Assistant Account MGR (Former Employee), Duluth, GA – April 30, 2013
Pros: experience learning about media products & needs to organize/supply conferences.
Cons: unclear expectations at times
You can expect to work with an overall friendly and very hard working staff. You will not`be bored or run out of tasks. Speed, efficiency, and accuracy are musts. Expect heavy lifting constantly and light cleaning.
No supervisor present (Current Employee), Dallas, TX – April 22, 2013
Pros: easy work
Cons: no advancement, bad pay, no management, treated like dogs.
No promotions; no advancement; no supervisors present EVER. Micromanaged Company; miserly; greedy owners. There are NO supervivors or management present EVER, and you are not to think or act "above your pay grade".
Started as a roustabout then quickly worked my way up to mechanic helper. Worked along side of the chief mechanic at first then was doing small repairs and rebuilds on my own. Serviced all equipment and completed crane inspections. Serviced and maintained all equipment and pumps.
Deputy Country Representative (Former Employee), Luanda – March 23, 2013
Pros: unique business model where behavior change is the key
PSI is an interesting institution where all employees learn about relying mostly on measurable results. One of the most important aspect that PSI staff retain is relevance of what one is doing for the beneficiaries.
INDUSTRIAL FIELD SERVICE TECHNICIAN (Former Employee), Houston, TX – March 18, 2013
Pros: some times we have free lunches for sure.
Cons: the health concern
THE ONLY DIFFERENCE IS WHEN THE JOB IS A NEW JOB THAT YOU ARE GOING TO TO FOR THE FIRST TIME, WHER YOU HAVE TO AQUINT YOURSELF TO WHAT HAVE TO TO BE DONE ACCORDING TO THE SPECIFICATION. OTHER THAN THAT EVERYDAY ISALMOST THE SAME GET TO WORK, SET UP PUMPS, WRITE YOUR DAILLY LOG, INSPECT THE WORKERS PPE BEFORE AND AFTER ENTERING THE CONTAINMENT.
EVERYDAY – more... IS A NEW DAY, SOMETIMES YOU OBSERVE NEW THINGS ELSE EVERY THING IS THE SAME.
IN THIS JOB MANAGEMENT IS VERY IMPORTANT, YOU HAVE TO MAKE SURE ALL WORKERS DOCUMENTS ARE ALL CORRECT SO YOU WILL NOT GET INTO PROBLEMS IF THE STATE INSPECTOR SHOWS UP TO FIND OUT YOU ARE WORKING WITH PEOPLE WITH EXPIRED DOCUMENTATION WHICH OFTEN HAPPENS TOO.
CO-WORKERS ARE VERY FRIENDLY MOST TIMES AND THERE ARE ALWASYS SOME HEADY ONCE'S.
THE HARDEST PART OF THE JOB MOST TIMES IS THE COMMUNICATION, COMMUNICATING WITH THE WORKERS ARE VERY DIFFICULT IF YOU DON'T HAVE A SUPERVISOR WHO SPEAKE ENGLISH FLUENTLY.
MOST TIME AFTER SETTING UP AND INSTALLING ALL EQUIPMENTS, THE REST OF THE DAY IS JUST TO INSPECT THE CONTAINMENT AND FOLLOW UP WITH PROCEDURES ACCORDING TO SPECIFICATION. – less
Not a bad job for those who like to travel. Get to meet different types of people while performing the job required. Typical day consists of either working in the lab testing, repairing and cleaning rubber gloves, sleves, hotsticks, rubber blankets, and getting orders ready to ship out to customers, or going to Electric Cooperatives to do the same work – more... onsite with the exception of rubber gloves and sleeves. – less
Lead Special Inspector (Former Employee), Portland Oregon – March 7, 2013
Pros: professional atmosphere, trust and support.
PSI Offered a fantastic environment where I was challenged and given responsibility on a level not often found in larger corporations. I was trusted with the decisions I made and supported by the staff.
Its a good job for someone who isnt really worried about the income.
Administration assistant and Test Proctor (Current Employee), Southfield, MI – February 11, 2013
A day at the job is pretty much calm, we work with the clients and help them get what they need to get handled. You usually only work with one other person in a work day. The hard part about the job is sometimes dealing with irate clients.
Finance Specialist (Former Employee), Chicago, IL – February 1, 2013
Every morning I received my work from my supervisor. I started to do account reviews, to calculate child support arrears. The management was good. I had good relationship with my co-workers, we were helping each other. Sometimes we were required to help Customer Service Unit . The most enjoyable part of my work was to help the children to receive their – more... support. – less
Financial Analyst (Former Employee), Batimore. MD – January 1, 2013
Determine target market. Find cost of production vis-a-vis selling price. Calculate exactly how much it will cost to provide service. Analysis of performance versus forecast. Financial Planning. Interpretation of financial statements. Preparation of financial information to be presented to management and board
Ran a machine, rotated around the line. Learned to work push on and spin on machines. Never seen management, co workers were great trained me and helped me out when I needed it. Lots of support. hardest part was trying to keep up while learning the job. The most enjoyable part is the co workers
INTERACTION WITH HIV PATIENTS & EDUCATION TO THE DESIRED COMMUNITY WITH THE HELP OF TOP OFFICIAL
Sales Executive (Former Employee), Warangal, AP – December 15, 2012
Cons: no more growth with my carrier
IT IS GOOD FOR ME IN THE NGO SECTOR. I SEEN LIFE OF HIV PATIENT. SEX WORKERS LIFE. MANAGEMENT IS HELPFUL IN THESE REGARDS. ENTIRE PERIOD IAM SATISFIED. EVERY YEAR IN THE LAST WORKING DAYS WITH ALL THE TEAM MATES IN RESORTS.