Scheduling Coordinator (Former Employee) – Hillsboro, OR – January 24, 2017
I had always worked in the public sector but after I move to the area I decided to take a change of career. Working on the scheduling team was extremely Eye-opening. The workload was OK but management was horrible. Management does not think of technicians as people but think of them as numbers. Communication seems to be a problem here. At MTI there is a lack of accountability, lack of team building and lack of respect. My co-workers were great but they were too scared to speak up, when trying to practice vulnerable trust with my direct supervisor, she stated "I'm the boss and you do what I say."
The only good thing about the position was working with the Field Technicians.
MERCHANDISING DISPLAY TECHNICIAN (Current Employee) – Eugene, OR – November 7, 2016
Part-time display merchandising. Setting up and maintenance of security devices protecting cell phones, tablets, and electronic devices. Set up displays and security for home theater, audio devices, Perform routine maintenance and repairs of MTI security systems and displays.
Customer service representative (Former Employee) – Kenmare, ND – September 30, 2016
I loved working here i learned how to deal with irate customers. Once i found the problem the customer was having i was able to help them figure out a solution. I had help from my coworkers we worked in teams many times. I get along great with others whether im working by myself or with others. The hardest part of the job was dealing with irate customers and unhappy customers who wanted us to fix the problem. The most enjoyablle part of the day was when you had a very happy customer and they had their problem fixed.
This company is constantly expanding with plenty of great accounts intrastate area.. One of the best companies to work for specially wen it has to do with safety ,company always helps drivers with repairs and maintenance,plus fuel cards.Dispatchers are available from 4:00 am. to 6:00 pm. plus emergency phone numbers. Most accounts are droop and hook..
telemarketor (Former Employee) – Langdon, ND – February 12, 2016
it was interesting. i liked selling packages to people.. but hated sitting on my butt all day was very boring... i like to be moving and be doing something... i like to stay active so this wasn't the job for me
Medical Coding School (Former Employee) – Springfield, IL – December 28, 2015
Incoming and outgoing calls to providers, explanation of claims, appeals, corresponding with providers via emails on claim, appeal questions. Strict schedule times to be followed. Long term friendships with previous coworkers back to age 17. Hardest part of job was figuring out situations when they were not documented correctly. Most enjoyable part was talking with providers and knowing I was able to help them in the end.
Monthly incentives like drawings and overtime
Breaks had to be on time that was on your schedule or you were penalized, regardless of the length of provider call.
DIRECTOR OF TECHNOLOGY (Former Employee) – Anaheim CA – September 23, 2015
MTI created some of its storage products and resoled the products from other vendors. The management lacked vision and was over all pretty bad. The people there were nice to work with. The hardest part of the job was getting management to head the right future directions. The most enjoyable part of the job was working with many different technologies
I would show up on time and get started right away on what I was supposed to be working on that day. I always had the options to learn something new, my management and coworkers were awesome to work with, the most enjoyable part of the job was the people I worked with, they were always there if you had any questions. The hardest part of the job was trying to get the orders out on time when people were constantly calling in and making it harder on the other workers who were there on time.
discounted on food meals
sometimes the bosses were a little short with you when they were stressed out
Mail Delivery (Current Employee) – Tampa, FL – March 17, 2015
Having to work long hours under very stressful conditions. That takes you over certain regulations. You have no time for life just work, you work 3rd shift hours. Winds up being 2nd and 3rd. They do not keep up maintenance on there trailers. You have to switch out 2 or 3 at times before you actually get one you can use that doesn't have a flat or some type of wiring problem.
i loved being a student and worker at MTI...it was a great learning experience for me i got many certificates while i was there..osha..food handler..and my culinary certificate..the other workers abd students i worked with were very good and intelligant at what they did each day everything wasnt always good but we always all worked together to pull through for our boss