Customer Service Representative (Current Employee) – Celina, OH – February 19, 2017
This is a secure job. There is no lack of work in the customer service department. The work is not split equally throughout the department however. Those with higher skill levels tend to be given greater workloads, leading to an unbalanced workload within the department.
This was a great place to start adulthood. They are very lack on professionalism. You will learn a lot of great skill so take with you as your further a career but most companies do not function the way this one does. The way technology is growing their market share is dwindling.
Business Applications Developer (Former Employee) – Houston, TX – December 28, 2016
Don't need experience to start because they will train you. You just need to pass some IQ like tests. The job in general is at a reasonable pace and they give you your own office.
It's a hierarchical structured company but management is supportive and approachable. It does kind of feel a bit big-brother like with the web-browsing monitoring, and weird limits on striking up conversations with people with other departments over the intranet chat.
The pay and benefits are reasonable but the technology is so specific to the company that you're skills aren't directly transferrable unless you're really into COBOL or Pick BASIC. Lots of workers have been there for a long time so the jobs and company seems stable.
Other notes: cafeteria food is not that healthy so plan on bringing your own lunch everyday.
Housekeeper (Former Employee) – Dayton, OH – December 8, 2016
The one thing about this job was it was monotonous. Same thing everyday. Vacuuming, dusting, cleaning rest rooms and cleaning up after people. Management was okay but they had their favorites which made it hard to move up in the company.
Digital Marketing Graphic Designer (Former Employee) – Houston, TX – November 30, 2016
Design at Naked Lime Marketing sees its share of issues but the team is GREAT and works hard to overcome obstacles together. My supervisor was awesome. Inter-departmental communication is shoddy at best and can lead to unnecessary problems. Plenty of after work activities available. They promote from within, so with hard work you can advance to higher positions.
Press Helper at The Reynolds and Reynolds Company April 1990 - January 1992 (1 year 10 months) * Assisted press operators in set-ups * Kept roller splicer loaded with paper to ensure continuous running of the press * Assisted press operator in color changes (wash ups), rollers and fountains * Supplied presses with ink, blanket wash, tags, sharp perforation and sliiter wheels * Jogged forms for delivery to cutter
Bindery Operator at The Reynolds and Reynolds Company October 1988 - April 1990 (1 year 7 months) * Inspected jobs at collectors for perforations, carton quantity and carton size * Read job tickets for specific bindery instructions * Operated a variety of bindery equipment, cutter, drill press, shrink wraps, punch, coil and stitched * Prepared finished products and materials for shipment, including completion of required shipping documents.
Steady Job, but varying degrees of compensation to work performed.
Team Leader/Bench Technician (Former Employee) – College Station, TX – October 5, 2016
I learned alot, having a very technical job. Management was tight and hardworking in my department, but the transparency into other departments gave light to how relaxed other departments had it. The turn-over rate was all around pretty high. Mostly, the full time staff was pretty stable, and part timers who wanted to stay there did, but people grew wary of the conditions in my department specifically very fast, so students often quite fast. As such the culture was a mixed bag, depending on the age of the current crew. Hardest part of the job was retraining new employees so often. The most enjoyable was the facility's assets, suchs as onsite caffeteria and gym.
Steady environment, and job security
Job difficulty varied greatly between departments, but compensation didn't.
Field Service Engineer (Former Employee) – Burbank, CA – September 19, 2016
Although their are problems with management and handling of logistics, overall working as a FSE was easy in terms of setting your own time. They are however stuck in the old way of doing things in terms of paperwork and no good way of streamlining things with the computer.