Supervisor Housing (Former Employee), Baghdad – March 19, 2013
Pros: company policys
Working 84 hrs weekly and 7 days a week with these professional companys for 6 years until the Military draw down in Nov/Dec 2011 I learned the importance of Patience working together as a Team in close quarters and setting an example for Leadership and responsibility. The Hardest part of the job ? The attacks which came unexspectedly. The most enjoyable – more... part of the job was Working beside the military to fulfill their needs and receiving respect from the military,fellow employees and management staff. – less
Bodily Injury Claim Specialist (Former Employee), CO – November 11, 2014
Plan and conduct investigations which included collecting and evaluating documentation and securing evidence to analyze coverage, determine liability, compensability, and extent of damages. Evaluate claim for potential fraud. Assess actual damages associated with claims and conduct negotiations to settle claims.
Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) (Former Employee), Amsterdam, NY – November 4, 2014
Pros: job security
Cons: low pay and high work load
I will never go back and work in a nursing home again. No just this one buy any of them. The government has cut so much Medicare and Medicaid reimbursements that the staff are forced to work long hours and never get the pay that they deserve. NLH/nursing home is one of the Nursing Homes that have so much overtime that people plan to stay ahead of time. – more... CNA's can not do their jobs the LPN's are expected to pick up the slack. I don't want to work there or live there. – less
Office Manager (Current Employee), El Paso, TX – May 15, 2014
Helping others learn more, being a manager is a rough but amazing job, managers are somewhat helpful, my employees are great and co-workers very helpful, having to charge someone and them still having to pay, helping others.
Windsor House, Inc. at Liberty Health Care Center showed/rewarded loyalty to the company.
Concierge, STNA (Former Employee), Liberty, Ohio – April 7, 2014
Pros: immediate gratification of making people comfortable and wanted.
Cons: the amount of energy needed to care for multiple residents
As the Concierge daily tasks included reviewing admission paperwork with new residents/families, assisting Medical Records, Admissions, Social Services, Administrator as needed, sorting/filing/logging/gathering various information/paperwork, offering hospitality to residents/guests. As an STNA working mostly midnight shift rounds were done every two – more... hours, basic/total care provided to residents within scope of practice, followed directions of nurses, assisted residents with ADL's.
I learned how to communicate with people from various backgrounds and life experiences, learned how to organize tasks of importance, also, how to cooperate with others.
Management of the nursing home was efficient, helpful, made ability to maintain credentialing easy with proper trainings, upheld policies/procedures.
Most coworkers were helpful in sharing needed information regarding resident changes/health needs and status, working together to ensure proper care of residents.
The most difficult part of this job was losing residents to death, seeing them suffer from various illnesses, watching families deal with decline of loved ones, encouraging residents to accept needed care, and the amount of work to be done was overwhelming if there were call offs.
The best part of my workday was making residents/families feel welcome and safe, and knowing that a smile, hug or listening could turn around someone's day. – less
bakery (Former Employee), Lynchburg VA – February 13, 2014
Pros: free lunch and drink
Cons: short breaks because we was so busy
I went in with no skill's walk'd out with alot of skills I learned how to bake alot of sweets and other foods and how other stations work didn't make it to be a manger but i was an employee and meet alot of co workers the hardest part was working with the machines some i could reach and work some i couldn't i loved everything about this job
Convenient Store Clerk (Former Employee), Lexington, KY – December 10, 2013
Job was all around base. I had to do lot of multi-tasking. Took customers order, stocked, cleaned. At the end of closing time, had to count all the money match it with the statement on the invoice, mopped the floor, clean the carpet.
Traffic & Billing Coordinator (Former Employee), San Juan, Puerto Rico – August 16, 2013
A typical day of work consisted of data entry, telephone calls, and invoice billing. My customer service skills, time management, team work, general knowledge and computer skills all improved exponentially during the time i was part of the Traffic & Billing department. All this was achieved with the combination of great supervisors and my desire too – more... constantly improve in all areas and tasks. The hardest part of the job was the billing process. It took two days and nothing could be overlooked. The most enjoyable part was entering contracts and being able to know where we stood as far as projections and revenue was concerned. – less
SALES GIRL (Former Employee), Richmond Hill, NY – February 20, 2013
a typical day of work for me is helping costumers with what they need help with. i learned that it is very important to be respectful not only to you costumers but also to your co-workers. the most enjoyable part of the job is interacting with the costumers.
MARKETING PROJECT MANAGER (Current Employee), San Clemente, CA – January 9, 2013
Pros: i work with good people
Cons: micro-management throughout the entire company.
I don't have time to write what I would need to right for this review right at this moment, but I'll just say this: It is a bit top-heavy and the upper management does not trust anyone that works here.