Dispatcher (Former Employee) – Corinth, TX – February 8, 2016
monitor inbound outbound calls. Manage agents Review attendance Take escalated calls Chat assistance to approve dollar amounts Training and Development Corrective action forms for agents Motivations Taking inbound overflow calls Coaching and development
the place was amazing and i loved all of the residents and the girls that worked for the place but the staff who run it are honestly terrible people a
Assistant Manager of Health and Wellness (Former Employee) – Falls, ID – December 5, 2015
Terrible terrible person who run the place and the the head nurse. I have never met more crooked people in my life! They seriously do not care about any of the residents or staff, all they care about is money and looking good to everyone!
Comfortable working conditions and current IT equipment Easy to make friends and work with colleagues Broad range of accessible in house expertise Active strategic planning in place Sophisticated clients and projects
On a day to day basis I was given a set of tasks ranging from making plans and confirming for upcoming tradeshows to researching potential clients for the sales team. I was also assisted with planning an upcoming company convention and . My co-workers were pleasant and a joy to work with. They encouraged me to strive to be the best I could be in any task I was given. The hardest part of my job was saying good bye to my friends at the end of the day. My favorite part of my job was working on the convention details with co-workers.
Dispatcher (Current Employee) – Corinth, TX – December 12, 2013
They clain open door policy, but when asked questions about finances can never give answers. Managers and floor support are always watching your every single move, if you get up to use rest room or on a call too long. micro managed.
Home Advisor (Current Employee) – Colorado Springs, CO – September 12, 2013
A typical day includes receiving about 60-80 incoming calls from homeowners in search of contractors for home improvements. I learned that patience as well as pleases and thank yous make every call successful. When it comes to management I have nothing bad to say once so ever. The supervisors on the floor go above and beyond to make every hour of the day run as smoothly as possible. When it comes to my co-workers they are truly as friendly as can be and everybody is always trying to give a hand when ever needed. I wouldn't say anything is really hard when it comes to this job. I enjoy so much but mostly talking to new people everyday and interacting with those around me.
Senior Thin Films Photolithographer Operator (Current Employee) – Millbury, MA – March 2, 2013
My personal review is not the greatest, I do have started to not like the fun parts about my job in the past couple of months. Management has changed a lot and I don't feel like the company is as stable as it has been. There is a lot of drama between engineers and departments that is hard to stay out of. I feel like this is not the company that I have always wanted to work for anymore. It has gone down hill fast.
work 4, 10 hour days per week
short breaks, management changes their mind multiple times a week about what needs to get done.
Foreman (Current Employee) – Jacksonville, FL – January 30, 2013
Work starts at 7:00 am to 5:30 pm Sun-Sat. Learned how to lead a crew and overcome any obstacles that may stand in the way of getting the job done in a timely fashion. Hardest part of the job is the long hours and long trips away from home. Most enjoyable is the medical and fincial benefits.
healthcare and 401k
short breaks, long hours and long trips away from home
Emergency Roadside Dispatcher (Former Employee) – Hickory Creek, TX – September 24, 2012
This job was pretty simple, i loved to interact with people and know that the service i was providing was helpful and provided safety and comfort to stella's members. The people here are great to work with, friendly, and and just as happy to help anyone who needs it.
relaxed enviroment, public computers, media room for breaks, cafe style cafeteria, good people.
short breaks, untrusty management, bad chairs, out dated technology.