Deputy Clerk (Current Employee) – Green Cove Springs, FL – April 26, 2016
I work with a wonderful group of people. They are not only my co-workers but family. I am a very strong supporter of teamwork. Good supervisory staff. I like the type of work I do. The hardest part can sometimes be some of cases I come across. I enjoy helping people. I love to work
Warehouse Worker (Current Employee) – Forest Lake, MN – July 5, 2016
days are very busy, I learned the basics of warehouse. the management is laid back. People are easy to get along with. the location is very close to my home in Hugo, MN. they offer four day work weeks and their PTO is reasonable.
PASTRY CHEF (Former Employee) – Siloam Springs, AR – September 5, 2015
Baking daily breads for front of house use and desserts for menu. Worked in large kitchen behind separate counter. Not much Socializing in the morning because there were only 2 of us, but on weekend I had a great time working with other cooks and chef was very friendly.
ADMINSTRATIVE COOK/ TEACHER (Former Employee) – Center, CO – August 9, 2015
It was a fun work place on some occasions, the management there needed some help with day to day things. It was all about numbers and rankings, not a place to grow and develop personally. I expect these things to happen in a small company just starting to grow there roots.
Office Manager (Former Employee) – Center, CO – July 17, 2015
Loved this job. Completed the task of entering all the client in a database system. Answered the phones, scheduled appointments. Worked part-time and first and then full-time while completing my degree.
Section/ Team Leader (Former Employee) – Martinsville, Va – June 3, 2015
Setting up the work that were going to be produced for the day, making sure boxes and the labels and bags, where provided. I had to also make sure the workers were doing the job performance for the team to meet production. My team were hard working, and greatly motivated to do the best they could. The most enjoyable part of my job was meeting production and everyone happy to have played a part, and be awarded in pay for it.
meeting people, special dinners, benefits
last minute work, mechanical problems with machines
Externship - Rehabilitation Facility (Former Employee) – Centennial, CO – October 4, 2014
Applying confirmed data of Primary and secondary insurances of patients submitted into the facility. Rates of coverage, days of coverage insured. Applying notices to patients of such changes. Financial record keeping, inventory control, and lastly clerical duties with supply storage.
a truly incredible supervisor.
honestly no availible openings in such position or those related in category there.
Information Manager, Integration Division (Former Employee) – Center, CO – August 26, 2014
Administrative Work Logistics/Supply Budget/Travel Financial Account Management Personnel Management Phone and Computer Support Event Coordination/Planning Fundraising Multi-faceted, Multi-tiered Security Functions Fire and Safety
I learned how to sew and fold sheets both fitted and flat. I learned how to sew the corners of a flat sheet and hospital sheets. I learned how run and thread and Texpa machine for both fitted and flat sheets.
Administrative Support, Center (Current Employee) – Centennial, CO – May 24, 2014
heavy telephone and front desk assistance, shipping, receiving, data entry, census and manual, form updating, medical claim submissions, collections, appointment scheduling, medical record scanning, deposits, supply orders. I enjoyed the variety, the positive new atmosphere.
MACHINE OPERATOR/PACKER/INSTRUCTER (Former Employee) – SC – August 13, 2013
I learned team work. Patience, how to be a people's person. And how to respect what management asked of me and try to perform to the best of my ability of my task at hand. And always tryed to respect my co-workers feelings. The hardest part of the job was well it wasnt really nothing to hard about the job. The most enjoyable part of the job where the people and the positive attitude I kept with everyone.