Computer buyer (Former Employee) – Monterey, CA – February 20, 2018
I loved going to work each day. I had keys to my office so Id open up and began calling vendors searching for the best prices. I did returning of products that failed and dealt with customer complaints. Management was not great I had worked there for several years when my boss left. I asked the owner if I could have his job. He said I wasn't ready so I got a raise and had to train my new boss. This happened one more time again I got a raise and had to train my new boss. This is when I knew he was never going to let me have the position so I gave my 2-week notice and he tried to give me more money and benefits to stay but I wanted to know I could advance in the company and it wasn't going to happen. The best part of my day was working with my coworkers and Always getting the lowest prices from our vendors!
Continuous raises and great benefits and a really great team I worked with.
Knowing the owner would never hire a female for the position I wanted. I was the only female there!
cashier, sales (Former Employee) – Pompano Beach, FL – December 11, 2017
Typical day at work is knowing that you have to put smile on because you don't know what today's going to be like. Because my last job was dealing with elderly people , you never knew what they were going to bring that evening.
Broker/Agent (Former Employee) – Palm Dersert, CA – November 10, 2017
Very informative about finances, helping others to achieve there financial goals and giving opportunity to be leaders of own business. The hardest part of PHP Agency would be having to give effort to for the business, when it comes to recruiting, prospecting. Choose to learn about the tools of the business to gain promotions. Knowing your kraft.
CSR - Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Brockton, MA – August 22, 2017
Good company, just a headache to deal with grown people who act like children. People say one thing and then turn around and come up with a story and back out of a job at the last minute which then loses your branch a lot of money.