Telemarketing Representative (Former Employee) – Worcester, MA – February 3, 2016
a day at work would be fun and interested knowing what this day would bring. what i learn was how to answer phones call. have good communication with our costumer. i as learned how to be prepared for our costumers when they call to give order. management was nice proper and very outgoing. my co-worker were friendly and outspoken very helpful. i did enjoy my job at protocol learn new thing and meeting new people. learning a lot about computer skills.
Office of the Secretary of the Bank (Former Employee) – Santiago, Chile – August 31, 2015
Administrative Assistant to the Minister- Provided office support in the day-to-day operation of the Minister's office; prepared and organized the agenda for meetings; registered and distributed correspondence; typed documents; made travel arrangements and processed travel claims; daily office duties.
Customer Service and Sales (Former Employee) – Denver, CO – May 15, 2015
Fun place to work if you like working in a high rise building. I loved the job being that I got to work with fun people, and some really good customers/clients. The product was something I could believe in and was something I'd used in the past. Training was short, but covered everything you needed for the product you were selling.
Call Center Representative (Current Employee) – Aurora, IL – May 14, 2015
I either answer incoming calls or make outbound calls depending on what I'm assigned to. I have learned almost everything there is to learn at my job. I like most of my co-workers. The hardest part of the job is staying calm and being nice when you're getting cursed at by clients for something you have no control over.
Pleasant environment, but supervisors failed to do their jobs regularly.
Inbound Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Worcester, MA – April 9, 2015
I was terminated from this company because my supervisor was eating food at her desk, instead of taking a call from a customer that the customer had demanded,,They are very unprofessional and do not care about their customers or employees.
Sales (Former Employee) – Colorado Springs, CO – February 5, 2015
The start time 8pm to 5pm, I learned how to work with the American express cards, The management and co-workers were good, the hardest part was getting new members and the most enjoyable part was keeping the new and old members.
Travel contract assignments for nurse Case Managers
Healthcare Case Manager (Former Employee) – Different hospitals in 4 counties. – September 5, 2014
Having worked four consecutive assignments, a typical day would include getting to know the staff and the flow of hospital operations. I provided full-service case management, and worked on holidays when needed.
Travel case managment requires rapid mastery of a company's software and the particular workflows. It was fun to meet new nurses and people at the healthcare sites.
My recuiter and the staff at Protocol were friendly and responsive.
Good salary and weekly pay
I did not consider this a long term position. I was in transition from re-locating to Northern CA.