Supervisor (Former Employee) – San Juan, PR – January 31, 2016
Good place but don't offerts any benefits. No long term contract and no retirements plans or 401k or health care. The good for this company is ping pong table. You need helping all task this is good for a multitasking person for complete experience they needed.
Quality Control Associate (Current Employee) – PR – April 5, 2015
At Amgen is a lot of tasks where you have the opportunity to develop analytical thinking and troubleshooting. Excellent co-workers that make the hardest job an easy one while enjoy the learning process.
Hibrido (Current Employee) – Ponce, PR – November 24, 2013
Every morning I give my prayer to make it a day without dangers, as it is a job with a high risk of accidents, because a traffic light in and have to walk through the cars and constantly monitor the changing light.
But contact with people in day to day and say the good morning in the most dynamic way possible and to make people happy, it fills me with excitement and joy.
Claims Clerk (Former Employee) – Puerto Rico – July 29, 2013
Working in the insurance claims department has taught me many things such as:
Dealing with all types of customer I learned to read the policies to verify decks We understand all kinds has both auto claim, like home and floods I've run into very good co-workers and understand the work of adjusting
Account Manager (Former Employee) – Guaynabo, PR. – August 28, 2012
If you are looking for a temporary job then go for it they would offered you a bunch of positions. But do not expect work harder and get a permanent place at their "client's" lair. So, use your time to search a better job while you're working at MSSS (at least you get paid)
JR. Human Resources Consultant (Former Employee) – PR – April 27, 2012
A typical day at work is covering three areas at onces: reception, payroll and recruitment. It's a company policy to interview every person that walks in -no matter the hour of the day- asking for a job position. Everytime a client calls asking to recruit an employee I have to 1- Search for candidates that fullfill my clients requirements 2-Provide exams to validate he/she do fullfill those requirements, 3-Coordinate interviews with the client and candidates, 4- If the candidate is not selected I have to go back and search for more candidates. If the candidate is selected, I have to start the recruitement proces of coordinate drug test, complete documents, provide new hire orientation, etc. 5- After the employee is hire I administrate the employee as long as the client wants his-her services...meaning: contracts, payroll, licencies, documentations, memos, terminations, etc
Also I have to verify the employees work hours and resolve any payroll issues that may occur. Meanwhile I attend the reception area: calls and people.
The responsabilities mentioned above has giving me the opportunity to develop multi-tasking skills and must of all the ability to work under presure. Time is the most challenging factor in this work environment. Our goal is to complete every work order in less than 3 day. This means I have 8 hours a day to answer every incoming call, interview every walk in candidate, attend my clients needs: reports, recruitment, orientation, others; attend my employees needs; do some payroll work and do paperwork.
Why am I working here?, because it gives me the opportunitymore... to help people. To work at a temporary employement agencie gives me the opportunity to recruit for different industries at once: bank, communications, pharmacy, private office, hotels, etc.
At the end of the day, having and employee or a client tell me how satisfied they are with my work, it makes everything else WORTH IT...less