Owner/Operator The Rose Salon (Former Employee) – Must – February 23, 2017
In my years of owning/operating a hair salon, I learned much about organization, financial management and customer service. I have such a love of people and was daily humbled that these individuals would choose me to provide themselves and their families with their hair care needs. I enjoyed the personal end of truly getting to know these families as well as the business end of financial books, organization of time/funds and inventory that goes into running a salon.
Store Manager, AM/PM (Former Employee) – Monroe, WA – January 19, 2017
working one of the largest stores in the area it had challenges but the people needed someone to train them and show them they matter. Very fast pace store and it kept you on your toes ensuring you had good stock and fast
Bar Manager Hooligans Grill (Former Employee) – San Antonio, TX – December 28, 2016
Exciting to take moldable individuals and bring them to the forefront of their own expectations. Building the business thru training and developing those employees that are driven to succeed and achieve more.
General Laborer (Current Employee) – everywhere – April 4, 2016
We travel all across the U.S. and meet lots of new people which makes work fun and enjoyable, We work a minimum of six days a week, 12 hour days and make excellent paychecks. We are a company that works hard and we also play hard in between jobs.
work well with others, like to have fun at what ever I'm doing.
Temporary Worker (Former Employee) – Indianapolis, IN – March 18, 2016
I worked days. I would go there they sent me. mainly shipping and receiving jobs, unloading trucks. I like it. Management was great. the only hard part was when it got hot in the trucks when unloading them. I did like the co-workers.
Department Management (Former Employee) – Tomball, TX – February 14, 2016
The culture stinks. Departments have no sense of team cooperation, and Management has ZERO genuine concern for it's employees or Managers, which shows in the moral of the employees and the service level they provide customers.
None- Other than it's a job.
It exemplifies all of the worst things about Big retailers.
Maintained Executive Officer's (Former Employee) – United States Various Locations – March 4, 2015
My position at this job was during my tenure in the US Military. Everything about this job was great.I gained years of knowledge and experience in so many aspects of administration and Human Resources as well as other administrative service.
The comradery was none to be compared and still is.
The hardest part of my job was leaving.
There is nothing I would change about it. If I could do it all over again I would!
Quality Assurance and Configuration Manager (Current Employee) – Centurion Pretoria – February 17, 2015
The company is a fast growing communications company with an ISO 9001:2008 certification, we have an IBMS (integrated Business Management System) which governs all policies, processes and procedures. Work is fulfilling and no particular day is cast in concrete since one's assistance is required any time and as an initiator many tasks are as a result of mini audits or areas for improvement which are seen and implemented.
Intern (Former Employee) – Washington, DC – August 15, 2014
This office was a great professional start to my office experience. I was familiar with clerical duties when starting the postion, but this job enhanced my leadership, communication and office skills. The most enjoyable part about the job was the location and having the opportunity to work on capitol hill. My days consisted of mainatining a database system and managing/teaching other interns about processes and job duties.
Army First Sergeant (Current Employee) – Fort Lee, VA – August 7, 2013
A typical day would consist of early meeting with key leadership to discuss plans of actions for the workday and week. I conduct training with employees and allow them to perform their daily duties with direct supervision from my staff. I attend board meeting with my superiors and co-workers several days a week. The most enjoyable part of the job is seeing the progression of my employees.
Going to different jobs everyday, I learned how to work a lot of different machines, one was the Forklift. Never had same manager but they were all great. And all the co-workers at these jobs were so helpful. The hardest part was finding the jobs. The best part was working at different places.
Production Worker (Former Employee) – Marion, IN – August 7, 2015
I learned different skills. I was made an inspector as well as loaded machines. My co-workers were fun to be around. Made sure the boxes were loaded in the machines correctly so they wouldn't stop production.
The U.S. government is always an excellent employer
Personnel Management Specialist (Former Employee) – Chicago, IL – June 19, 2012
-I developed selection plans for vacant positions in a wide variety of Federal agencies. Some positions required examinations in order to qualify for jobs such as Air Traffic Controller and Food Inspector. Candidates would then be evaluated using their experience and education in order to develop referral lists. -I learned the components necessary to properly perform in a job. I worked with SME's (subject matter experts) in order to create useful selection documents from which employers could interview and select potential employees. -I was also an evaluator - visiting other Federal agency personnel offices to advise, assist and improve. -The hardest part of the job was driving in inclimate weather. - The best part of the job was working with great people.
the u.s. office of personnel management recruited high quality candidates for the u.s. government.