Temp (Former Employee) – Columbus, OH – August 20, 2017
It's a temp agency, there's not really much to say. The management was pretty bad, about the only thing they did right was to pay their employees on time, and most of the time the check was the right amount.
Light industrial temp for Viam (Former Employee) – Manchester, TN – July 12, 2017
My days usually consisted of production and quality. I learned how to do data base entry and inventory for a factory. Management at the factory I was placed at was ok. Hardest part of the job was heavy lifting from time to time. It was definitely a competitive work environment. Most enjoyable part of the day was the lunch break and achieving the daily amount required.
Engineering Technician (Former Employee) – Boulder, CO – May 24, 2017
The job assignments were consistently satisfying, spanning everything from R&D to manufacturing production.
Unfortunately, Boulder Colorado has a mile high elevation and the result is stunted brain development due to the lack of oxygen for the indigenous population. That results in exposure to strange intellectual anomalies including unpatriotic attitudes and weak political and cultural values. Boulder is uniquely UN-American in its socialism and very high taxation, "tolerance" and left-wing extremism. Too bad; the geography is spectacular.
Antagonistic work peers with low skill and high self-regard.
Clerical Assistant (Former Employee) – Air Gas, Twinsburgh, OH – May 23, 2017
While employed by Staffing Solutions, I enjoyed a pleasant work environment at the job site where I was placed. I learned quite a bit about heavy duty trucks. My employer at the job site was very flexible as far as lunch hour and breaks were concerned. The most enjoyable part of my job was getting to know different folks and their personalities.
My employment was enjoyable. The people with whom I worked at the job site (five guys and one female) were always very cordial and willing to help if I had a question, or encountered a problem.
Recruiter (Former Employee) – Houston, TX – May 1, 2017
This was my first job after Incarnate Word. My manager was awesome, as well as the lead recruiter. The pay was not so good, and I was laid off when we lost a major client. Once they received additional business at the branch, they hired another female and never gave me the opportunity to come back; thought that was pretty sad considering I stuck with them through the rough times.