CSAS/ Superviser (Former Employee), London, ENG – July 23, 2013
Pros: free lunches
a typical day started from 5 till 7 in the evening. to register and then each person got venues which they were working on and at the venues my responsibility was to make sure everything keeps on going on without any mess-ups such as traffic is floating make sure everyone is up to scratch with what they have to do and of course breaks were given on – more... time, sometimes I was working as CSAS and other where I was supervising the area. If there was a problem that I couldn't handle then I will radio in with the management which would guide me on what to do. I learned to be able to work in a stressful situation by being patent. my co-workers were excellent in helping me deliver my job as well as there on. The hardest part of the job was when I got short stuffed and the whether didn't help either. The most enjoyable part of my job was I got meet new people and some which were famous athletes who were really friendly. – less
Switchboard Receptionist/Secretary (Former Employee), New Haven, CT – September 3, 2014
This is the same position I've written about twice already. I believe there may be a mixup in how many times this position has come up. Please refer to my original statement regarding the 1995 Special Olympics World Games.
Excellent training, committed workers, seriousness of purpose, strong record of hiring, strong mentoring.
Chief Researcher (Former Employee), New York, NY – September 19, 2013
This group at CBS was organized into departments, with some stronger than others. I was in a supportive group, with top-notch leadership, expectations, mentoring skills, willingness to provide exposure, and responsibility. It was crucial to personal and industry development. While the hours could stretch to 20-hour days and the pay was minimal, the – more... experience was that which launched careers. . – less