Stone Sourcing Specialist (Current Employee) – Foshan, China – August 1, 2014
A normal day starts early checking the emails I receive in China from Mexico and USA, it is necessary to match prompt responses in different time zones.
The outsourcing office where I work in China now is mainly divided in a technical area and another administrative and commercial area, is a multidisciplinary work environment that allows me to access a global learning process of the business.
The management of teams in relation to my current job is related to leading groups of people within the supplier companies where a business relationship exists.
My colleagues in the China office is formed of a multicultural team of people from Mexico, China and Europe, which I believe helps to develop my interpersonal skills.
The most difficult part of my actual job position is certainly having my permanent residence in China.
The part I enjoy the most is the dynamic work, my activities require constant movement, business trips, meetings, field work and office activities also.
material handler (Former Employee) – Garland, TX – September 5, 2013
I tackled a variety of areas on the job , pulled orders for different vendors as well as customer orders , small sample orders for road shows shipping via ups / fed ex , freight orders also , co- workers were great , management was ok , most fun about the job I got to travel with the job to train people in different states for the opening of a new distribution center