When I am working on an assignment with Leafstone, its been productive and fun.
Digital Archiving Assistant (Current Employee) – New York, NY – August 20, 2014
A typical day working on assignment has been working for Penguin Random House as a receptionist, clerical assistant in the Production Dept. and finally a Digital Archiving assistant which I enjoyed a lot. There weren't anything hard about the job duties, the only thing that was a little challenging when I was working as a Receptionist was looking busy when it was extremely slow. However, I managed.
Mail Clerk/Copy operator (Former Employee) – New York , NY – April 25, 2014
Receive orders, head to our stations and execute them. I've learned the ins and outs of the copy business Great management Nice co-workers Hardest part is not meeting a deadline The most enjoyable part is finishing on time
Administrative Assistant (Current Employee) – White Plains, NY – August 14, 2013
I have worked with this Agency for a little over 6 months the company seems stable organized and very thorough in all they do. I have been given the opportunity to work with a great company. Account reps are knowledgeable and friendly.
My assignment was to work at UBS Financial Services filling in for any of the 4 Executive Assistants - serving as a backup for their Managing Directors and always assisted them with any overflow of workload within the group.
The Managing Directors worked hard, but always had their "doors open" for anyone if they had questions or situations that needed to be cleared up. The Executive Assistants (4) and the staff were very helpful and down-to-earth.
At the time I was there, it was very busy and the group, even the EA's, came to me with assignments, ordering supplies, schedule conference rooms or questions that needed answers on their expenses. I had to prioritize what had to be done and completed it.
As busy as it was, the group took the time, at least once a month, to celebrate a birthday, a baby or bridal shower, or luncheon. That's when everyone would mingle with one another within the group for at least an hour then it was back to work again.
Office Assistant (Current Employee) – New Jersey – July 22, 2013
I started in most offices at 8am I had a list that ranks tasks in priority to complete with a time scale this added to act as motivation working in different property manager’s office with each one running their office different. The first thing I did in all the offices was to listen to the phone messages left from the property owners, this so that I could respond to any emergencies as soon as possible. I worked in the different offices by myself; I learned new software that the property agencies use, the most difficult part of the job was having to tell some owners that some of the fixes they needed wasn’t covered under their contract. The most enjoyable thing was being able to meet so many different people that came into the office each day.
being able to work for differernt property managers
had to each lunch at my desk in some of the offices
Data Entry Operator (Former Employee) – Newark, NJ – February 20, 2013
The hardest part of the job was working sometimes from 12 midnight to the next day. We really didn't have a set schedule to leave because deadline had to be met every day sometimes we stayed working a 16 hour shift. But I met the most amazing people there all different cultures working at Federal Express for Leafstone Agency.
Temp (Former Employee) – Manhattan, NY – February 2, 2013
Working for leafstone was ok, they always have work, As long as you don't mind standing for anywhere from four to ten hours. Their pay rate is anywhere from 8.25 to 17 per hour. Not the best pay but a good start.