Service Manager (Former Employee) – McLean, VA – October 12, 2016
Professional Experience The primary responsibility of the customer service manager is to guarantee customer satisfaction by ensuring top-notch customer services. The manager oversees customer-service teams, requiring faultless performance, handles complaints, communicates with customers for feedback and suggestions, and advises them on product usage. departments of organizations. As leader of customer care department, has taken key role in improving customer experience through the following tactics: mentoring, directing, supervising overall functions and staff of customer service operation, handling top-notch professional support services, providing personal interaction, and resolving varied client inquires and complex issues.
Typically in office answering correspondence, telephone and letters, and then in the PM being on the properties to inspect and evaluate problem areas and prepare recommendations to correct problem issues and also create ways to further enhance the properties appearance and value. Always looking out for areas of liability to the Association. Also constantly inspecting to assure problems were corrected before they became issues.
Freedom to work independently and keep the Board's happy.
Each of the managers had more than could be reasonably handled.
Sales Support (Former Employee) – Bloomington, MN – April 14, 2017
Canada has some of the highest marijuana use in the world, according to the task force, especially amongst young people. About 30% of people aged 20-24 use cannabis. The new framework would make it illegal to market marijuana products to children, or sell to anyone under 18. Provinces could raise the minimum age of consumption if they choose, the government says.
Aerospace Technician (Current Employee) – North Dakota – September 12, 2016
Good place to work very good pay.they take care of all travel and per diem but theres alot of travel involved if you dont mind being away from home you can make a ton of money in a very short period of time.
Quality Control Inspector (Former Employee) – Columbus, IN – September 1, 2016
12 Hour shift, unpack boxes of car parts and inspect for errors and tag them. A bad part can cause bad wrecks, great communication, 12 hrs 6 days a week, the most enjoyable part of the job was the fruits of my labor.
CNC Programmer (Former Employee) – Lancaster, PA – August 19, 2016
As a staffing company they did exactly what we agreed to from the beginning. The pay was very well and communication between the main office and myself was never a problem. You have to come to the table with the attitude that we are here to work. No problems at all.
Furnace Engineering Technician (Former Employee) – Columbus, IN – March 28, 2016
I really enjoyed the challenges that were presented each and every day just at the present time the management has a ways to go to achieve their desired global tier 1 level place of employment. For the most part the people that work there are good people but do not know how to differentiate between the good ole boys club and professionalism, till they do they will continually struggle to excel.
Supervisor/Process Tech (Former Employee) – Plymouth, IN – February 2, 2016
My day started going in an hour before everyone else so I could get presses turned on and heats on so I could do my daily start up.When my operators got there I would assign them there machines they were goin to operate.I would make sure the paper work and labels were right with what was running at the press.I would make sure my operator was fully trained for the job.I would check my material then I would do my start up and check my first piece with my first piece approval parts and sign it off.If the machine went down I would get it back up and running.If there was a mold change I did it.If there was a material or color change I did it.There was a lot of work to been done but I did it.
I was the first shift supervisor/Process tech.
The work load for one man was overwelming some days.