Route Service Representative (Current Employee) – Indianapolis, IN – October 30, 2016
Arrive and gather your paperwork. Perform daily pre trips and post trips. Check your load and invoices for accuracy and load your truck. Report discrepancies to management and make decisions. Drive to each customer location and deliver product in designated locations. Sample different types of product and push for add -on and direct sales. Conduct on premise inventories at customer locations. Assist in generating leads for new accounts.
The hardest part of the job is dealing with layovers at times due to staff shortages at the plant causing you to be late to your customers.
Most enjoyable part are the co-workers, a supportive management team and the ability to meet new people.
Great healthcare for low price. Weekends off. Sales and Driving experience
Sales assistant and trader (Former Employee) – Stanley, NY – December 14, 2016
trading and looking at a market screen. At times, making phone calls to obtain business and financial transfers. I traded and followed commodity trades, as well as bond derivatives and all types of equity trades. The pace of the day was incredibly fast at times, but mistakes were not tolerable. My peers were helpful but could not and did not help during trades. Management was mixed, based on what type of day they had. The hardest part of the job was dealing with high net worth clients that shifted their mistakes onto myself to fix
learning about the mechanics of the different markets
Worked nights. Never knew for sure where i would be working within the plant. The company needs better management. Slot of co workers were jokers, not completing their his which in turn made it harder on the rest of us to the fact that we had to stay later to fix their nistajes.
Receptionist (Former Employee) – Newark, DE – August 29, 2016
A typical day would be for me to make sure coffee was started each morning. I would then make sure all supplies were current or do any ordering that was needed. I would answer and direct all incoming calls. I would open and distribute all mail. I would also manage all client files and communicate with the court necessary with that clients case. The hardest part was seeing all the details of clients cases and the best part was everything I learned about the day to day operations of a defense law firm.
every year for Christmas we got a bonus that was more than our paychecks.
Paralegal (Former Employee) – High Point, NC – September 28, 2016
I loved working for this firm. I was responsible for working with bankruptcy clients and filing their bankruptcy. I also worked for two other attorneys the specialized in anything from criminal law, family law, real estate law and personal injury. I work on my own once given instructions and then had my work reviewed by a partner. This is the best place that I have ever worked.
Everything, I have nothing at all to say it was perfect.
Operator (Former Employee) – Kershaw, SC – October 4, 2016
the only good thing about morgan corp. was my supervisor. he was the only one who really new what was going on. none of the other supervisor had a clue as to was needed to be done. the big wigs in the company were always changing things around as in how the wanted us to operate, one day it would be this way and the next it would be another. Morgan corp. definitely did not have a good job strategy or work plan.
CSR/Billing (Former Employee) – Atlanta North, GA – October 31, 2016
I looked forward to updating my customers on containers each morning. Notifying or alerting them to any delays, damage or lost shipments so they were aware as soon as possible. Getting to know them and interact with my accounts each day was enjoyable, my clients know I was looking out for their welfare and customers.
Manufacturing (Former Employee) – Morgantown, PA – September 7, 2016
the most enjoyable part of my job was being able to seek help if needed all the supervisors were willing to help.my typical day at work would be go to work try to get the qouta done on time if not stay a few extra hours.i learned how to use different types of heavy equipment cranes all differnt sorts of power tools.co workers were fine
Production Associate (Current Employee) – Janesville, WI – April 17, 2016
Your day starts with a meeting with your team. You get a run down of what the day is going to entail. The people you work with are really good at what they do. But there is really no life and work balance. You will work a lot of 6 day work weeks and long days. The room for advancement is good. But the pay doesn't reflect the type of work they have you doing.
Finish Welder (Former Employee) – Riverside, CA – January 15, 2016
was responsible for a lot of work. not only to be done on my account but to also have next shifts started as well. was looked down upon if you didn't stay overtime and wasn't compensated fairly if we chose to stay either. co workers were great to work with, very helpful but management wasn't very reliable. always struggled to find manager for executive decisions, always said they'd be there but couldn't rely on management to get there in time without slowing production time. and if production time was slow then we (workers) would get the dirt end of the stick. overall Morgan corp. was an okay place to work for a starting welder. i moved up in the company rather fast and was always learning.
Fun, fast-paced and energetic environment. Great people!
Marketing Director (Former Employee) – Jacksonville, FL – June 29, 2016
Great learning experience, very thankful for my growth both personal and professional. Great people who are all team players, when we set goals we accomplish them together. I have gained so much knowledge and experience in customer service, marketing, sales, advertising, corporate budgeting, and so much more!