them.
Cross-borders challenges among the countries of Asia.
Co-Chairman, Managing Director (Former Employee) – Residence Hong kong, Singapore, Jakarta, Austin – July 26, 2014
Stimulating, invigorating as we worked and invested in most of the countries in Asia. Different languages, cultures, races, religions to be melded harmoniously to achieve the goals of success of the investments and the development of the people involved. As management, I learned to be flexible, demanding, understanding, forceful, gracious, polite, determined. The hardest part of the job was to walk away from an extraordinary opportunity to avoid corruption. The most enjoyable part was overcoming all the problems of startup, staffing, implementing, overcoming all the inevitable problems and getting to success.