Patient service Coordinator (Former Employee), baltimore,maryland – March 28, 2014
As a Patient Service Coordinator,I enjoy working hands on with the patients and learning to handle and manage different illnesses as I have had the same problems within my Family. My co-workers are usually easy to work with and we learn from each other how to make most situations bareable for the patient and their Family.
Training Analyst (Current Employee), Ramsey, NJ – March 26, 2014
It was basically what you would expect from a temp job. Full time hours. Worked in a corporate office for Konica Minolta Business Solutions. The coworkers there were great. Management was a bit of a mess. I was hoping to be able to be more analytical with the job, but that didn't work out.
Call Center Representative (Former Employee), Hartford, CT – March 25, 2014
A typical day at Waste Management consist of logging into my computer at my cubical, as well as, bringing up all my screens for the day. I would then start my day with logging into the phone system, preparing for my first call. While taking calls and multitasking, I eventually work my way through the day, working on problem solving issues. I have learned – more... how to project my voice over the phone to show the caller interest and concern in the situation at hand. I have taken training classes for emails sent internally and externally throughout the company. I have learned to work and get along with others on my team. My co-workers are helpful and understanding of the concern and urgency to complete all assignments given in an timely manner. I enjoyed the ability to be able to work alone and be independent in my daily assignments. I enjoyed the atmosphere also. The hardest part of the job was the record keeping and the quotas for the end of the day. – less
Various Administrative Assignments (Former Employee), Walnut Creek, CA – March 23, 2014
Pros: variety, continued administrative education and permanent employment.
Cons: must be flexible and prepared.
I worked for Robert Half & Assoc in the Office Team branch, as an administrative temporary employee. Office Team not is not only thorough in their testing of applicants, they also offer extensive additional education through their online portal at no cost to the employee. If a prospective employer requested a specific software that I had not used for – more... some time, I could refresh online through the Office Team Portal. The staff that I worked with was very attentive to making the right match between employee candidate and prospective employer. I left Office Team because they helped me get my permanent position with Integral Communities. – less
Administrative Assistant (Current Employee), Cedar Rapids, IA – March 21, 2014
Pros: being able to work in a position to determine if it is a good fit for me and for the employer.
Cons: not a permanent role
I have enjoyed working for Robert Half so far. They have placed me in a temp-to-hire position which has unfortunately lost their approval to hire for the position that I have worked in for nearly four months. i have learned a lot in this position and hope to be able to further my learning and experience in my next role.
Robert Half is working on assigning – more... me a new position that fits my needs and qualifications. It is my hope to find full-time placement in an Administrative/Office Assistant role soon. – less
Staff Accountant (Current Employee), Cuyahoga Falls, OH – March 20, 2014
Pros: good people and flexible
Cons: no growth potential
I have accomplished many tasks at each employer but I would like to work somewhere that would be challenging and lots of room for critical thinking skills. I also would like a place where there would posses growth potential.
Operator Clerk (Former Employee), Irving, TX – March 19, 2014
Come in start prepping the food, like mash potatoes, with or without gravy, making coleslaw and mixing/making the sweet tea, butter and bake the biscuits and have them ready to serve. Co-workers were not as friendly or helpful.
Technical Sales Support (Current Employee), Des Moines – March 18, 2014
Pros: great co-workers
Answering several lines of business phone calls, supporting two Teams and Regional Manger, multi-tasking at all times is just the beginning of a day in the Bull-pen. Creating spreadsheets, running reports on a daily basis is only just the start.