Production Supervisor (Former Employee) – Washington, DC – June 13, 2016
Working longer hours at this place was enjoyable and tireless. The working environment was great and relaxing. I have learned how to manage huge projects without any stress and developed a great deal of confidence in the industry. The management was like a family and involved in every employee's life. The co-workers were very friendly and great team. The hardest part of this job was directly dealing with vendors and clients. The most enjoyable part was working for longer hours at the production floor.
Sr. field service technician (Former Employee) – Irving, TX – March 16, 2016
very good work experience and opportunity to meet some wonderful people. Opportunity to go deeper into the assembly of the machine and connect it to the software of the system and watch how each component respond to the command of the computer software. It was nice to see the machines in action and see the how my work fits in.
pay was very good. educational opportunity was just as good.
GovProp Records/Customer Service (Current Employee) – Salt Lake City, UT – May 31, 2016
Respond to phone calls and emails from Program Office. Organize tasks to be completed that day. Learned to work in Excel and PowerPoint Great Co-workers I have enjoyed every new experience working here.
Sr Technical Support -Siemens Automation Systems (Former Employee) – Texas – December 27, 2015
Superior is a contracting company for Siemens. 90% of work is done with Siemens at USPS facilities nationwide. The Job requires travel 100% and all expenses are done through the Intranet system on the Superior protocol. It is effective. I support the FPARS project for Siemens in the USPS Network nationwide.
master scheduler (Current Employee) – Pittsburgh, PA – January 6, 2016
Superior signs my checks. That is all I know of this company. I have "worked" for this company for 2 years now and do not know a single name of anyone in the management or support chain. I work all the time due to no benefits (time off or holidays). There is no security or advancement opportunity because again I know nobody in the company.
PROJECT MANAGER (Former Employee) – Beacon Falls, CT – December 1, 2015
Many accounts so very busy. Waxing floors, Washing carpets How to be Professional and make new long lasting customers. Co-workers were team players not many issues Having to work long weekends for weeks straight The people
Attendant Care Provider (Former Employee) – San Antonio, TX – September 19, 2015
a typical day at work was usually the usual daily chores,cooking cleaning,washing laundry,grocery shopping ,attending Dr. appointments. i also balanced the monthly bills and paid them too. I took care of some basic grooming for patient. I learned how to administer medication , research the mediation to ensure that all medication were not potentially harmful. The management was one person and that was the patient., I had no co-workers. the hardest part of the day was dealing with the panic attacks and violent outbursts, the dangerous situations I was put in.The days that were calm and the patient wasnt dangerous , he could be pleasing and very interesting to be around.
Attendant Care Provider (Former Employee) – San Antonio, TX – September 17, 2015
all house cleaning chores, laundry , cooking and preparing meals, paying bills balancing monthly budget. Helping with personal grooming if needed.I learned to handle people with mental disabilities.I didn't deal with management much overall okay. No co workers. the hardest part was dealing with the outbursts of the patient.the most enjoyable was the times when the patient wasn't having a episode.
Janitor/Maintenance (Former Employee) – Tamarac, FL – July 28, 2015
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.
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
Sales Associate (Current Employee) – Covina, CA – July 23, 2015
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
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.