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Customer service skills worked as a big plus for this job
Bus Driver (Former Employee), 3200 Lennox Ave. Cleveland, OhNovember 12, 2012
Pros: meeting a lot of different people on a daily bases
Cons: company lost their contract
Transporting the elder and handicapped to and from daily actvities, such as shopping, medical appointments, work etc.
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Sub-Par, Company.
CDL A Driver (Former Employee), PhoenixOctober 1, 2012
Pros: helping people out with disabilities.
Cons: the company is not pro active, employees are replaceable@any time.
A company with no future, Hard work with no rewards. The only satisfaction is knowing that you helped someone out and the passenger said thankyou.
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inexperinced management
Road Supervisor (Former Employee), Livermore, CAJuly 14, 2012
Cons: no lunch breaks.
A strong company, with inexperienced managers. Poorly budgeted and well over staffed.
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pretty good place
Bus Operator (Former Employee), Chicago, ILJuly 12, 2012
Cons: short breaks because trips was booked so close
it was a vnice company to work for got along with my coworker sometimes it was very stressful
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Peasesant and challeging
Fixed Assets Manager (Former Employee), Fairfield, CAJune 28, 2012
Pros: friendly and professional colleagues
Cons: management slightly disconnected from the masses
A typical day at work consisted of all functions of asset management. Disposing, transferring and adding assets to the database. I'd often correspond with colleagues via email/phone to go over necessary transaction and explain the proper steps needed. My boss was very help and instrumental in my development. Always willing to assist with matters that – more... required collaborative efforts. My inoffice coworkers were nice and pleasesant, always professional. The hardest part of the job was getting coworkers to follow the procedures set in place for asset functions but it wasn't a complete hinderence. The thing I enjoyed most about the job was that I controlled the process from beginning to end and I oversaw the database for all companies. – less