Shuttle Driver (Former Employee) – Ontario, CA – June 27, 2016
every day was a very productive and exciting with new cars to shuttle and always moving form one lot to the next. i learned how new year cars are sent from production to dealership. every at work was very professional and helping.
Enjoyed the work & responsibilities necessary to complete the deliveries, Most co-workers were good to work with and we would assist each other most times. Supervisors and company we worked for were not as organized as needed and that created a delay with release times for specific deliveries. Company was more concerned with customers we delivered for needs vs. drivers, who were on the front lines and needed support also !!
Working and making money
Better release / delivery schedules - more attention to drivers needs
Independant Contractor (Current Employee) – Des Moines, IA – March 14, 2016
Work day begins at 530, depending on the amount of miles your route consist of determines your end time. The hardest part of the job is driving in colder conditions , most enjoyable thing is working with the customers who quickly become like family. The management is fabulous.
District Liaison (Current Employee) – Naperville, IL – July 3, 2015
Management is focused on making the client happy and compliance versus customer relations and accountability. I believe the client should be happy but not at the expense of doing the right things for students.
Land Surveying Firm Field Tech (Former Employee) – Norman, OK – June 29, 2015
Dishonest with what they are willing to give as far as advancement, pay and what your job entails. Training is nonexistent. A very unprofessional atmosphere. Management is beyond being unwilling to help in anyway with any problem that arises.
this job is very productive and independent. Working with direct management was very rewarding and she taught me a lot about working with the public. A lot of out to lunch days and meeting a lot of people.
PRIORITY HOMES & BUILDERS (Current Employee) – Spring, TX – December 2, 2012
The down turn of the housing market killed all profit,That is the only reason that I'm seeking employment. the pay was enough to keep me home instead of traveling. I beleaved in the quality of what we were selling. there was no corporate head cutting or/office politics to deal with. I managed everyone except the owner.[small company] The owner called me everyday for prayer.the job didn't interfere w/church,I lived a very balanced life.
Productive work environment that fosters learning and success driven goals.
Business Communications Consultant (Current Employee) – Harrisburg, PA – July 30, 2012
A typical day at Priority Systems involves organizing, creating, and scheduling appointments with current, competitive, and new prospective clients in my personal territory spanning from Dauphin County to Lebanon County. This company positively reinforced the advancement of my product knowledge, and in particular my skills and abilities as a sales consultant. This was fostered by multiple nation wide company webinars, specialized classes, and weekly reviews. The management at Priority Systems is phenomenal, they are sales professionals with extensive knowledge of the trade, including a President that greatly involved himself in all aspects of the company and its employees. The most enjoyable part of the job was seeing the success of all of my hard work, then being positively reinforced by all of the company. The hardest part was working within a changing product spectrum.
Courier/driver (Current Employee) – Boothwyn, PA – May 7, 2012
Was my first experience with doing courier work,I enjoy my job. More compensation would always be welcomed. I do not think it pays what the jobs are worth to the driver at all.The hardest part of the job is the dispatch. The best is long distance driving. Management is ok. I dont really have any issues with anyone I do my job and they do not bother me.I have met many people at this job and love it. I meet new people everyday.