working as a production assistant is very hard work, you often work over 80 hours in a week and frequently have to work odd hours. There is not a lot of job security as you need to constantly find new projects to work on, you are only paid 150$ for 12 hours of work However, you get to work alongside very successful people and have a first hand look at how great shows are made
Up and Shift Supervisor (Former Employee) – Lakeland, FL – March 27, 2017
Really enjoyed working there. And I learned more things working there. And the other staff members were very helpful. It was fast paced. But the work became slow and was told that if business did not pick up. That they might close.
Office Manager/Bookkeeper (Former Employee) – Bixby, OK – March 19, 2017
A typical day at work started with wondering where the owner/manager would be present or at least able to be communicated with. He suffered a divorce and started going out of town more frequently without training me or even telling me. The Ops manager was equally out in the field, but really did not have any authority to instruct me to do anything. Very frustrating.
Amazon (picker) (Former Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – March 7, 2017
I worked at PetSmart for almost a year as a bather. The hardest part of the job is when you get over booked and some dogs are afraid of the water or the dryer. The best part of this job is that you get to be around pets at work! You do not get to play with them but you get to pet them and it's awesome! I decided to quit in December because I had a second job and management was unable to work around my new schedule. After nearly a year of working at PetSmart, I did not receive a raise. I was promised that I would be going to grooming academy in April but that to me was a long time getting paid so little. I had bills to pay and $8.50/hour was not enough.
ACTING SUPERVISOR ROLE TIME WARNER CABLE (Former Employee) – Milwaukee, WI – February 6, 2017
great place to work for. Room for advancement and to grow. You get free cable services. They have great pto as well. culture is very diverse. most enjoyable part is you get to have bonuses and win prizes
Coffee Shop Food Service Worker Supervisor (Current Employee) – Sheppard AFB, TX – October 18, 2016
Working here let me grow and gain many many skills. I get to meet people from all around the world and meet many high ranked military officials. The management is great, coworkers are great. Its like a big family working here. Do not plan on quitting any time soon
Meeting people from around the world
Sometimes takes a while to get broken things fixed
Operator (Former Employee) – Auburn, NY – January 17, 2016
none, this company is shutting its doors. I met my husband there and we lived happily ever after. it was a hard manual labor job that resulted in injuries to others and myself. I would not suggest working for this company.
Towers (Current Employee) – Lakewood, WA – January 16, 2016
A TYPICAL DAY AT WORK -
At Carla's Gifts I remember it being very calm. I dealt with customers efficiently and appropriately.
WHAT I LEARNED -
I was very young, I started this job in 2007 - 2012. However I have learned how to count money in a face pace. I learned how to solve problems and even sometimes deal with angry customers.
My mother owned this shop and her management skills were great. She was very patient with me and also told me how well I was doing when I did things correctly. She made me feel very important to her business flow.
My brother was my co-worker and we got along great.
THE HARDEST PART OF THE JOB-
The hardest part of this job would probably have to be making sure that nobody stole merchandise from this place. We didn't have any security camera's and it was just my brother, my mom, and I,
THE MOST ENJOYABLE PART OF THE JOB -
Hands down the most enjoyable part of this job would have to be interacting with the customers and seeing the satisfaction on their when they left the shop.
Mechanic (Current Employee) – Atlanta, GA – December 27, 2015
Job has no benefits at all. 1099 employees only. If you get hurt you are on your own. No paid days off or vacation pay only 30 hrs a week. This place is just a place to work until you find something else.
Operator, Guelph Tool & Die (Former Employee) – Guelph, ON – November 17, 2015
Good place to work and I got along with all of my co-workers. I was given enough time to complete my scheduled tasks.Management was not the greatest but tolerable The hardest thing about this job was trying to understand what the management team really needed. The most part of this job i was left alone which i enjoyed alot. .