A typical day would includes arriving at the office around 8:30am, and leaving around 5pm.
From this job experience I was introduced to the "real world" application of education. I was able to physically aid in producing some of the offers that were posted to the partners social media. I learned how to engage myself properly in the business world.
Management at Octagon can be seen as an example of how any proper manager should supervise a workplace.
Co-workers are friendly, and helpful.
The most enjoyable part of this internship experience was watching all the projects done throughout the course of the summer come together for the event we had been planning for so long.
Enriching environment where everyone motivates one another
Logistics Coordinator, BMW Championship, PGA Tour (Current Employee) – Norwalk, CT – November 20, 2012
I worked in the Premiere Automobile sector. I performed marketing and logistics for the US Olympic Team as well as the PGA. The hours were extremely long, sometimes lasting up to 32 hour work days, but the feeling of satisfaction when the job is complete makes up for it.
Youthful atmosphere, solid management and very diverse client/project base. Amount of workload/travel/perks greatly depend on which account you work for, as do the amount of unconventional hours you'll be working each day. Some people are 9-5, some people work from home, others work in their client's office. Certain managers say "if you're busy be here - if you're not busy don't", while other supervisors want you in by 8:30am, and won't let you leave until 6pm.
Would be the ideal workplace if the salaries were higher at the lower/mid-levels...but that is an industry issue, not a company one.
flexible schedules, great perks, fun and competitive environment
low pay, sometimes unconventional hours, working with clients