Escort, Security Monitor (Former Employee) – Vienna, VA – November 9, 2013
A day at work consist of relieving co-workers of their duties and taking over where they left off. What I learned is that you have to do your job in order for things to run smoothly and for the most part, everything ran very smoothly. My co-workers were nice professional people. The hardest part of the job was staying alert for 8 hour night-shift that you were required to work. The most enjoyable part of the job was knowing that I and everyone else that we all did a great job. Management did what they were required to do.
30 minute breaks.
no healthcare, no raise and no recognition and no paid holidays.
Assembly Line Worker and Receptionist (Former Employee) – Long Beach, CA – January 27, 2016
A typical day at work, would involve fast pace and multitasking. I learned new task and was able to enhance existing skills. Management was understanding; helpful and grateful for accomplishments. The co-workers I worked with were team players. The hardest part of the job was to ensure work done at the end of the day, when the tools needed aren't available. The most enjoyable part of the job is to hear the customers satisfaction and a praise from the Management.
management tried very hard to assist in finding jobs
Machine Operator (Former Employee) – Des Moines, IA – January 24, 2016
I enjoyed working there because it was never dull and had a variety of assignments which increased my back round the management wasn't always upfront about what job entails but was good in acquiring jobs just that most were beneath my experience level and pay grade , but was very good if I needed quick cash. a start up position or stepping stone if you will
Senior Account Rep (Former Employee) – Williamsville, NY – November 18, 2015
I really enjoyed the management team here. They are bright and communicate in such a real way. My supervisor was able to lead out team to win several awards. The departments work together very well the security system could stand an update but everything else about this place was top notch.
Excellent working environment working with Military personnel
Program Controls Analyst / Master Scheduler (Former Employee) – Orlando, FL – January 5, 2016
Very Challenging and precise work working with Military personnel and different personalities. I enjoyed being part of a team that created software training for new solders in an effort to save their lives without actual combat training on the ground.
Sr Tax/Payroll Administrator Contractor (Former Employee) – Houston, TX – January 11, 2016
I really learned a lot here. Most of the process are manual. This office is extremely busy. The manager is definitely a working manager and puts in a lot of hours. There needs to be more checks and balances and less manual process.
Accounts Payable Specialist • efficiently processed a high volume of vendor invoices and daily check requests using Oracle and SAP software • Collaborated with project managers and buyers on invoices and billing issues and constructed excel spreadsheets for vendors that are at risk accounts • Coordinated approval process on all invoices and check requests • Balanced batch summaries report for manager approval • Tracked and took all discounts offered from vendors • Worked closely with department managers and buyers for specific data creating purchase orders and contracts for vendors • Checked the accuracy of figures and calculations on invoices, check requests and vouchers
Electrician (Former Employee) – Houston, TX – October 10, 2012
Siemens' company had no or little opportunity for advancement. Immediate supervision had good and bad personnel to deal with on a daily basis. Workload was inconsistent which eventually led to being laid-off, despite "insurances" from management that work will picking up and that when work DOES pick up, they will call me back. Attempted to work as an assistant to the Safety Supervisor, but was unable to secure that opportunity. Co-workers were in general good to work with and made the job the most enjoyable part of the job. Dealing the attitude of one of the immediate supervisors and working a "graveyard" shift were the most difficult part of the job.
location of work, compensation, limited pressure while performing work, co-workers.
immediate supervision, inconsistent workload, no realistic opportunity for advancement, no benefits attained do to time of release.
Telecom Billing Analyst (Former Employee) – Folsom, CA – February 19, 2015
Professional, resourceful, and intelligent staffing agency with a variety of high-level contacts in the business and technical fields. Interview and hiring processes are handled efficiently and quickly.
Temporary assignments (Current Employee) – Lake Buena Vista, FL – October 16, 2015
I have been with Superior for four years and I have had long as well as short term assignments. They have all been with the Walt Disney Company and every assignment I had, I have met wonderful people along the way. I absolutely LOVE working for Disney. I have learned so much here and I hope to continue to do so.
I am a contractor employee assigned Xerox orders to train customers. My company's number one priority is fulfil their client's objectives.
Xerox Customer Education Trainer (Current Employee) – Williamsville, NY – August 14, 2012
I am assigned new orders through an online system whereby I contact Xerox customers and introduce myself as their Xerox trainer, and schedule a convenient training date. I follow up with outstanding orders and close them out once they are complete. I have learned self discipline and organizational skills to make me successful. Customer satisfaction results in my job success. Management is polite and responsive; however not an advocate for employee needs. I do not work directly with coworkers because I work independently. The most difficult part of the job is the work fluctuates with highs and lows in the economy. I enjoy working with customers and helping them find solutions in their business environment. I also enjoy developing useful documentation to help the customer post training.
Customer Service Associate (Former Employee) – Queens, NY – August 2, 2012
Working for a Citi group has been one of the best experiences for me. i have obtained more knowledge about maintaining clients and building repore. management would push us to bring more clients in and sale more products and this was good because we did receive a bonus for sales. the co workers are great to work with and it was a friendly environment, however sometimes customers will be upset if you are not timely with their transactions. it was a great working with this company.
Recruiter (Former Employee) – Florida – January 30, 2013
Everything about this company is rotten. It's a private firm and nepotism runs wild. Some of their employees are bullies, racists, and/or sexist. They cannot meet sales expectations (over-sell products/service and under deliver), and downright lie to their customers. They treat their employees like a commodity, pay them low wages, offer them little to no real chance for significant commissions, offer terrible benefits options, and allow the top tier of employees to siphon off all of the "high dollar" work. What’s worse is that they partially outsource their workforce to countries with cheap labor- and they don’t tell their customers (some prime government contractors) they do this.
Electrical and Electronic Equipment Assembler (Former Employee) – Nashua NH – March 28, 2012
Job location was BAE Systems in Nashua NH, I enjoyed working there. Job was soldering, wiring and I was trained in potting. My co-worker were the best if I was having any problems they were right there to help me. A typical day was being productive without any pressure. The hardest part of the job was when the work was all done and we had to wait for the next job to come in the department. The enjoyable part was being able to listen our ipods as we did our job. I would go back to this company if they were in need of help again.
Flexible, but no room to advance and no salary increases.
Customer Education Trainer (Former Employee) – Williamsville, NY – December 18, 2012
Flexible, but only one small salary and mileage increase in six years. Also had a 25% travel pay reduction enforced right before I resigned. Management didn't appear to truly listen or hear concerns. I didn't feel as if I was a valued employee at this company although I committed six years.