Brand Ambassador (Former Employee) – Los Angeles, CA – January 30, 2013
Travel throughout Southern California to work in various department stores where I mastered several different brands. Management was very understanding and helpful on all matters. Loved that I had schedule freedom.
Retail Merchandising - Marketing Connect Group (Current Employee) – Bloomfield, NJ – May 17, 2015
I like Merchandising it gives me the freedom of making my schedule to fit my lifestyle.
My typical day is I print my paperwork for the job from the companies portal. I than proceed to drive to the store as directed and merchandise, I learned to schedule my time to complete my project for the day. I learned to complete my assignments the day of completion.
I like my District Managers they know I work hard and I get the job done. If I have any concerns or I need help they are always willing to help out in anyway.
I usual work solo but sometimes we have a big reset so I work with a team.
The hardest part is sometimes management in the stores are not to easy to work with and they don't cooperate with me and that makes my job hard. I always let them know I am there to help them not make their jobs harder.
I have the freedom to schedule my times and days I can work. I always complete my work before it is the last due date.
Seeking a job where I can put forward my knowledge and professionalism
Psychologist (Current Employee) – San Juan, PR – October 14, 2014
Good experience working in school environment of Education Department. Seeking stability because depends as work schedule and school calendar and I aspire to also have benefits to bring security for my family.
impact the lives of children to improve their academic performance
no benefits, while no class can not work. my family depends on my work and if i get sick no income, no specific days to collect and no tools to work are provided.
I'm not sure how the Health System was added to MCG, but it was a consulting firm and not a health company. The ATS stood for Advisory Technology Services.
I created documentation for an investment application. After creating that documentation, I created the test scripts around it. As one of the members of the testing team, I made sure the tests executed returned the expected results from the test event(s).
Carpenter (Former Employee) – Clackamas, OR – October 15, 2013
Get up 2 hours before clock in time. I learned to figure in extra time for bad traffic days. Discuss pre task plans before we leave the gang box, and make sure all our co-workers are on-board with the days activities. A day filled full of mistakes makes for a very long day, and preventing these mistakes from the start can make for a very enjoyable day.
Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) – Augusta, GA – September 10, 2014
A typical day scheduling patients, ins authorization, assisting three full time doctors and one clinical nurse, maintained filing system, medical terminology, confidential info, medical billing, hardest part knowing the patients condition, enjoyable part was encouraging the parents.
Working here was fun and exciting work close with managers and other co-workers. The hardest part of this job was having to report a co-worker knowing that their job was on the line due to a bad decision on their behalf, the best was customer service and working in a toy store doing Christmas.
LLC. A Hearst Company Billing Analyst (Current Employee) – Seattle – May 19, 2014
Departments are very different. Management in the last year has had huge turnover due to acquisition by Hearst. Company is still trying to equalize since being bought and many new managers are trying to define new workflows.
Dispatcher/Environmental Services (Former Employee) – Augusta, GA – June 20, 2014
The Department I worked in was run by a Contracted Company. I enjoyed the job that I was doing, however, the Managers made it very difficult to come in to work and enjoy the job that I was there to do. The balance with my personal life was also challenged due to the schedule that I had.
Expanded Duties Dental Assistant (Former Employee) – Augusta, GA – July 6, 2015
This was one of my first jobs after completing dental assisting school. I was afforded the opportunity of working with a vast majority of doctors and staff that were very knowledgeable, and whom taught me a lot.
Production Worker (Former Employee) – New Ulm, MN – September 9, 2013
Here I spent my time working on motors that ranged in size from heart monitor motors all the way to 50 pound treadmill motors. I learned to work on my feet 12 hours a day, how to mechanically test motors and how to build motors.