Program Analyst (Current Employee) – Arlington, VA – January 1, 2017
Overall I am very happy working for this company as a contractor. Communication with my program managers and those I work with daily is very easy and the HR and pay staff are very responsive and helpful.
Accounts Manager (Former Employee) – Indianapolis, IN – March 20, 2017
This was a small business that only had a few employees. Although we weren't a large corporation the owner did his best to provide adequate support and salary increase opportunities. The company took a turn for the worse and started losing business.
Waitress/Hostess (Current Employee) – Oman – December 30, 2016
I got a good experience working over here.coustomer comments. Trip advisor. I have learned everything .manegment is really helpful for staff . Millennium resort mussanha. It's place to be relax and work
Mailroom Associate (Former Employee) – St. Louis, MO – February 28, 2016
I work for this company. I was working out of the South County Missouri office. Upper management was dumb!!! Couldn't get your payroll correct. Missing hours on check took a month to get money after being told by management it would be fixed in a couple of days!!!! Immediate supervisor in the office was a complete idiot!!! She was dumb as ever!! Don't know how she even landed this job. They expect the women to lift 50lb boxes!! We worked all day rarely ever got a break!! And we were told as long as there was work to do we didn't get a break. Pay was worth nothing but they wanted non stop work!! This place is a freaking joke!! I see why the turn over is so high!! If you just wanting to go somewhere for the help of it this is the place but as far as a lifetime career forget about it. The supervisor has been there 30 years and only makes $11.00 a hour!!! Benefits are ridiculous!! Job and company is just no good!!! And after all of this the day I gave my resignation letter the supervisor gave me a final warning!!! LOL!! CRAZY!!!! My prays go out to anyone that has to work here!!!
Loan Processor (Current Employee) – San Antonio, TX – September 2, 2015
A typical day at my job starts with Starbucks. I begin by reviewing my readies, which are loans from a previous day which have to be funded yet waiting for customer to agree on terms. Also on a daily basis I have to meet number and quality goals in order to provide good customer service. What I have learned is that you can never review your work enough or be to careful. Our managers have provided great training and have made our work process easy to follow. Even though I don't consider my job to be hard, there is a few hi-cups to go through to get through the day, to include obtaining documents from members in order to process their loans. I enjoy what I do and look forward to our upcoming training on a new process. Yet, since it is a contract job there is no promise of advancements or permanent hiring. Because I love my family and have to provide for them I need the stability only a permanent job can provide. I am a great team player, on time, hard working employee, with the need for more.
Office Servicing Clerk (Current Employee) – Alpharetta, GA – July 10, 2015
This company could actually be a good company if the management were more professional. There's no room for advancement, the company don't seem to care about their employees, the benefits suck!! They expect you to work there for 6 years in order to get 2 weeks vacation. They only offer 3 days of sick and 5 days of vacation per year and have the nerve to get mad once exhausted.
A good company to work for with but little advancement opertinities
Mail Services/ Shipping and Receiving (Current Employee) – San Jose – April 25, 2015
Delivery of mail and packages to employee's. Receive and process incoming packages from UPS,Fedex,and DHL. I do all the shipping of freight and business packages using UPS,Fedex,DHL, also using DHL freight, and clear freight. I have learned a lot about shipping freight and also shipping internationally. Management is ok, co-workers are great we work like a team. I enjoy taking care of our customers and also making sure there shipments get where they need them when they need them there.
Switchboard Operator/Mailroom Associate (Current Employee) – Washington, DC – March 23, 2015
I come in and deliver papers and then I go and pick up my mail. I come back and separate the mail and then I deliver it and then I wait for FedEx UPS DHL and a few other carriers to come and I deliver packages. I monitor the email all day and I have quite a few mass mailings. My co- workers are cool to work with the hardest part of the job is getting off at 5:00 pm I would love an earlier shift. I have no problems at this job.
The whole group here is kind and easy to work for.
Covered twelve states for the Millennium Group selling enterprise access control solutions and establishing a solid dealer network. I learned a lot about better managing my time and accounts covering such a large area.
My immediate manager was a great guy in a very tough position, but he did teach me some important things necessary to better myself and my career in my short tenure.
Learning another important aspect of access control technology
Corporate culture, lack of support for sales staff