IT Field Support Technician (Current Employee), North Charleston, SC – November 27, 2013
A typical day at work is making sure the ticket queue is current. Basically, resolving issues with PC's (hardware and software), re-imaging PC's, resolving printer issues, and some network connectivity issues.
Being I am fairly new in IT, I've learned quite a bit. I've learned about Citrix, Active Directory, and a little networking (basic functions – more... of a patch panel). Also, learned a lot about applications we use, especially when some applications don't work. Another thing I've learned is that drivers can be sensitive toward other drivers when trying to install multiple bank scanners on one PC. And printer issues aren't always the easiest to fix.
Management is great because they don't micro-manage me and will help me when I need it. Co-workers are easy to get along with and will also help me when I need it.
The hardest part of my job is when I come across an issue I've never dealt with before and trying to resolve it on my own.
I enjoy the fact that I am not micro-managed, makes it a lot easier to do my job, I think. – less
Data entry representative (Current Employee), North Charleston, SC – November 4, 2013
Pros: wear jeans here
typical day at work is coming in and checking your email to find out any error reports needing to be corrected and how many files you have to key out to reach goal for the day. i learned a lot about insurances and rules depending on the state patient lives in. mangament could be better with the open door policy but overall a great experience working – more... here with the managers. i dont feel that there is a hard part about the job because we all work as a team to get the job done. the most enjoyable part is meeting my goals when i key out the amount we are suppose to reach for that month. – less
Licensed Practical Nurse (Former Employee), Tinley Park, IL – October 18, 2013
At Shawnee Gardens we catered to elderly clients. A typical day involved coming in receiving report and making sure that staffing was adequate to ensure quality care for clients. I learned that communication is a key factor in order for anything to run smoothly. My co-workers worked well with one another and for the most part were team players. The – more... hardest part of the job was having to be in two places at once. All the residence family wants to talk to you and everyone feels like their concerns are priority. The most enjoyable part of the job was providing quality care to clients and working with a team that didnt mind working. – less
Product Service Associate -Lowes in Culpeper VA (Current Employee), Culpeper, VA – September 20, 2013
Pros: good pay, close to home and great hours.
A typical day consist of reseting beams and products per planograms. Downstocking products. Its a steady pace of working. We sometimes work as a team and sometimes independently. I enjoy seeing the finished product of a reset. I also enjoy helping cutomers.
Pediatric Home Care Nurse (Current Employee), Stratford, CT – July 25, 2013
Pros: wonderful company, supervisors
Cons: per diem hours not reliable
Love the company, love the supervisors, love the coworkers, love the clients! Hate the "per diem" It's really the ONLY negative thing I can say about my experience with them. My supervisors and schedulers have worked with me to get clients in my area, the hours I want to work, etc. Any questions/problems are addressed immediately and positively. Just – more... can't say enough good about them! – less
Temp, Kelly Services (Former Employee), Oak Brook, IL – July 25, 2013
Temp as a PSA for Advocate Home Health care. I was lead PSA for the office. I entered patient plan of cares in the systems, and fax them out to the doctors for signature, as well as processing pay roll, schedules for the nurses, ordering supplies for the office, staff and the patients. Making sure all paperwork needed was ordered as stocked on the shelves. – more... Taking inbound and making outbound calls to doctors and families – less
PERSONAL SERVICE ASSITANCE (Former Employee), Bastrop, TX – July 23, 2013
Cons: classes you take during the day when you worked all night
THE PERSON DONT KEEP THINGS CONFIDENTAL SO ITS HARD TO GO AND TALK ABOUT A PROBLEM YOU HAVE OF YOUR JOB.I LOVED WORKING WITH THE EDLERLY THEY ARE SO SWEET . I LEARNED WHAT O DO IN A EMERGENCY WITH THE RESIDENTS
Lead PSA (Former Employee), Wheelersburg, OH – July 16, 2013
A day at work varied depending on what shift you worked. The day and evening shift we did meal, washed dishes, passed medicine, activites, showers, and just made sure the residents were well taking care of and made them feel like they were right at home. The midnight shift did the cleaning and laundry, checked on residents frequently. Overall its a – more... fun place and good environment to work in. – less
employee friendly, management easy to get along with
Licensed Practical Nurse (Former Employee), eorgia – May 30, 2013
Pros: the patients
Cons: sometimes hard to get another case when your patient goes into the hospital.
A typical day at PSA was pediatric patients can teach you alot. How to pay attention to how your patient is acting any suttle change in their demeanor which most of the time indicate that something is going wrong with their health condition. I learned to pay attention to facial expression and non verbal cues.