Typical day for me started before the first calls were to be made. My job duties evolved and fluctuated daily. I learned how to be tough skin and read through BS better than ever before. Management was touch and go on the floor, and the hardest part of my job was the day to day struggle with doing whats right. The most enjoyable part of my job was the office co-workers I had the privilege to work with. This was a God move and it was past time for me to go when I did. I can truly say, I wouldn't change this experience for anything in the world. It has made me the woman I am today.
A typical day at work varies based on the sales for the week; it could be very overwhelming or the system could crash... I learned to be prepared for anything on any given day. Management was not always on the same page with needs and wants, so it made it very hard to do my job. Most of my co-workers had my respect and vise versa, but there were a few that had alternative motives on a daily basis. The hardest part of my job was enforcing policy and procedure, without the backup of my superiors. The most enjoyable part of the job was problem solving with my office staff, and hearing positive feedback from the clients and customers.
Great office manager, having my own office off the main floor.
Short to no breaks daily, having to work from home on sick days, no work/life balance.
Food server (Former Employee) – Dallas, TX – August 14, 2015
Working for this company was an experience. This job was my first time cooking, serving and interacting with children. It wa a summer job and thats what i liked about it. Managers were always nice and helpfull.
information specialist (Former Employee) – Rockville, MD – February 15, 2013
shs was eager acquire federal grants for monetary gain without investing in proper training for employees. as they acquired more contracts, they failed to offer proper support and training. the transition from an information & referral line to a crisis/suicide line without training employees presented a danger to not only the employee, but the callers in distress, as well.
Billing Representative (Current Employee) – Mobile, AL – February 10, 2014
Able to work at your own pace independently. nice environment. most enjoyable part of the job is gaining 3 good friends. hardest part of the job is when you get patients who can't understand whats going on and blame you for it.
flexible with children
only 30 minute lunch break, no room for advancement