letting my clients know im hard working i strive to be the best however im a great amount of fun and this shows that are company is great fun.
Marketing Development Manager (Current Employee) – Western Cape, MTN and Vodacom stores – February 19, 2013
My 1st store visit starts at 8:30 where i give a group training session for 30 min. I then see the rest of my stores my concentrating on methods to increase sales on a daily basis. I have leanred that clients are never brand loyal, its what you as a brand can do for them. I am magement, and i have learned from past managers that you as a manager needs to be part of teh team as in getting your hands dirty with staff as this shows them that we are A TEAM. I manage 2 staff in the Western Cape anad we get along very well as they know im mangement however i have an open door policy and im always willing to help them. Hardest part of my job is that i work from 8:00 -17:00 and from 18:30 - 22:00 i do my administration as we dont get allocated time for or admin in the week Working with people, i enjoy selling our products to the sales staff, i enjoy giving training sessions and i enjoy working with a Big Team.
pertol card, car allowance, medical aid, pension fund, cell phone allaowance
Senior System Engineer / Team Lead (Current Employee) – San Mateo, CA – January 12, 2016
I worked 9+ years in sony mobile, Mix Culture good benefits and it was good overall till 2014. because of strong challenges in mobile business from Apple, Samsung and other running with lots of restructuring and cost cutting. too much running on paper these days :(
Sony Mobile in US, has a terrific work/life balance with flexibility in work hours, tremendous benefits package, and excellent career advancement opportunities. A wonderful creative environment to be a part of.
fresh fruit fridays, bagel tuesday, generous pto
closing the doors in atlanta and moving to california
Strategic Sourcing (Current Employee) – San Mateo, CA – October 12, 2015
The work atmosphere is great and the team I support is fabulous! Everyone is very friendly and helpful. The support I receive from my managers has been the best ever. They are easy to communicate with and always supportive and flexible.
I was able to work a long side corporate and legal departments. I was able to help advance technical writing for technical and customer service departments. I was able to work with other cultures due to my ability to communicate connect clearly.
positive energy, highly motivated, and to make new friends
Administrative Assistant, VP of Development (Current Employee) – Redwood City, CA – May 30, 2012
I enjoy interfacing with my co-workers everyday. They are pleasant and fun to work with. Every day is different with purchasing items for testing, to meetings and events. They count on me to get the job done quickly and to help solve many issues including problems with computers, contractors, status reports, HR issues, SAP training, and general questions pertaining to company policies and who to contact. The hardest part of my job is having to rely on someone else to provide me the information in a timely manner, especially if it's international. I am a "people person" and I enjoy helping out others at work and my home life. It's a good day for me if I can help someone make it better for them.
free lunch, gym memberships, 3wks vac, 2wks sick, flexible hrs, medical premiums are 100% paid by company, and stock options.
Executve Administrative Assistant/Office Manager (Former Employee) – San Mateo, CA – September 8, 2014
My 6 1/2 years with Sony Mobile has given me the pleasure to work in building strong relationships and to be a part of great team. Fun, love my parties, and to be there to assist their needs with confidence, and a smile to say " It's done". My overall review, is that I will miss them, and I hope to find another great company like Sony Mobile.
Systems Software Engineer (Current Employee) – JPC – June 5, 2012
Its a usual 8-hour job with occasional overtime work when necessary. The start time is flexible as long as you complete 40-hours in a week. There is much to learn in the field of mobile communications. The hardest part of the job is when critical issues come up and the release date is already near. As in any company, you will receive some pressure as well as needed support from peers as well as immediate superiors. The most enjoyable part of the job is being well informed of the latest in the mobile industry.