Receptionist/Administrator/Legal Secretary (Former Employee) – London – June 18, 2014
I came from unemployment originally. I was employed to help the two sisters that worked there before me. By the time I got to working there, they (the sisters) had been working there for 6 years and knew the company inside & out. As I had been unemployed for 3 months (by the time I got a job with Technical Connection), I was very eager to please and never wanted to put a foot wrong. When I joined TC there was only 6 people working in the company. Even though I was employed as a Part-time Filing Clerk, As soon as I passed my probation, No two days were the same, sometimes we were mad busy & sometimes it was pretty quite. Everyone was friendly & nice. I was gradually made full time and thankfully, not just filing all the time anymore. I was very happy about this, soon I was writing reports using my audio typing skills & doing PowerPoint presentations. The girls & I were a brilliant & very happy working team together. Only because of the economic downturn was I very sadly made redundant. Everyone was very sorry to see me go and even though I was being made redundant I had a brilliant leaving party! It was a very lovely place to work for.
Medical Support Assistant- Surgical Services (Former Employee) – White River Junction, VT – November 9, 2015
loved working for the VA though this company temporary placement office staff was pleasant fast-paced environment company extended my contract multiple time Chief of Surgery really tried to pull strings to keep me as a full-time employee Co-workers appreciated my excellent work Veterans looked forward to seeing me
UCLA Product Manager, UCLA Telecommunications (Former Employee) – Los Angeles, CA – March 24, 2015
Technical Connections was a consulting firm that placed me with UCLA's telecommunications department. I enjoyed working as a product manager researching and writing recommendations and procedures for bringing in new products to be used by the department.
awesome company, poor pay but free health ins mon-fri job, the old man can be an idiot but he is alot better when his son who runs the company isnt around, the son forgets to order stuff then its your fault when they dont have it