Administrative Assistant (Current Employee), Lehi, UT – August 11, 2014
Staffing company which placed me in a great job. Easy to work with and very cooperative to help me find temporary work for a great company. I learned many different skills and made the ones I did know stronger. Management was easy to work with but when I was faced with a problem, it took them a long time to get back with me. When I got placed out on – more... my first assignment, I was missing lots of paperwork in my packet and so that was a mess but, they did eventually get it turned around. The co-workers there were a little rude. My first case worker was great. She helped me so much. But the second one, not so much. She was rude and wasn't really willing to help me when I had questions. The most enjoyable part of the job was the company they assigned me to was great. – less
customer servce (Current Employee), Las Vegas, NV – August 11, 2014
Pros: making $10/hr
Cons: working in the heat
Working for this job i had to get a good nights sleep. I would usely have to wake up early and stand outside for 8-11 hrs in the hot sun. I would have to set up cone thats are 3 miles for events. and put 100's of rails weighing 50 pounds. I have to make sure that everything goes accordingly and direct people. I learned how to be patient in working in – more... the work place but to also do thing with a high pace but very precise matter and to be very humble. MY co-worker were people from all over the place and they were very talkative people. THe hardest part my job was just having to move heavy objects for hours and still have to stand on my feet of hours after. The most enjoyable part of the job was that they gave away a lot of stuff and fed us on the job. – less
Staff Accountant (Former Employee), Rockwall, TX – August 11, 2014
I enjoyed the opportunity to work on my own to get projects done, but also enjoyed working with a team. I enjoyed the balancing of general ledger accounts and being able to do them on a deadline, working at my own pace to ge the job done. Very little supervision required, but enjoyed being able to work with the CFO.
ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT (Former Employee), Denver, CO – August 9, 2014
Pros: received a one hour lunch daily and was able to use public transportation to and from work
Cons: slow environment and a temporary assignment
I did a lot of back logged data entry into clients files. After everything was entered I would file them away. Answered an extremely busy 6 line switchboard for one hour each day. That was rotated between 5 co-workers. Everyone was willing to answer any questions that I might have.
Temporary Agent (Former Employee), Phoenix, AZ – August 9, 2014
Pros: getting to network and having new job opportunities.
Cons: contract only being 90 days long.
The agency would assign you to a company and you would work there until either the contract ended, was terminated, and you were signed on.I learned how to become a leader and how to manage teams and people.
Legal Transcriptionist (Current Employee), Appleton, WI – August 8, 2014
Assisting the paralegals with daily correspondence, gathering documentation in binders for trials. Scanning documentation. I have learned more about the legal world, it is complex but highly worth the effort in learning. When I started this position here my co-workers were extremely inviting and helpful in showing me new things and answered every question – more... I had, and I had a few, they are a joy to work with. The hardest part of this job is knowing that I am only here temporarily. When you find a position that you enjoy, a place that you would be proud to say you worked at and great people to work with, it makes you want to stick around long term. The most enjoyable part of my job is seeing what I have learned in the short time I have been there and the willingness they show in teaching me. – less
Rewarding work performed on assignments where I improved accounting skills.
ACCOUNTANT (Current Employee), Bloomington, MN – August 7, 2014
Pros: always learning new accounting systems and routines, while perfecting accounting and interpersonal skills.
Cons: learning curve experienced in trying to quickly adapt to new business environment.
I arrived at work before 8:00 am to continue with either my daily accounting tasks in A/P, A/R, Payroll or a new project assigned my the CFO. The new projects would involve working with Quickbooks information and transferring the data to MS Excel for analysis. Otherwise, during my daily routine, I was able to apply and perfect the accounting knowledge – more... I gained from school to record daily journal entries and month-end adjustments. Management was always supportive and eager to expand my accounting tasks throughout the assignment. During my various assignments, I always worked in close contact with each company's CFO and , when finished with my duties, I then communicated often with other company employees to inquire if I could assist them in their daily tasks. The hardest and most rewarding part of each assignment was learning the new computer system they utilized for recording accounting data to the point I completed tasks given quickly and on-time. However, the most enjoyable part of being a temporary worker on assignment with various was learning each company's particular business segment and associated accounting routine to record transactions and produce meaningful financial reports. – less
Staffing manager (Former Employee), Rotterdam, NY – August 7, 2014
Through education and experience I developed strong communication, analytical and organizational skills. Due to my strong communication and interpersonal skills I am a valuable team player, and combined with my motivation and drive, it will make me an appreciated colleague and employee. My passion is to live healthy and continuously educate and develop – more... my skills. I love to be in a creative, dynamic and professional working environment and I get my energy out of being surrounded by talented and ambitious people. – less