Administrative Assistant (Current Employee) – Sterling, VA – August 17, 2016
A very good job to work at. As long as you do your job the boss will not micro-manage you. A small office, less than 5 people. I liked that it was like working with family because you get to know them very well. Pay is good when you're just starting out as an entry level.
Equipment Operator (Current Employee) – Ghent, KY – July 20, 2016
I ran a dozer 40 ton yuke, 35 ton articulating dump truck and a road grater. I learned how to operate an articulating caterpillar loader. The management could be better to many he said she said situations. my coworkers are very hardworking and enjoyable to be around.
I feel that if they offered a higher pay rate, I could offer a better review. My opinion is that they're basic pay is about $9.00/hr. Which is a low standard in this day and time. I feel that they should offer more temp to perm. positions.
Assistant Supply Clerk (Current Employee) – Huntsville, AL – May 4, 2014
A typical day at Phoenix starts at 0700 Monday through Friday. First thing in the morning the Field worker come and request their supplies. We fill there orders and get them on the road. Once that is done we then, load the truck for our daily deliveries. This usually takes us up until lunch. After lunch we then log all deliveries and routes to track supplies going out of the warehouse. Once that is done then we usually order suppies for the week and stand alone building on the base. After that we usually get deliveries that come in and we sign for and stock them in the warehouse. After that is done. We are usually getting ready to go home. The hardest thing about this job seems to be the lifting and bending. But, hard work has never been a problem. The most enjoyable part of this job is the helping people and making sure that the job is getting down correctly.
good hours, holidays off, and the people are a joy to work with
Badge Checker/Security (Former Employee) – Huntsville, AL – January 31, 2014
I have always maintain great relationships and worked very well with my co-workers. I enjoy working in a very changing and always changing enviroment. The relationships with co-workers, bosses, supervisors and clients have always made the job for me.
healthcare and other benefits have always helped make the transition smoother.
providing no healthcare has always made things rather difficult for me.
Production Operator (Former Employee) – Ann Arbor, MI – November 24, 2015
The workplace had a lot going on at all times, there was always some kind of project you could do if a machine was not running yet. The employees were very friendly and helpful to anyone who was new. Overall it was pretty laid back for a factory, you were able to switch jobs if you needed a break, and you never felt out of place.
Usually fun loving but lately there appears to be more tension on a day to day basis.
Home Health Nurse (Current Employee) – Clermont, FL – November 7, 2015
As a visiting nurse as well as being part-time, most contact and communication is by phone or electronic device, therefore there is limited face to face interaction. However, whenever they throw a party it is usually a grand one.
Fun, productive place to work. Phoenix Solutions encourages you to be creative and actively embraces change! Outstanding culture and 100% of the employees are engaged with the vision and direction of the company!
Fun, enthusiastic family restaurant with lots of MEAT!
Hostess/Server (Former Employee) – Denver, CO – May 17, 2015
Working at Rodizio Grill was great. I learned a lot, how to schedual reservations, confirm appointments, make seating charts, serving 20-30 table tops/day. Most of the workers were from different backgrounds, so it was fun and interesting getting to know and work with everyone. The mangement was erfessional and fun to work with, never a dull moment.
Order/Customer Care Clerk (Current Employee) – Brooklyn, NY – December 19, 2014
Several positions open for advancement. Flexiable hours for school and family emergencies. Promotions with celeberties from the music industry was always fun. Located at the pier made lunchtime in the park is very relaxing. Commuting to and from work is very easy with the one bus stopping two blocks away and another bus stopping one block away.
Bartender (Former Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – April 1, 2015
Opening times at 10,preparing the bar nice and tidy for opening times,checking everything is in place and working. On a personal level is a high status of knowledge i have gained working with a skillful assistant manager. Funny and young co-workers made everything to be a little bit stressful. Although the hours were long, when you see happy customers coming back with a smile on their face made a difference.
Police Officer Recruit (Former Employee) – City of Phoenix Police Department – April 24, 2014
As a Police Officer recruit, I was able to combine my passion for physical fitness toward my passion for law enforcement.
Additionally, the department provided the recruits the opportunity to work in a civilian capacity to understand the inner-workings of the department. I was fortunate to be placed in the Legal/Incident Review Unit where I not only utilized my research and legal background and worked collectively with the Planning and Research Bureau. Further, I was was able to apply that work to tasks that would enhance my effectiveness as a Police Officer, such as citation accountability and accuracy.