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Building and Grounds Specialist (Current Employee), Minneapolis, MNJanuary 22, 2015
Pros: nice place to work
Cons: to much snow to be remove
It was a job in the beginning and I liked it very much. I like working with all my friends the time I work there.

I drove a John Deere, cut lawn and cleaned up office.
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having great coworkers and manager
Accounting Associate (Former Employee), Minneapolis, MNApril 27, 2013
Pros: cowokrers pay union
Cons: health insurance
go through inbox and inbox on email. answer emails that I can without to much research. organize my work for the day by importance. check with manger to decide if there are any issues that need attention right away. take care of any problems or emergencies
check voicemail and start to return calls to help customers solve their problems. say good morning to all my coworkers. running the checks for section 8 landlords was my least favorite part of my job. I had the best coworkers. we would go out to lunch together and hang out outside of work
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Union job remodeling
Journeyman Carpenter (Former Employee), Minneapolis, MNFebruary 12, 2013
Pros: normal routine life.
Cons: union freezing salary.
• Communicated directly with clients
• Coordinated projects in client homes
• Renovated and remodeled high-rise apartments, including kitchens, baths and floors.
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It seemed as if it were more managers than employees. Who were all the managers managing?
Management Aide (Former Employee), Minneapolis, MNOctober 28, 2012
Pros: 1 hour lunch
Cons: too many managers
The hardest part of the job was NO TRAINING, you have to be a self starter and motivated with enough aggression to learn the job and learn it well, You are on probation for 6 months, and the supervisor can let you go the day before your 6 month probation period is over, with no explanation. Even if you do well.

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