Customer Service Representative (Current Employee) – Hunt Valley, MD – June 23, 2016
Working with TCC with has provided me with time management skills, There isnt a particular sector of the work that i would consider "hard". With the proper tools/resources I was able to overcome any hardships. Very Diverse company.
Occasional free lunch
lack of organization, horrible communication skills
Retail Sales Rep (Current Employee) – Bolingbrook, IL – January 7, 2016
they hire outside companies to give them ideas. they do not compensate the employees that do extremely well. the company does not know what way to go all they care about is money. they do things that are unethical
Fast past, productive and has an exciting atmosphere of business. Associates are friendly and welcomes you with a warm smile. I have grown to be a stronger leader. My communication skills have also grown an developed upon working at TCC Book-Store.
Oxford Club Representative (Current Employee) – 230 Schilling Circle – August 11, 2014
Was by far my best, wasn't the worst. I acquired the skill of dedication to the major affecting changes. I adored the work even more due the the extensive circumstances. Lots of hard work with little to no reward. I enjoyed learning the different strikes with the marketing business. Learned all of the ins and outs.
learing the marketing businness, and all of its operations
Productive and with a lot of growing opportunity in a short term
Roadside Assistance Service Representative (Former Employee) – Rio Piedras, PR – September 9, 2013
a typical day at work, always had tasks to perform what you learned-submitting in team and handle situations dificles management-understanding, communicative, reasonable, cooperative, talkative your co-workers-especially very communicative and cooperative group, where we split the tasks always the hardest part of the job, working with difficult clients and can not satidfacer all your needs at the time the most enjoyable part of the job, since I arrived until I was
free lunch, reasonable working hours, good communication with supervisors, recognition for good work
Office Assistant (Current Employee) – Norfolk, VA – December 23, 2013
A typical day at work are keeping track of students internship information, filing, looking over resumes, answering and responding to students questions and assisting them as needed, answering the telephone and planning school events. What I learned in this position is that time management and being proactive is a great key to success. I believe that everyone should respect and submit to management. In order to be a great manager, you have to be able to submit then you can commit. My co-workers are my motivation to work to the fullest of my potential.The hardest part of my job is me not knowing when to stop working. The most enjoyable part of my job is making my boss job easy as possible.
a facility that is going to help excell my career 5 stars
attending fall semester in Criminal Justice (Current Employee) – northeast f.w. – September 15, 2013
A typical day at work for me would be that I put my best foot forward and acheived something I did not know the day before. I strive to learn as much as I can and as much as the company I work for will let me, I am a go getter and like to excell. I have about 10 years in management positions, 8 years of it was running my own company. If you would like I have reference letters from co-workers as well as longtime friends atesting to the type of worker and person I am. I guess for me the hardest part of the job would have to be the first day, learning a new job and becoming familiar with the unfamiliar surroundings. Enjoyable part of a job is knowing I was good enough to be a part of a company that feels I could be an asset and I can learn new areas and advance in my career goals in the near future.
Student (Former Employee) – Portsmouth, VA – May 19, 2014
I have made an A in every single welding class I have taken. My teachers were very helpful in making me a proficient welder. I am excited about getting into the welding workforce and learning more about the field.