Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Richardson, TX – April 23, 2017
I love working there because of the elderly I deal with over the phone. The company was okay at times I didn't have a complaint. Yes they require you to be focus while working there no family or kids doesn't count to them.
Accountant/CPA Associate (Former Employee) – Louisville, KY – March 13, 2014
Tax season: Preparation of individual, corporate, partnership returns.
Auditing: Working with co workers to complete Reviews and compilations assigned.
The hardest part of public accounting is the long hours. It was difficult to maintain family time and responsibilities due to the work schedule. The most enjoyable part of my job was the continuous change in assignments. The assignment of new client and determining and meeting their needs. :
Diversified people that worked well together sharing ideas and getting the job done to satisfaction of customer.
Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – October 11, 2013
Great place to work, people actually work as a team to get the job done. Was very happy there, worked with many knowledgeable people who worked together, learned skills from each other. Hardest part, this is something that did not exist. I was grateful to work there. Most enjoyable part was working with great people from all diversities.
Occasional free lunch, bonuses, after work get togethers
8th Grade Math Teacher/Administrative Intern (Current Employee) – Dallas, TX – May 2, 2013
This district provides a variety of resources and trainings to personally and professionally develop its members. However the professional development trainings and all the other stuff that is required may be a determent for educators, especially those with families. This review may change depending on the school. I enjoyed my previous schools because of the warm rich atmosphere which initially gave me a very good impression of the district. However the changing of schools also changed my impression. The cliquish nature and favoritism advanced by administration resulting in many being overlooked as well as resulting in passive aggressive actions. As I am well established and no my rights and responsibilities, these actions do not bother me but often detour others that have decided to move to other schools are districts. As a whole this district often forgets that its population has changed and thus has not made the provisions to educate its black and brown students. Neither the staff nor the administration reflects this diversity!
A wealth of resouces, established scope and sequence (mapped out curriculum)
Depending on the school: school culture, climate, its ability to support and engage the learning of its students of color, as well as the support teachers of color, favoritism, multiple traninig requirement (especially if you are in a TAP school)