Ticket Scanner (Former Employee) – Huntington, NY – June 25, 2016
Very calm relax setting very nice environment to go to work in. Ive learned and improved on my people skills, Hardest part of the jobs is dealing with rude and igonarant people. Management is beyond perfect everyone is great with each other and i would say the best part of the job is staying for shows after.
Huller- field storage (Former Employee) – Shafter, CA – April 24, 2016
A typical day at work would be arriving on time and getting together with coworkers to get the assignment. I learned to always work with safety. Managers always made sure we were hydrated and working carefully but efficiently.
Driver/ installer (Former Employee) – Hayward, CA – July 23, 2015
Safely transported equipment to customers locations in a timely, safe and courteous manner loaded and unloaded equipment following proper policy and procedures Installer of kitchen cabinets, wall switches and outlets, and appliances, from microwave, stove and refrigerators, and kitchen/ bathroom pluming
Everyone worked as a team, I was able to learn time management but especially since my CNAs were always willing to help me as their nurse. Being in charge of one hall can become stressful, but rewarding as the job was being done efficiently and help was always around. Management was great, always available should an issue arise.
Clerk 111 (Former Employee) – Woodstock, IL – July 14, 2015
A typicall day was, starting at 7:00am every day, reading e-mails, responding to e-mails, processing training requests, scheduling meetings and conference rooms, sending out trademark agreements to customers all over the world, posting and filing agreements. I worked with 22 employees, out of them, I assisted two directors with their calendars and duties required.
I have learned that no matter how hard you work, you can do better.
I enjoyed working with my co-workers, the team was fantastic.
I think the hardest part of my job was pleasing everyone. I think that I was overwhelmed as far as duties. It was my daily duties but the additional add-on duties and big projects.
I enoyed coming to work everyday and working alongside the staff.
Floater (Former Employee) – Norfolk, VA – July 9, 2015
I worked for Paramount for almost five years. During this time I learned a lot and had adequate wage increases. The owners of this company are really vested in their employees, you are made to feel as though you a part of a family. Although there were quite a few management changes, the company still continues to strive. Co-workers were also great there were not many controversies between co-workers. The hardest part of working for Paramount was the frequent changes made to production methods. Many times the changes made to production made the job more difficult, but because of the great teamwork, we would master the tasks. Overall; I really enjoyed all facets of the job,
They often provided us free lunch and they did employee appreciation monthly.
healthcare was expensive changes on vacation policy
Production Worker (Former Employee) – Jonesboro, AR – November 6, 2013
you never know if you will get to work. you may go weeks without work or just work one day as needed. u may be put on new lines and be expected to already know how to run them. you may be transferred to another sight as needed and only for a few hours or a day. u are expected to know how to do that job as well. you may be taken off your line midshift and sent home
Customer Service (Former Employee) – Dallas, TX – October 28, 2013
working for paramount i liked how to mulitask. for example one day at work the calls was coming in back to back in i didnt know how to take note while on a call but, my supervisor helped me by having me open all the screens i have to use while at work