Not a bad place to work as long as you have fun, friendly employees, management sucks if you not a brown noser.
Operator/Laborer (Former Employee) – Woods Cross, UT – August 1, 2016
some days productive, management depends on how they feel about you, good and bad coworkers, hardest part of the job really no advancement, and limited benefits, enjoyable was plenty of overtime, but limited time for family, on call wknds, holidays and nights.
typical day at work was great, I kept busy. I learned a lot working at psc-I multitasked with lots of different positions that was offered to me and I did them all. all of the managers I had were great to work for. co-workers were a bit of a challenge, but overall nice folks. hardest part of my job was when psc was sold. the most enjoyable part of the job was achievements-work was always great and kept me busy so I was able to accomplish some achievements.
i learned a lot working here
i felt like i did a great job at any tasks that was given to me
r.n (Former Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – June 28, 2016
It is a terrible place to work.The assignments are very unsafe due to the amount and acuity of the patients. Staffing is ALWAYS an issue. Their retention rate of nurses is only about 10%.Management is extremely unapproachable and degrading when faced with nursing concerns which is the reason nurses get their few months experience and leave.
Security officer (Current Employee) – Boise, ID – June 16, 2016
I^m dedicated, loyal worker and consistently a pleasant employee to have on the team I^m able and willing to learn to expand my potential. I believe iam a valuable employee and would be an asset to your company.
Enviromental Specialist (Current Employee) – Columbia, IL – April 9, 2016
1.) Oversite on a MGP site. 2.) You get a chance to cut your teeth. I learned how to learn fast, and stay on my toes. 3.) Management- did their best to set you up for success. 4.) Great co-workers. 5.) Leaving an assignment when it ends. 6.) Learning new things.
Great people to work with. Everyone helps out no matter what they were hired in for.
Pipefitter (Former Employee) – Baton Rouge, LA – January 18, 2016
I enjoyed working for PSC because everyone was there to complete a task and everyone helped everyone else no matter their title. No matter what you were always doing something which made the day go by fast. Managers were always letting you know they were appreciative of the job you were doing.
Safety Manager (Former Employee) – Port Allen, LA – January 14, 2016
Typical day at work consisted of daily site audits issuing confined space or critical lift permits and maintaining compliance of all company policies and procedures. - I learned the definition of team work -Hardest part of the job was dealing with a really difficult client it seemed like no matter how hard we tried to please the client they were never satisfied -The People would have to be the most enjoyable part of the job I was surrounded by an awesome group of individuals , the conditions were miserable wet muddy hard to walk around and always dirty but the people kept the job together and we were constantly smiling
OPERATOR (Current Employee) – Marshall, TX – January 7, 2016
This job is like working at a scrap yard. Management is horrible and if your a minority or not in the buddy system stay away!!! Months away from home and the pay is not worth it!!! You will make more money at wal mart!!!
Always felt like I was part of a family while working at Pediatrics East.
Site Coordinator (Current Employee) – Gulfport, MS – January 5, 2016
I wasn't sure I'd like working for a pediatrics office, but it was probably one of my favorites! My manager was always friendly and helpful. The staff I worked with made my job enjoyable and fun but professional. The hardest part of the job was having to draw blood or give vaccines on the little ones but the hugs afterwards always made up for it.
Vacuum Technician (Former Employee) – Granite City, IL – October 22, 2015
As I had worked for a franchiser the ability to move up was limited to Store Manager. That was the only drawback to having worked there. The management and crew members were some of the funest and hardest working people I have had the pleasure of working with.