Assistant Manager (Former Employee) – Columbus, GA – October 5, 2016
A typical day consisted of serving customers' and answering phone calls. I learned many things here. Hipaa guidelines as well as patient rights and business rights. Every one I worked with treated me like family, very small but made sure I knew and worked with everyone at least once.
Challenging and enhancement of skills and knowledge in production and electrical and mechanical.
Process Engineer (Current Employee) – manila Phil. – September 29, 2016
Every day i have a challenging and exciting situation for me as a shift miller,supervising my co workers and thinking about how to increase the production in most efficient way.and to reduce the power electricity consumption using to run the plant in good quality of product.
free gifts when we get the Key Performance Grades, groceries, rice allowance, birthday gift, medical allowance and Bonuses such as Midyear bonus, Christmas bonus, 13 month pay and profit bonus
lunch break, short break, healthcare, uniform, safety shoes
Office Assistant (Former Employee) – Lancaster, CA – August 24, 2016
My typical day of work consisted of data entry, faxing paperwork, running errands and answering phones. I learned how to work in an office setting and how to develop relationships with clients. Management worked with me to become a better employee and helped me to feel confident in my work.
Certified C12 Sprayer/C7 (Current Employee) – Portsmouth, VA – August 18, 2016
Very productive work place. Learn to stay humble and mind my business. Management is fairly organized and co-workers are easy to work with. Hardest part of the job is when its to hot in the warehouse. The most enjoyable part of the job is getting my job done and clocking out to go home unhurt and not to tired
construction is fun but responsible, hard, dedicated work
Supervisor (Former Employee) – Chicago, IL – April 24, 2016
our day starts with job assessment we discover what we need to complete the task and shop. We begin with demolition, clean-up and after we start to re-build. I learned how to give estimates on jobs I also learned how to use all power tools in the construction field. My manager was a private contractor he covered us on expenses and kept us working even when the work was costing him more than he was making. With this job you depend on your team to complete all of your task so this pulled us together like a family in and out of work. The hardest part of this job is set times to complete a task in construction you can run into many of problems that interfere with or delay completion date. The best part of this job is knowing you prepared someone home the way they love and knowing their satisfied with the job
Labor (Current Employee) – Warrenville, IL – April 8, 2016
Same jobs and tasks as miller associations.This job is where i learned 80% of all construction. Co-workers are the best part of the job. Made it more fun and time pass by. As well as lend a hand when i was having trouble.
Electrician (Current Employee) – Fort Worth, TX – January 15, 2016
You must be running all day, this is a fast paste job a bit stressful at times. Co workers are ok , most of the time, but not your typical maintenance electrical work, you are required to do non electrical duties including operating machinery if someone misses work. The hardest part of my job is filling in for operators/labors when they don't show up for work. The most enjoyable part of the job, beside the pay, collaborating with other skill trades to solve problems.
Good pay, free product, lots of OT, workout facility, medical benefits