Senior Photo Editor (Former Employee) – New York, NY – April 6, 2017
Work/Life balance could be quite good if you are not a workaholic.
The hardest part of the job is that you should be very efficient in face of a heavy workload. The editor must coordinate photo assignments by selecting, editing, and positioning photos and publishing images, and also supervise and network with freelance photographers, keeping up with global breaking news and hot topics to dispense related assignments to photographers.
Supervisor of Electronics, Wireless (Former Employee) – Macedon, NY – January 5, 2016
Dunkin Donuts was my first job. I enjoy working there. I feel that customer service is number one. I enjoy the people and staff while I worked there. I enjoyed working there when my customers would come in while I was there.
Photo booth Assistant (Former Employee) – Reedley, CA – May 16, 2015
This was a fun and exciting job. I got to know and work with all kinds of people. Did events such as Weddings, Birthdays, School and Business events, among others. Fixed up the booth according to the event taking place. It was a wonderful experience. The hardest part was trying to fit in as many people in the booth as we could for group pictures, while keeping people safe inside and outside the booth. The most enjoyable part was the people that I met. I had a wonderful time working with my boss and our customers.
The people I met, plus the dinners we were offered at the events
just trying to safely get as many people in the booth for group shots.
Was on standby for any breaking news stories. Monitored police radio to listen to any breaking news and informing the station. Maintained a great rapport with the people I worked with. My coworkers maintained total professionalism. The hardest part was ending my work day because I thoroughly enjoyed the job I did. I so enjoyed flying in the helicopter and when possible going on the air with breaking news stories
Assisting in gathering news for a well known television station
bad weather days kept us on the ground and the copter went down for maintenance.
Photo 225 lacked proper management, but had great people.
RECEPTIONIST & 2nd SHOOTER (Former Employee) – Baton Rouge, LA – December 30, 2013
Photo 225 has the potential to be a great business, but faces angry brides daily. I learned: how to "not" run a small-business. The co-workrers are what made working there fun. A normal day at work would mean: answering questions about wedding details, setting up photo-shoots, and calming angry brides.
Learning the in's and out's of a small local business.
Starting the job at part-time, yet being needed full-time, and denied full-time benefits.
Lawn & Garden Sales Associate - Wal-Mart (Former Employee) – Johnson City, TN – August 26, 2013
A typical work day is slow depending which department I worked in. I learned a lot in the three departments I worked in. Management was rude in a few departments and wasn't that helpful or understanding. I loved working with my co-workers.