District Microsoft Xbox Representative (Former Employee), Mount Laurel, NJ – January 22, 2014
Pros: flexible schedule
Cons: too much traveling
This was a basic marketing job, which was not in the degree field i was studying for. If you would like to create your own schedule around your lifestyle and schooling, plus travel then this job is perfect for you.
Direct Support Staff (Former Employee), Forest City, IA – January 3, 2014
Pros: is like being in a house with family
Cons: company needed staff; employed anybody almost.
The clients that I worked with needed a voice to express themselves. As a Direct support staff, I was able to be that voice for them. I would assist them in getting dress, eating, and meeting their daily activities. The biggest joy for me was when they were expressing their personalities through their hobbies, and their daily habits. For instance, this – more... elderly woman, she enjoyed being in her wheel-chair, and listening to music, this made her smiled a lot! – less
Direct Support Professional (Former Employee), Omaha, NE – December 13, 2013
worked with patients with bipolar, depression, anxiety and personality disorders. Quickly responded to crisis situations when severe mental health and base plan that focused on problem solving skills and creative thinking. behavioral issues arose. managed 5 clients a caseloads based on sessions per week. Documented all patient information including – more... service plans, treatment reports and progress notes, and daily intakes Guided clients in understanding illnesses and treatment plans. Assisted clients in scheduling home visits and phone calls and monitored effectiveness of these activities. Administered medication to patients presenting serious risk of danger to themselves and others. Recorded comprehensive patient histories and coordinated treatment plans with multi-disciplinary team members. – less
Field Specialist/Merchandiser (Former Employee), Irving, TX – December 10, 2013
I enjoy being a merchandiser. I was able to learn about the latest technology test it out and train others on its use. I enjoyed building relationships with my stores and representing my products and brands.
Friendly staff and volunteers good food at the cafe
Volunteer (Former Employee), Benton Harbor, MI – November 18, 2013
1. Typically we price the donations and set them out on the floor while engaging customers. 2. How to maximize space to influxes of product. 3. Management is friendly as long as you work. 4. Mostly co-workers are nice and upbeat. 5. Never having enough Volunteers to help around the store. 6. Helping families have access to things that they couldn't – more... afford otherwise, and knowing that the profits go to helping tutor children who have fallen behind in less fortunate schools catch back up. – less
The promise was great, but the reality left a little to be desired
Instructional Designer (Former Employee), San Ramon, CA – October 30, 2013
Lots of talent in this organization and there were moments when I really liked working there.
There seems to be different rules for different people in terms of flexibility and expectations. It is possible to have a great working experience at Mosaic with some of the many highly talented people working there.
I made friends with many people there. – more... They are good people with the right intentions and will likely improve their company in the coming months and years.
I sincerely wish them good luck. The work they are doing is important and the rapid growth of the company is a testament to what they are doing correctly. – less
Assist people (Current Employee), Garden City KS – October 25, 2013
Pros: building relationships with the individuals
Cons: poor communication
A typical day at work would include personal, cooking, and cleaning. I usually worked overnights so it was not as interactive. I learned a lot about having patience with individuals and co-workers. Management was okay, but not perfect. Some of my co-workers were easy to get along with and worked well on our team while others thought they were better – more... than other people or just did not care about the people we served. The hardest part of my job is poor communication in the company as a whole not just with co-workers and management. The most enjoyable part of my job is knowing I am doing everything I can to help improve the life of others.A typical day at work would include personal, cooking, and cleaning. I usually worked overnights so it was not as interactive. I learned a lot about having patience with individuals and co-workers. Management was okay, but not perfect. Some of my co-workers were easy to get along with and worked well on our team while others thought they were better than other people or just did not care about the people we served. The hardest part of my job is poor communication in the company as a whole not just with co-workers and management. The most enjoyable part of my job is knowing I am doing everything I can to help improve the life of others. – less