Pros: sharp provides excellent time off and benefits, and monthly employee luncheons that celebrate employee recognition.
Cons: there was a lot of mis-communication amongst managers, employees, and clients. there wasn't any room for navigation within the organization for all employees, due to the constant downsize.
In retrospect, Sharp Electronics will always be looked at as boot camp training for Corporate America. I learned how effective oral and verbal communication is between internal and external clients. I learned how organization, using the correct recourses, and extreme confidence and knowledge come a long way when it comes to client retention, and productivity – more... amongst colleagues. As time progressed with my employment at Sharp Electronics, I was delegated infinite responsibility on the operations side of the branch. I wasn’t trained on a lot of task that were delegated to me (mileage reimbursement, purchase orders, account payable/receivable resolution, etc...); however, I learned more than I would have ever learned in collage. Multi-tasking has become second-nature for me; for example, in the midst of my assigned task, I was communicating via, phone and email with thirty-sixty clients per day, in regard to payment and service request/resolution. My cultivated skills and knowledge have grounded me to take on almost any future job/responsibility I would be a great fit for. – less