A fun and productive workplace making money in the job I love
Volunteer security Officer (Former Employee), North Hills, CA – August 12, 2014
Pros: free lunches and sometimes dinner during dances.
Cons: not enough breaks
I would walk around the property watching and protecting everybody that I come across I Learned that not all jobs about are what they seem the management of the company was great my wife was my co worker having to arrest people bothers me the most enjoyable part of my job is watching everyone enjoying their day at the work program.
Education Consultant (Former Employee), Gainesville, FL – June 25, 2014
Pros: free lunches some of the time, health benefits, and great incentives
Cons: i felt i nver had enough work to beable tobe successful while there.
a typical day here started with a meeting in the am, then making phone calls to reach out to individuals looking for employment opportunities in IT. I learned a lot about administrative/office work. in a call center setting. most of management was great and supportive. co-workers were great to work with and you could depend on them for anything. the – more... hardest part of this job was maintaining a positive outlook, as is with ay sales position. most enjoyable part was the culture and incentives when we were at pace for goal. – less
Certified Nurse Assistant I (Former Employee), Yadkinville, NC – April 17, 2014
You're sent out to different homes some of which are in the middle of nowhere. Some of the management left a little to be desired. You're pretty much on your own which is good and promotes independence and problem solving.
Home Health Care Aide (Current Employee), Canton, OH – March 26, 2014
Pros: working with the dd population
Cons: no health care
The people I help when I'm working are fantastic. They fill my day with all sorts of new things. I enjoy working with this population. The company itself could use modification but I believe all companies can. I work with a variety of staff depending on the homes I am scheduled to work, so I get a different way of doing things in each house with the – more... care of the individuals being my number one focus always. – less
Direct Line Staff (Current Employee), Lake Havasu City, AZ – January 13, 2014
Pros: health care after 90 days
Cons: no breaks
Management needs to fully understand what the employees go through on a daily basis and not scrutinize. Co-workers are awesome. Very team oriented but you have to be when working with special needs people. Most enjoyable is seeing all the smiling faces every day and knowing you are making a difference in their lives. Hardest part of the job is when – more... management doesn't back you and support you in decisions. – less
I learned a lot about computers, but it wasn't worth putting up with such disrespect.
instructor (Former Employee), Urbandale, Iowa – December 29, 2013
As an Instructor, I did my best to keep up with the subjects I had to teach, and I appreciate that what I learned has been very useful for my current job. But the atmosphere in the office in dealing with co-workers eventually led to my leaving the company. The sales team were dishonest in their work and regularly spoke poorly of the training staff. – more... Fellow Instructors could not be counted on to be of any assistance when needed. Although the Owner sincerely tried to run a good business, her husband often treated others, co-workers and customers, disrespectfully. Instructors were encouraged to help students use dishonest methods to pass certification exams. And exam proctors weren't even properly licensed to administer exams. I stayed as long as I did because the pay was good, but I'd finally had enough of the stress of the place. – less