SUPERVISOR/ OPERATIONS MANAGER (Current Employee) – Grawn, MI – June 19, 2016
A typical day at work was managing my employees to keep in compliance with the factories cleaning needs. Mondays were the heaviest days in the Office: ADP,. Forecasting, Costing, Purchasing, Scheduling Training.
Captain of Cheer-leading squad (Former Employee) – Charleston, SC – May 18, 2016
I would like to be a part of a team where the people are first and management acknowledges those who honor that and have integrity through the day. I have no problem with following orders and or building a team that make my company look good and excell over the competition.
Technician (Current Employee) – new england – May 9, 2016
Started out working with an experienced tech for 2 weeks. After 1 week of training on servicing timelocks i was shown how to clean the bank vaults. I was sent out to do partial PM's which was mainly cleaning. The majority of jobs were located in another state and they promised that once i completed these jobs i would receive jobs in my state and complete training in timelocks. I completed those jobs putting over 7,000 miles on my personal vehicle and when i asked for more jobs they told me that they only had 15 for the month which lasts about 3 days a week if i dragged them out. They told me that i could go train in another state 6 hours away doing cctv work. They told me it would take about 2 weeks and then they'd bring me back to my home state to train in another area. I spoke with the lady heading up the team and she stated that i would have plenty of work in the state 6 hours away till the rest of the year. Meaning i would have to live out there till the end of the year in a hotel. If you are single and are willing to travel far this job is for you. If you have a family or plans for a family this will throw a wrench in your future. They do not tell you this beforehand. They just say this is how it is and they'd hate to lay you off because of the lack of work in your area. I wish they had told me this beforehand because i wouldn't even have applied.
Senior Case Manager WFNJ (Current Employee) – Hackensack, NJ – March 18, 2016
Working for Team Management 2000, Inc. has taught me to multi task from being a senior case manager handling a work load of 100+ clients and then shifting to front desk receptionist screening phone calls assistance clients with scheduled appointments.
Records Manager (Current Employee) – Walnut Creek, CA – January 28, 2016
Does not pay well and never are compensated yearly worth while. Still is a reliable secure employment. Would prefer not to work with a Third Party like Canon Business Process Solutions. Canon does not pay or care about their employees. There are far to many globally. So they are a money making machine that pays the bare minimum that gives 30 cent raises and christmas bonuses of 5 dollars. Horrible.
Promotions Specialist (Current Employee) – Kansas City, MO – January 17, 2016
I work in the alcohol division. We have a contract with a major beer company. I travel to different accounts and demo the products. They pay very well and offer great schedule flexibility. Management is great.
Electronic Security Service Technician (Former Employee) – Secaucus, NJ – December 18, 2015
Electronic Security Service Technician for Bank of America Provided on site diagnosis of problems, performed non-technical fixes, preventive maintenance and scheduled cleanings, troubleshot and repaired system failures, escalated problems when necessary and accurately reported service data.
Helper/Laborer (Former Employee) – KY – December 18, 2015
i was a helper that was learning how to work in the Heat Treatment business i was being showed how to pull cables and put heaters on the pipes then i would help put on the TC wires and i was showed how to watch the console and the recorders
i was given a place to live in a hotel until the job was done
getting use to one place!! then i had to go but oh well!
great place to work you meet so many people and go so many places. and the salary is also great. the main function of the job is to give out free beer to people of age or the target market. the promotions are usually 1-3 hours long but the money adds up
(contribution to sales), Betz Laboratories (Former Employee) – Cleveland, OH – November 24, 2015
I get a lot of satisfaction working with the sales team. They make the sale and I'll go in to manage the sale.
The best part was interacting with the customer of campus. Inviting them to sports events and dinning. Training their staff on a yearly basis. Keeping them abreast of new technologies on the market that will conserve energy and save money
Customer Focus Project Leader (Former Employee) – West Chester, PA – November 13, 2015
QVC is a challenging and exciting place to work, with friendly and talented people to support you. A live show and a wide variety of products for sale make the business model both successful and unique.
Area Lead (Former Employee) – Kansas City, MO – November 12, 2015
I maintained account relations and scheduled promotional events on a daily basis. My Event Manager was a close friend and an amazing person to work with. It was great to be a part of such an awesome team.