Flooring Installer (Former Employee) – Waukesha, WI – April 11, 2017
Work was going well when there was a department manager that was a former flooring installer. They let him go and the owners sister was brought in and she had no leads or connections to line up work. My hours plummeted with the rest of the department, so I had to find something where I could continue to feed my family.
Photographer (Former Employee) – Wallingford, CT – November 16, 2017
You're expected to take pictures of people and their families which isn't a big deal but you weren't allowed to really have any interaction with them you can ask them to sit a certain way but if they didn't want to date they would and when you go and try to sell them the pictures afterwards they would degrade you and tell you how terrible it was
I enjoy working in relaxed environment but can be successful in stressful ones to
Pipefitter Helper iron worker helper welder helper (Former Employee) – Westlake, LA – June 11, 2017
Hello my name is keondreas greenhouse. I have performed multiple work task and have worked in construction for a total of 4 years .I have had several Job titles over these past 4 years .I enjoy working safe with my co workers and being the most productive I can be and most of all giving the company I'm working for a full days work. Im also a big fan of staying over knock off time.I'm a very open pEpson and always willing to take ideas.Imy always trying to build a family relationship with the people I'm working around.If I'm choose not to be a part of you all soon project I will make it my best intentions to be a successful employee.thank you
Support Analyst (Former Employee) – Brandon, FL – February 21, 2017
Good work environment with a great team of people willing to assist with any questions or concerns. The work was always fast paced and never really the same thing twice. It's a job that would definitely keep you on your toes.
The job was in cottonwood power plant. We were to report to our lunch station by 6:30am every morning so that we could have a safety meeting. Then we would begain work in our assigned location by 7am. Before going off to work but right after the safety meetings we did what was retired to as "stretch and flex". We did various stretching before starting out daily work. This place offered break as needed and a 30 minute lunch break. The house cleaning in each crew was phenomenal. It was a "nothing left behind" strategy. Their were separate women and men Porter potties. The work it's self was hard work but we had sufficient cool water supplied at all times. Over all this space a was sufficient, safe, and productive work space.
Clean restrooms, equal breaks, good pay, respectful crew.
Hard work, in the heat, sun burns, fiberglass insulation.