Scheduling Coordinator (Current Employee) – Lewes, DE – March 31, 2017
a typical day is being on computer 10 hours / taking phone calls and scheduling shifts for clients/ handling problems that occur w/ caregivers on shift/ or clients issues/ dealing w/ them myself or directing them to the right person. I enjoyed the people i worked with at the company very much. Hardest part was not getting break for 10 hours... management changed alot and could have been better.
Assistant Manager (Former Employee) – Buhl, ID – June 16, 2017
The company has since closed its doors for good. It was good experience for me. I was in charge of atleast 5 other employees each day. Some days were more challenging than others. I acquired 12 years of customer experience and cash handling.
Customer Service (Former Employee) – Allentown, PA – January 23, 2017
This was my first job as a teenager. I was trained on register. The typical day at work was mostly providing customer service by ringing up customer's foods and products. I also fronted shelves and put away returns when needed. Management/supervisors were very helpful when I needed help.
BOOKKEEPER AND CASHIER (Former Employee) – Hoboken, NJ – August 31, 2016
Made sure all customers and employees were happy and that all of the front end employees were doing what had to be done appropriately by organizing tasks for them to complete before they left and assessing to make sure they were appropriately completed.
frying, cleaning, cashier and front line was all i had to do while working at kings island.i had to wash dishes collect food trays and prep and disturb food for consumers while keeping the work place fresh and clean
RETAIL STORE ASSOCIATE (Current Employee) – Upper Montclair, NJ – January 18, 2016
I work in Dairy Department so my day would start with checking milk, juice, eggs and varies other dairy product. Make sure the dates on the product are good and not expired. Receive delivers from our trucks and check the load in count it. Stamp the dairy bill after everything is good and begin to pack out supplies.
multi-tasking workplacwhere customer service comes first
MANAGER/DIRECTOR, Suspension (Former Employee) – Trinidad and Tobago West Indies – August 9, 2015
A typical day at work included opening the garage and managing a team of 11 employees. Our jobs was to please the customer with fast and reliable service. I have learned that satisfying your customer is number one objective in a successful business. I was the lead manager in the workplace which helped me discover my inner core of helping and satisfying people. This along with my financial background made me an asset to the company. I enjoy helping and servicing people and got paid fairly well doing my job. My employment ended because I had to relocate back to Florida due to my eldest daughter whom will be attending college.
a very different work atmosphere, each day had to learn to adapt to something new
Server (Former Employee) – Orlando, FL – July 21, 2015
Kings was not your typical work environment from the constant flow of celebrity traffic and a not so typical establishment. I did enjoy my time there and i was able to work on my networking skills while employed there.
Bartender (Former Employee) – Raleigh, NC – April 8, 2015
I enjoyed working for kings because there was certainly a lot to do each day, they however didn't have the clientele base or promotional opportunities i desired so i am seeking employment elsewhere, bar tending is my passion and i want to be the best i possibly can in my field and im seeking a company that can help me with that
Corporate environment so very structured
Newer company so not very good money and not many promotional opportunity's
Bartender (Current Employee) – Raleigh, NC – December 22, 2014
Corporate run which comes with comes with some good and some bad they have common sense policies in house like the staff cannot drink their when there off work. The management does little to support there grunt employees...they are more focused on mostly meaningless pre-meal meetings that cooperate wants done This does not help the ones actually interacting with customers do their jobs effectively. I cant even get change if a guest ask me to break a 20 without getting a manager involved. Changing shifts between AM and PM staff is always a cluster as there is never an assigned manager to do it ( simply assigning a manager to make this happens would ensure less chaos in a busy restraint). In general their management team is very good at interacting with guest they really do have a lot of industry experience and knowledge that have made me a better bartender...just seems that the "corperate stuff" drags down the managers and the employees as a whole with time-wasting things instead of guest service.... Kings wants to suggestively sell...that really is a great theory....if I like it I will sell it no problem!! however when I actually don't like something I am not going to attempt to sell it to the guest...if they ask me if its good I/m going to answer them honestly...this goes a long way when people have the impression that you are honest with them..it will make a guest come back and become a regular.
providing Employee Meals
Management doesnt focus on employ relation systems to make job more effective