Corporate Analyst (Current Employee) – Atlanta, GA – June 26, 2017
A typical day at work is coming in and everyone greeting you with a warming smile. I learned the difference between and LLC and INC. The management team is very professional, they make sure we do our job the right way. The work place is like a second home The most enjoyable part of this job is helping people start their own businesses.
Short Term Worker (Former Employee) – Dowagiac, MI – May 14, 2017
Very high paced and a lot of information to learn. I learned skills to better multitask and to keep documents in order. The hardest part of the job was looking for information in different binders, because not every situation was the same for every customer. The most enjoyable part was the schedule and having time to spend with my family.
Operations Assistant (Former Employee) – Chicago, IL – April 5, 2017
I highly enjoyed my experience working the front desk for the reinstatement office with the Secretary of State. the benefits were good, the office was clean and organized. Unfortunately due to budget cuts in Illinois i was laid off.
Clerk (Former Employee) – Troy, MI – October 5, 2015
The wok environment is very fast pace and busy from the time you start at 9 till the time the building is closed. This job is good for a young adult looking for a career not so much for a single parent.
Breaks, sometimes the people the job is very demanding
Greeting customers and handling all their car registration and titling needs. Also, processing drivers licenses for customer, including background checks for the enhanced drivers license. My daily goal is to give every customer a better experience at the Secretary of State than they have received previously.
Great work environment.
I am a temporary working and would like a permanent position in a company
The hardest part was the stress when state would come in to evaluate the nursing home on a yearly basis and when a complaint was filed against the nursing home. The most enjoyable part was interacting with staff and the residents.