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Full warehouse experience
General Laborer (Former Employee), Burlington, NJMay 30, 2013
Pros: long -on the clock lunch brakes
Cons: temporary assignment
I worked on-site at Ocean Spray Cranberries Inc.At this job is where i experienced just about every part of a warehouse.I learned how to do packaging and shipping and production.Not only was I apart of the assembly line I also learned how to bail plastic bottles and cardboard boxes for recycling.The most enjoyable part of my job was dumping juice,and – more... the hardest part of my job was working 12-hour shifts. – less
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great job
Companion (Former Employee), Absecon, NJApril 28, 2013
work at your own pace, full time,part time, you can choose. Alicia is great to work for she will help in anyeay she can. Overall great company to work for.
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Good agency
Medical Assistant/Patient Service Representative (Former Employee), Philadelphia, PAApril 22, 2013
Pros: friendly people
Cons: stability, no paid holidays or vacation times
Protocall allows you to have an open schedule. Protocall is a temp agency so it is good for those looking to not be locked into a full time job
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nice company to work for
Housekeeper (Current Employee), Philadelphia, PAApril 14, 2013
Pros: prizes and fun games
Cons: healthcare
they will call or email you when work is available you are responsible for you own food and transportation paid weekly and they send you to really nice places nice group of women to work for
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long work days
Phone Operator (Former Employee), Laurel, MDMarch 13, 2013
Pros: money
Cons: short breaks, long shifts
there nothing good about this compuny they wanted us to work all day everyday
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Telemarketer (Former Employee), Stratford, njMarch 8, 2013
Cons: ignorance
N/A. I can't really remember anything from this job but people hanging up on me while trying to handle over the phone communication sales
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Best Company I've ever worked for
Lead Sourcing Specialist (Current Employee), Cherry Hill / PhiladelphiaMarch 6, 2013
Pros: flexible, multiple locations, dealing with people, good feeling giving someone job, great management, good values, programs to balance work and school
Cons: always have something to do!
Currently I work for Protocall internally, and I have never worked at a place with such a positive culture and open communication with employees of all levels. Management is extremely motivating, resourceful, flexible, and generous. Highly recommend working with them internally, or be placed through them.
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helps you gain experience in various areas of nursing
Traveling Nurse (Current Employee), Cherry Hill, NJJanuary 28, 2013
Pros: pay rate, flexibility
Cons: not alot of cases
you cab gain experience in alot of different areas of nursing
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An interesting place to work
Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) (Former Employee), Philadelphia, PAOctober 24, 2012
I would provide one to one supervision to patients in rehabilitation centers. I've learned new things by working with them individually. Managers are willing to work with you, co-workers are friendly. The hardest part of the job would have to be seeing the patients ill and unable to do as they use to for themselves. I enjoyed doing one to ones because – more... the patients that were able to communicate, had interesting stories to tell you. – less
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ProtoCall was based on a good idea, but difficult in practice
Clinical Specialist II (Former Employee), Portland, OROctober 9, 2012
Pros: assisting many clients in a short period of time.
Cons: not having enough time to talk to people in crisis.
A typical day at work was to answer crisis telephone calls for 10 hours per day from across the US, never knowing what the next call would bring. I learned how the remain calm in the face of extremely dangerous situations as well as extreme anxiety and psychosis and a highly suicidal person. It was a difficult position in that the clinicians wanted – more... to provide support and assistance to the callers, but there were more callers waiting and the supervisors and management had the difficult task of managing those callers and it could be, and frequently was, a very stressful environment for all concerned, including the callers, when we were forced to end calls before we felt our work had actually been completed. Co-workers were very supportive of each other - we were all in the same boat, so to speak, and understood the pressures and stressors we were experiencing in that high-pressured environment. The hardest part of this position was the sense that I was not truly able to assist a caller, that the time was so limited, in part by the very nature of the job, but also because of the high volume of callers. Accordingly, the most rewarding part of the job was when I felt that I had been truly able to assist a caller and was able to give them the time and counseling they needed and deserved, and that our time was beneficial to them. – less
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Protocall was easy to work with as I was flexible. The jobs were easy and pleasing with minimal travel.
Forklift Driver (Former Employee), Burlington, NJSeptember 28, 2012
Pros: it was easy to work with the staff, benefit from what i didn't know and what the job trained me to learn.
Cons: there was a lot of short term assignments and less paying jobs.
Work began with Individuals working at their own pace and following work orders, by picking and pulling. Some jobs include working on a line, loading or unloading trucks and working closely with others. I learned to follow direction, be independent and work hard at a consistent pace. My co-workers were encouraging and easy to get along with. The hardest – more... part of the job was accepting the different pay ranges. The most enjoyable part of the job was learning to work in different envirionments and climates. I also had to prove that I was capable to do each job because every job that I went to didn't use me as a forklift operator. – less
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Productive and fun work place
Sanitation (Former Employee), vineland, NJAugust 30, 2012
Pros: good area to work
Cons: short brake
It was nice to work with them, because I feel like a family, and we always work together as a team.
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Great Company
C.N.A (Current Employee), NJAugust 8, 2012
Pros: an on going learning experince .
Cons: there isn't anything i can say that"s a con.
Pleasant and freindly team members pulling together to make everything go smooth.
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low paying jobs
Material Handler (Former Employee), Woodbury, NJJuly 3, 2012
Cons: short breaks
management was nice but the money wasnt there,i worked various jobs and for the most part the jobs was good just money being an issue.My co-workers were cool and work wasnt hard just didnt have enough breaks.
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Receiving calls on p-call phone system
Professional Sales Accountant Rep (Former Employee), Laurel, MDMay 7, 2012
Pros: the contest for reps
Cons: the company had a big turn over problem
Taking 100-110out bound calls daily, making sure I reached my daily sales goals.I learned how to really sale myself (personality) with the product.Most worked with you to help them meet their goal as well as your's. At Protocall you had new co-workers every two weeks so you met a few different people. The hardest part of the job was not letting emotions – more... take over while your supervisor was always yelling "sale or go home". As well as when you did not meet the daily goal, when you did not meet your daily goal that meant you worked twice as hard the next day. The most enjoyable part was getting to become the top sales person in the business. – less
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Great staffing agency
Administrative Assistant (Former Employee), Philadelphia, PAApril 13, 2012
Pros: variety of jobs
Cons: no benefits.
Offered a variety of temp assignment, which could lead to full-time positions.
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I enjoyed the challenge of building a successful business.
President and Founder (Former Employee), Long Beach, CAApril 10, 2012
Pros: challenges, working hard, cold calling, working with large companies
Cons: none that i recall.
It was the most enjoyable experience of my life. The 1980's were fantastic. The paging field was new and most clients had communication challenges which allowed me the freedom to create possibilities for them to solve these challenges. Quality service was very important to me so I raised the bar on the fulfillment of these service needs; four hour turn – more... around whenever a pager went down, detailed billing, spare units kept at the customer location and other innovations. – less

Cheri – October 9, 2012

He is so full of it. His employees were absolutely miserable. He was so out of touch with what was happening on the floor, it's unreal. "Cons: None that I recall." Are you joking? That place was killing people and he sat in his office totally unaware, and what's worse, he didn't care. Yeah, he was the founder, but he forgot what was important: people.