Volunteer Representative (Former Employee) – Provo, UT – April 25, 2016
i loved the time serving as an lds missionary, i spent time in houses, buildings and streets teaching about god. I learned to have communications skills in Spanish, english and Portuguese. I volunteered in many service projects.
Production Technician Lead (Current Employee) – Salt Lake City, UT – April 20, 2016
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is a good place to work. I have great opportunities to grow and learn in many different settings. I have had great coworkers that have made it enjoyable to go to work each day. Good benefits.
Incredible, life changing experience of preparation
Ecclesiastical minister- Missionary (Former Employee) – Rochester, NY – April 18, 2016
I loved my time that I spent as a missionary for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. I learned so many amazing life skills and feel far more prepared to face life challenges based on all I learned as a missionary. My service was 100% voluntary and I received no financial compensation for my 2 years of service (in fact, I paid to be on the mission), but I feel the investment of time was worth more than any amount of money could have replaced.
Missionary (Former Employee) – Denver, CO – April 13, 2016
Typical work day was talking to people, teaching people, doing service for people. I liked being able to help people. I learned how to manage time effectively, work smarter, I learned how to communicate very well with others. Met amazing people.
Lead UX (Current Employee) – Salt Lake City, UT – April 8, 2016
This is a great place to work. The hiring process is very long and takes a lot of hoops, but with such a large organization, this is expected. Projects take a long time to get through, but have a very rewarding effect on the user.
missionary (Former Employee) – United states of America – April 6, 2016
Went to US to a teacher/preacher. Meet people everyday and traveled many places to teach. Specially trained by an American to teach and help people to understand. Received a lot of awards and served in a leadership positions.
Missionary Work (Former Employee) – Fort Collins, CO – April 5, 2016
I had the best experience of my life in gaining true, lasting happiness! This came as I devoted myself to serving this mission and losing myself in it's work. I learned valuable and irreplaceable skills and experiences. Nothing compares!
Skill development, temporal needs met
Requires all your heart, mind and strength (if that is a con...)
Missionary-Washington D.C. North Mission (Former Employee) – Washington, DC – April 4, 2016
As a missionary I worked a long side many other faiths to better the community as well as provide many hours of community service. I developed better as a person as I grew to favor hard work, service and teaching people from many different backgrounds, faiths, cultures, and environments.
Structured work environment. Most of the work was done on integrity and not micromanaged.
Missionary (Former Employee) – London – March 30, 2016
On a typical day I would walk around and would talk to a variety of people from all different cultures and backgrounds. When talking to these people I would have to answer various questions that they had and respond to concerns that they had. It helped me to develope my communication skills and my ability to communicate with various cultures without offending them. The most enjoyable part for me became the people that I talked to. I really enjoyed getting to talk to people and see what they thought about the things I was speaking of and challenging myself to answer the questions that everyone had.
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.
Missionary (Former Employee) – Rancho Cucamonga, CA – March 16, 2016
I served a full-time mission, in Rancho Cucamonga California spanish speaking. I learned a lot and was able to better myself not just spiritually but also on how to deal with day to day situations and other around me.
Missionary (Former Employee) – London – March 14, 2016
This volunteer service taught me time management, how to deal with stress, quick and effective decision making, and responsibility. I learned effective communication skills and learned how to teach to the needs of others.