Customer Service Associate (Former Employee), Arlington, VA – January 16, 2014
• Performed XP, Win7 administration, pushed the necessary patches/updates to clients • Facilitated user migration from one PC (or operating system) to another • Monitored print queue through Proscan software and handled troubleshooting accordingly • Provided direction and coordination of activities for new employees • Handled troubleshooting and repair – more... of hardware and software server • Provided follow up of all IT-related issues and confirmed resolution of problems • Created weekly and monthly reports, managed problem follow-up and resolution through a custom-made ticketing system – less
Assistant Bookkeeper (Former Employee), Richmond, VA – September 11, 2013
Management was good Office environment friendly Wasn't there long enough to see the entire office environment. From what I gathered, it was a nice place to work. The hardest part of the job was the intensive work schedule. There was no way around making it as much efficient as possible.
shuttle driver (Current Employee), portland, or – August 22, 2013
Pros: good management team/supervisors. overall the drivers are great
Cons: pay sucks. $.30 a year raise for first 5 yrs
You start off working 3am to 1130 or 1100pm to 730am. Maybe a year of that then you might be able to get a dayshift. Management and supervisors are great. Pay not so much. 11.00 to start and .30 a year. Makes paying bills hard
Cashier (Current Employee), Cleveland, OH – August 6, 2013
Pros: my job is part time so its only a few hours a day.
Cons: the weather
A typical work day for me consist of counting out at least 3000 dollars and helping over 300 hundred customers. Its very easy the most enjoyable part of my job is getting the chance to interact with all different kinds of people.
Assistant Facility Manager (Current Employee), New Brunswick, NJ – July 28, 2013
Parking is big business in New Brunswick and with all the parking alternatives in the city, there is still not enough parking for employees, visitors, and patients of RWJUH. There are several challenges throughout the day from delivering quality customer service, meeting the clients needs, keeping a staff of 30 on task and managing the periods of peak – more... activity. In addition to some frequent and not so frequent equipment malfunctions that keeps me on my toes and very much engaged throughout the day on all aspects of the job. I've learned to be an advocate for my staff. To be firm, but fair and communicate clearly. To hold people accountable for their actions but strive to understand peoples situations and how they may impact their working lives. One of the most challenging aspects of my work is managing the many different staff personalities across 3 shifts, ensuring adequate job placement of the right people in the right roles, and meeting the needs of business partners and stakeholders. I have come to enjoy the hands on nature of the job and understanding my role in the company, the different departments and their interactions. I can also appreciate the outdoors on the beautiful days. – less
Cashier/Valet (Former Employee), Newark, NJ – June 23, 2013
Pros: exciting, fun, night life
Cons: customers under the influence
Working as a cashier for the Trump Plaza beach bar was very entertaining and exciting. I worked with wonderful co workers and it was great to see customers enjoying themselves. However, some customers can get very drunk and can also be rude at times.
Having an very energized personality I enjoyed working at the largest airpot in the world
Shuttle Driver (Former Employee), Atlanta, GA – June 21, 2013
Pros: meeting people from around the world
Cons: highly stressful due noptism which was practiced on a daily basis
I had worked for this parking company for 14 years.Within the 14 years I sharpen my people skills and was awarded over 20 Excellant Customer Sevice awards.Sub-Contracted by 2 different Management Companies (Parking CO.of America and Standard Parking). The job was fun and operated in the largest airport in the world with a fast pace environment. Until – more... hiring of family,church,friends of friends were being hired into management without the consideration of promoting employees that had been there for years. I became very disappointed in the work ethics of Standard Parking. – less
Customer Service Representative/ Trainer (Former Employee), Portland, OR – June 1, 2013
Cons: no room for advancement
Management and co-workers become your family. For everything we do, the pay sucks! We work under the PORT, so whatever the PORT says, we do. If the PORT says we can't have raises for 2 years, we won't get any raises.
As a becoming a leader in the industry, the company has lost it's touch with the behind the scenes as well as the front line employee relationships
Accounting Supervisor and Operational Support (Current Employee), Houston, TX – May 16, 2013
The lack of respect and disregard for the loyalty employees has become over whelming. Many years ago, it was a company I was proud to be a part of, now it is just a job and a struggle to accomplish each day to the best of my ability. I have so much to give and strive to be a part of a successful and respected business. This is no longer where I am. – more... I hope to find that again. – less