A stable, but progressive, and encouraging work environment.
Custodial Engineer (Former Employee) – Salt Lake City, UT – March 16, 2016
The managers were more human than others; to identify specific characteristics: they worked the same as other employees and associated with employees below their pay-grade, additionally they successfully created an atmosphere in which it was easy and satisfying to approach them in whatever capacity- be it struggling friend, ambitious employee, or anything in-between. I was assigned to an industrial kitchen, meaning a heavily-trafficked kitchen used daily for catering purposes. I was responsible for training employees newly introduced to the kitchen, while not being given an official title for so doing, but mostly I collaborated with other experienced employees assigned to the kitchen to divide the work in the most cost-effective manner. The hardest part of the job was the inconsistency of persons assigned to our station; it required my adapting to several different capacities for weeks on end with little notice. My co-workers were bright men and women with fascinating personalities and highly developed critical-thinking skills. It was an environment perfectly suited to learning and developing new abilities easily applied to any situation, and that's exactly what I learned there; a myriad of talents for picking new things up quickly and refining to a greater extent already existing faculties.
Free food from a grateful kitchen staff.
The hours were difficult to accommodate.