SECURITY OFFICER (Current Employee) – 601 Stephen Street, Lemont, Ill. – May 9, 2017
This company does not promote from withinn,no raises, always working weekends and on my days off. The assigned sites are in unsafe areas. Always working 6 or 7 says straight in order to get overtime, or 40 hours a week.
alwaus working weekends. Split days off and working on your days off.
Mechanic (Former Employee) – Southfield, mi – March 28, 2017
Collision shop mechanic shop and towing service very friendly staff comfortable environment easy to work with people and great service I had a very good time working there but they were closing the business and relocating so I got laid off and now I'm looking for a new job I really enjoyed working there and learned a lot while I was there about collision work I already knew mechanic work but I still advanced and towing service and I learned customer service
I was hired to build a Cisco and EMC book of business and work with the market manager and engineers. The culture and family oriented atmosphere provided many long term relationships with fellow employees and customers. I was given a lot of leeway to be successful and empowered to do what I was best at doing, and succeeded. The most enjoyable part of the job was working with my peers and all levels of the company. The hardest part of the job was leaving ProTech. The management is top notch.
Security Guard (Former Employee) – Oakland, CA – December 7, 2016
Protech Oakland branch is the worst security companies I've ever work for. Everything is so unorganized and communication is next to none existent. All of the field supervisors are extremely incompetent and no help what so ever, and the branch manager is the biggest idiot of them all. I'm sure a caveman can manage the company much better then that clown.
My typical day at work included repairing smartphones, computers, and a variety of other devices. I learned how to provide basic computer and smartphone hardware and software solutions to customers in need. My only co-worker, Jason, is an outstanding individual who taught me what I needed to know to get our jobs done satisfactorily. The hardest part of the job was maintaining a steady hand in the repair/ replacement of tiny parts. What I liked most about the job was providing excellent service to our customers and putting a smile on their face!
Quality Control (Former Employee) – Harrodsburg, KY – June 9, 2016
Good co-workers to work with, good team work. A typical day at work, you clock in and go to designated area and inspect the parts given to you. I learned how to inspect parts and how to tell what was bad and good. I also learned how to go get the parts from the warehouse. The hardest part of the job was how we would get a lot of parts at once and was very busy. The most enjoyable part of the day was being able to talk to your co-workers while working.
Receptionist, Office Manager (Former Employee) – Lansdale, PA – August 15, 2015
I loved my work and being able to meet new people everyday. My typical day was meeting new people either by phone or in person and multitasking. I was able to learn some computing and sales while we were in business. My husband was management, so he made sure I was happy everyday. Some of my coworkers were my sons. Besides doing a job I loved, I had the opportunity to work with my family everyday, and those things were the most enjoyable part of the job. The hard thing to watch was my husband getting sick and having to close down.
employee (Current Employee) – Chaska, MN – April 6, 2015
Management yells at you for reasons you may not be able to control. In 6 years they have given out 3 raises. The work itself is great but the owners care more about getting customers their product than making sure the customer gets a quality product.
Assembler (Current Employee) – TN – February 25, 2015
I liked the job I had with ProTech, it was fast paced and everyone seemed to work together well. I worked most of the aluminum department positions such as final assembly, custom assembly, door table, and HenRob machine..
General Laborer/Machine Operator (Former Employee) – Fairfield, NJ – December 28, 2014
Made powder coating paint Packaging powder paint Transporting powder coating paint with manual power jack Processed tracking labels for deliveries Maintenance on warehouse machines and power tools Maintenance in warehouse department (powder coating) Taking samples of powder coating and sending to testing lab