Student Assistant (Former Employee) – Monterey Bay, CA – May 19, 2015
I enjoyed working at Student Accounting of CSUMB. I gained extensive experience maintaining and creating spreadsheets, managing student accounts, and creating invoices for students and third parties. Everyone I worked with was warm and caring. It was a professional and fun work environment.
free food, coffee, approachable superiors
low pay, no posibility to work my way up in the company, limited hours
Great group of hard working staff members. Room for administrative growth.
Creative Director (Current Employee) – Voorhees, NJ – May 18, 2015
A great place to begin your career with tons of solid on-the-job experience. The people are great and there is a definite effort to create and maintain a team environment and positive group work culture. As you move up in the company you begin to hit a wall creatively with little to no room for professional or financial growth.
Great staff, team environment, solid early on-the-job experience
Little to no growth beyond mid-level positions. Administrative issues.
Foreman (Former Employee) – Minneapolis, MN – May 7, 2015
Never a day the same. Some were good and others resulted in tragedy. You always picked yourself up for another day. When youl deal with up to 150 drivers at any one time anything can happen and it keeps it interesting. Productive with pressure.
A typical day at work at STAR, Inc. varies but there is never a dull moment here. There are many different positions and titles and from what I have seen every position is fulfilling. Everyone is always engaged in some activity or task. I learned that you must be yourself when working for STAR and have the passion to help others. The management here is great and the working environment is even better. Co workers are friendly and caring and have a passion for what they do. The hardest part of the job is getting to understand the different clients that are here. The most enjoyable part of this job is making sure the clients are safe and living good.
Recordkeeping/Patient Care Coordinator (Former Employee) – Fort Wayne, IN – February 17, 2015
Record Keeping Continuous updating of paper files; adding physician notes, referrals, x-rays, labs, tests and procedures. Preparing files for the daily scheduled appointments with nurses or the physician. Called for pre-authorizations and medical records. Explained to the patients their responsibility to pay if insurance did not. I aided patients as they checked in/ out for procedures. I was trained to take vitals. The physician was a true joy to work for as he was very kind and patient. During the short time I worked there. I learned so much about the spine and neck injures.
Leader (tutor) (Current Employee) – Paramount, CA – January 28, 2015
I love my job, I love working with kids. I get to play games with them and teach them new things, I have gotten attached with many of them. I coach them with sports. I have learned a lot from them and from my coworkers. My coworkers are fun, and smart. They help me when I ask for help but they are also very limited to help. The hardest part of my job is to make sure my kids don't misbehave or helping them with homework because sometimes I forget a basic math rule or english rule. The most enjoyable part of my job is interacting with them during our activities.
Dance Instructor (Current Employee) – Los Angeles, CA – September 11, 2014
A typical day in the work place would begin with showing up before school is out to set up for my dance classes. Once I am all set up I would help set up snack for all the kids to have before class. This program is an after school program so I would then head to my classes (2) take roll and begin my lessons. Once the last class ended we cleaned all of the areas we used and played with the kids until they were picked up and we were able to head home. The biggest thing I have learned here is classroom management with kids. How to be effective in keeping control of your classroom while i taught. The hardest part of the job would definitely be the kids not into dancing. I would have to make sure that all of my lessons to be taught were not only technical but also very fun for everyone. The most enjoyable part of the job would be to watch the end of the session show and see your product on stage.
Substance Abuse Counselor/Case Manager (Former Employee) – Detroit, MI – July 16, 2014
Working at Star Center is a job. There is no room for advancement. The owner and her spouse is very nice and they do not deserve the kind of employees they currently have working for them. Other than that, Star would be a very nice place to work.
bonuses for christmas
employees are there just for the money. not one of them care about the clients
PACKAGING OPERATOR (Former Employee) – Fort Worth, TX – March 14, 2014
clock in at 10:30 pm , go to office to get the line up shirt to see what i be doing , first thing i do is check the press line to make sure everything running and in order , then i go clean for 30 mins or help out by unloading trucks or helping out in the office. Then once the line start we all go to our area to run the press line for 3 hours , then we take a break then get back to moving stuff with the pallet jacket.
fun and always things to be learned at this company
Billing Specialist (Current Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – July 12, 2012
go into work at 7am and prep my billing packet. Start my billing on credible. Answer phones, watch the front desk. A days worth of billing is done in 4 hours. I learned how to do mental health billing. Customer service with interacting with clients. My co-workers were awesome! The hardest part of my job is trying to concentrate if there was too much noise by the office. The most enjoyable part of my job was interacting with the clients.