MET WITH PEOPLE, DID APPLICATIONS COLLECTED MONEY, MET WITH COMMISSONER POSTED BAIL TURNED RELEASE INTO JAIL MET WITH PRISONER TO GET PICTURE .
BAILBONDSMAN & OWNER (Former Employee), CLOSED – April 10, 2014
Cons: offered 24 hr service
TOTALLY ENJOYED ALL ASPECTS OF THE JOB. MET WITH PEOPLE TO DO APPLICATIONS & LEGAL FORMS COLLECTED MONEY, MET WITH COMISSIONER TO POST BAIL & TURNED RELEASE PAPERS INTO JAIL, MET WITH PRISONER FOR PICTURE
Area Manager (Current Employee), Milwaukee, WI – February 22, 2014
Pros: free lunch
Cons: no break
every day thing I learning new everyday as a management i enjoyed to be as a professional we get up down but its fun to work with them is getting complaints from them and satisfy our work is getting to work is my second home
Junior Accountant (Current Employee), Bronx, NY – January 29, 2014
Post customers payments by recoding cash and checks transactions utilizing Classic software Make journal entries to record cash collection posted in Classic utilizing Skyline Prepare and charges monthly rent and bills customers Post revenues by verifying and entering transactions from lockbox and local deposits Prepare and analyzed receivable report – more... to ensure a timely collection Analyze accounts individual accounts for discrepancies Prepare and made adjusting entries Reconcile revenue and prepares reports Manage accounts payables by entering and paying vendor’s bills using skyline Match payment vouchers to bills and reconcile with checkbook – less
Administrative Assisting (Former Employee), Bronx, NY – January 8, 2014
Pros: served different types of clientele.
Cons: short lunch break.
My day consisted of taking calls and clientele, writing and inputing in work orders, calling the super and/or handymen, transferring calls and directing clientele to appropriate departments. I learned how to use a multi-line phone and to have patience. Management worked really well and tried their best, my co-workers were great we always try to help – more... each other out. The hardest part of my job was to make sure that all clientele followed rules. The most enjoyable part of my job was helping others and putting a smile on their faces. – less
Cement Truck Driver (Former Employee), Bentonville, AR – January 4, 2014
Pros: it could be challenging to learn
Cons: the hours were irratic and the work inconsistent.
I would drive a cement mixer truck to different customers and pour what I had into the molds that they had set up. I learned that cement mixing can be a science with a little bit of art to it. I was not very good at it. Management was all right. They had to play politics with those drivers who were good at what they did and allow for the mistakes of – more... new drivers. I couldn't have done it. – less