Service Technician (Former Employee) – Coconut Creek, FL – December 13, 2017
Pinnacle has good benefits but the cost was too much, they only pay 5 and 20th of the month, their management needs further improvement,as to bonuses non, needs better budget for us employees for materials to get the job done, so it was an ok experience.
Pinnacle was a great start for me, however management isn’t organized. They don’t process time sheets in a timely matter, they do not tak concerns seriously. I absolutely love what I did. But I couldn’t stay and be treated unfairly
Sales Executive (Former Employee) – MN – December 11, 2017
There is a lot of change in this industry, and you have to constantly learn and adapt to keep up with the products offered to your clients. Expect a lot of windshield and motel time, which some people enjoy.
Full Time Associate Sales Representative (Former Employee) – Hyannis, MA – December 8, 2017
Had a temp job with Verizon wireless as the greeter daily activities included standing by the door and greeting customers determining whether they need help from a sales rep or an IT rep and adding them to the wait list answering whatever questions I could and keeping them happy.
fun work enviroment long lunch break
was required to be there before store opened had no employee badge to get in
Logistics worker (Former Employee) – North Augusta, SC – December 2, 2017
I was laid off with no notice. I was told that the company we was contracted with no longer needed me because they put their own people in my spot. There was no raises or paid sick days or vacation days offered. I worked at this location for almost two years and many contractors bought and sold my contract. CVS people treated contractors like slaves.
Assistant (Former Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – November 21, 2017
Lack or poor management skills. Atmosphere was stressful and the most difficult manager to work for. Lack of culture and people skills, no empathy at all. No advancement for growth lots of discrimination and preference Played by regional and managers.
Groundskeeper (Former Employee) – Largo, FL – November 21, 2017
I truly enjoyed working for this company up until I requested help to transfer to one of the other properties that they managed. The management team at the property where I was employed assured me that they would help make the transfer, but did nothing and when they lost the contract to manage that property, I was laid off.
mechanic (Current Employee) – 210 liveston s – November 3, 2017
Ask for what you want the raise sucks and the health sucks the learning experience is great and the growth is great to but the pay for it sucks the work is stressful but you can manage if you apply yourself
Second Shift Supervisor (Former Employee) – Milwaukee, WI – November 1, 2017
I supervised four employees and provided copy services. I ensured my employees met production deadlines and ensured quality control. I interacted with my staff to create an harmonious environment generating positive results.
Front Desk Receptionist/Administrative Assistant (Current Employee) – Peoria, AZ – October 10, 2017
This job is a great job; employees are nice, good commute, and sweet patients. The work load is crazy; not that much communication; job descriptions are not valid. The management is great, but needs improvement. Stress will come to this job.
Technician (Former Employee) – Rock, AR – September 23, 2017
The pharmacy director doesn't really know what she's doing and the techs do most and often all of the work. They can only have 1 full time tech so you'll only be part time. Frankly the amount of work and stress is not worth the pay. Other employees are nice and welcoming but some are rude and also don't know what they are doing.