Janitor/Maintenance (Former Employee), Tamarac, FL – July 28, 2015
Cons: they lie, and want you to do so much in a little amount of time, they dont hire bi-lingual people, so its hard to communicate, they also hire very old people, so the work is doubled if youre a fit person
i worked for superior for 3 months and i unloaded and loaded the truck myself at each worksite. i was told i couldnt take a lunch break when i worked from 530pm-3am, sometimes 4. because people was quitting. it was a point where i cleaned 3 locations at night by myself for atleast 3 wks, i was told by the part owner, i would be compensated but i never did. then for all the hard work i did, they fired me.
Sales Associate (Current Employee), Covina, CA – July 23, 2015
Pros: Free Bevarges
Cons: Short breaks
This company is one of the best companies I have had the opportunity to grow and greatly succeed with. There is plenty of room for growth and the benefits are rewarding. The best thing about this company is that you are in control of how far you want to grow. Recognition is always valued, making it easy to do a great job!
Contract Senior Recruiter (Current Employee), Williamsville, NY – June 17, 2015
Pros: welcome you to apply for various opportunities
Cons: Health care coverage is expensive
Provided a solid assignment with the ability to use my skills as a part of a team, not just temp busy work. The staff is professional and curteous and have great follow-up in getting back to you with information.
Investigator (Current Employee), Milford, MI – April 3, 2015
Pros: everyday is different
Every day is different, the cases and the people we watch. The owner is a great person. Mostly deal with insurance fraud. Clients telling insurance they cant lift things, and we see them lifting heavy boxes.
bakery clerk associates (Current Employee), Fontana Ca – October 27, 2014
Pros: my customers, my checks to pay bills
Cons: my salary
I am a cashier I learned to communicate well with others. to be a team player be eager to work and always give great customer service. no matter how my day is going I still give it my 100% I learned that not everyone works the same as me but I do what I can when I am there.
Production Worker (Former Employee), Macon, MS – August 25, 2014
I just had to keep the store stocked and running smoothly, I learned how to stock shelves, the management was great, my co-workers were fun, hardest part was working in the freezer, best part was helping customers.
Office Coordinator (Former Employee), Chicago, IL – August 7, 2014
I really enjoyed my time at Superior. We all worked very close together. I got along with everyone. I enjoyed working with them in a group & when I had to do individual task. The benefits were great. I learned a lot from this job and I really miss it.
was misled when hired as cna thought it was skilled but an alf so was not happy with the pay thought being as experienced should've gotten more and was not treated as an eqeal seemed to be treated and looked down on felt like I was in high school and the workload very heavy and the residence in my point of view weren't taken care of properly but was not there long at all to really form a better oppinion
This job has been very rewarding,and a fun place to work.
Shop Manager (Former Employee), Concrete, WA – June 12, 2014
We start work early mostly by 6:00am. Right now i work in dispatch getting the jobs for the day started. Calling the customer making sure the concrete is on the job on time. Calls are always coming in and things are always changing. We try to stay up beat to keep the drivers moving which is not always easy. I learn something about people every day. They always want what they want when they want it. My job is to keep com and to let them know i will do the best i can for them. The hardest part of my job is to run this business in a professional way. The most enjoyable part comes at the end of the day and all customers are happy.
solderer, assembler, reworker (Former Employee), Indian Harbour Beach, FL – April 14, 2014
Pros: free donuts and we got free products and tee shirts.
starting day with production goals and meeting those goals for each product, the day flies by, no dragging due to lack of work. learned many tips to improve production from co-workers and leads. The most enjoyable day is Friday - donut day!