Area Sales Manager (Current Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – August 22, 2016
Typical day of work included supporting distributors and creating new accounts. Learned how to manage multiple territories, how to compete against larger brands and what it takes to successfully build and maintain a new brand. Hardest part of the job was dealing with large chain stores and their lack of focus and care for smaller brands. Most enjoyable part of the job was selling a healthy product.
M.A.C.S- Store Manager/District Manager trainer (Former Employee) – Richmond, VA – April 15, 2016
The job was easy- started out as a general manager- worked my way up to training others to be a district manager with the understanding that I would be placed in Regional Manager training program. Then holding company that owned 70 unit franchise was sold to Sunoco. Everyone that has been through a merger or acquisition knows that more often than not all previous plans are scrapped and new business plans are put in place. Enjoyed the working with everyone- enjoyed the customers. Very happy to see the District Managers I trained doing very well.
Job Coach/ Health care provider (Former Employee) – Middleburg Heights, OH – October 4, 2016
Learning the different rules of the state and working with mentally challenged adults was a great experience. It allowed you to have a look into how all people are different and has different needs, this allowed you to learn to be aware.
MID consultant (Current Employee) – Langhorne, PA – May 25, 2016
Massage Envy is a great company, and puts its customers first! I did enjoy the job atmosphere, as well as the job itself. Unfortunately, I was relocated as a sales associate to an area outside my distance, but I definitely enjoyed the location I was at. The hardest part of the job was sales, but it was also the most fun. I have learned a lot of excellent tips for selling, and learned a lot about myself. Great Job overall!
SR. TECHNICIAN FIELD OPERATIONS/ TRAINING (Former Employee) – Catskill, NY – December 12, 2015
Always busy I preformed many different job descriptions due to MHC being a small CATV Business. Climb towers, locate utilities, CATV build, Fiber Splicing, Training, report to Management on new Hires, run service calls, do maintenance on noise related service calls, Business audits.
Ability so set your own pace, and still complete work in a timly mannor.
Medical Assistant (Former Employee) – Omaha, NE – March 24, 2016
Mid-City OB/ GYN is a very busy office. Ten physician and 6 secondaries which include nurse practitioners and physician assistants. Your constantly moving, very little downtime. Each physician, has their own unique way of doing things. Everyone is enjoyable to work with. Which makes hectic days run smooth
Sr Buyer / Inside Sales Manager (Former Employee) – Clearwater, FL – December 3, 2015
MAF is a great place to work if you like to work hard. The expectations they place on their employees are generally unattainable, however they reward the ones that put everythiung they have towards getting there. As long as you are in the "circle of trust" it is an awesome place to work.
air coditioning service tech (Former Employee) – Gainsville, FL – October 16, 2015
during summer your busy, they want you to sell more than service we do service customers home air conditoning, they want you to renew the customers contracts, and reccomend items you may or may not need. the pay is horrible, you are paid by calls per day. only 4 if that! you could work 12 hour days, and only make 100.00 it is piecemeal work. not hourly. the work is good, there is alot of 2nd grade drama and they treat you like your introuble with the principal.
Not a bad place to work when you're fresh out of high school.. But it was more or so just a job to get a little bit of money in at the time
Operations (Former Employee) – Poughkeepsie, NY – August 15, 2015
A typical day there would start off as coming in at 8am clocking in and waiting for everyone else to get in (everyone else was usually late) after that we would seek out the current manager for instructions, since there was no actual daily schedule for the most part. After that we would normally wash and clean all he class, clean and set up for events in the main hall, clean bathrooms and clean downstairs in the VIP section. I've learned quite a bit there though like how to weed wack, how to use a buffer for waxed floors and how to strip them, how to stay safe while in a forklift and other machines that lift you up high, along with so much more that goes from something as simple as painting to moving huge industrial pillars as a team. I overall learned a lot there but the work was not worth the current pay of 7.25 an hour. The management was also a bit screwed up, while working I had at least 4 different managers; Since they would either get fired or leave. The Co-workers had to be the best part of it. I made quite a few friends and learned stuff from them and vis-versa. I might have not have been there for as long as I would have without them. The hardest part of the job would have to be keeping up my regular pace of work when others wanted to slow down. My efforts were actually noticed by the current manager and I was offered a "Promotion" however it just added work and no additional pay so i turned it down. The most enjoyable part of the job had to be the new experiences honestly!
Free access to watching almost all the shows
Short breaks, dismal pay, and just a lack of structure sometimes.
Cement Truck Driver (Former Employee) – Bentonville, AR – January 4, 2014
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 new drivers. I couldn't have done it.
I like working with this company got along with workers good. like working on my own know one bother you as long as you do your job like it was suppose to be. They had very good equipment you felt confortitiable driving.
They gave us a week vacation every year
they never rush you they gave you plenty time to run trips
good place to work- Adminstration, reviews problems only with management team does not include staff in process improvement Trust employees to do their work independently, but does not have options for advancement
Savannah Route Driver (Current Employee) – Savannah, GA – November 2, 2015
Opening duties, set up work area: Cash registers, self-checkout, Work with customers for the next 8 hours. Assist them with product advise, pleasant conversation, to provide a shopping experience that would keep them coming back.
Administrative Assisting (Former Employee) – Bronx, NY – January 8, 2014
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 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.
Substitute Teacher K-12 (Current Employee) – Throop, Pa – July 18, 2012
It is a wonderful place to work every day I learn something new or impliment something new in my day. The hardest part is not having enough one on one interaction with the children. The best is sharing in their creativity and joy. Everyone whom I have come in contact with is dedicated and really enjoys what they do, it is a pleasure to work with people that love and believe in what they do. Management is very well trained and knowledgeable. They are also very approachable and easy to work with.