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Over seer is very hard to work with
Sales Associate (Former Employee), Wilmington, DEMay 28, 2014
The Major is not a easy person to work for.
Co worker great to work with
Learned alot with deversity
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helping client find and maintaing a living for their famlies
Intern (Former Employee), Fayetteville, NCMay 28, 2014
Pros: getting the experince
Cons: the process to get in the program
assist client in jobs and home finding
setting goals that they must complete
checking progress of goal setting
the hardest part is knowing their situation
the most enjoyable part is seeing the over come all odds and coming out of situation and doing better than ever
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A very enjoyable place to work
Project Manager (Former Employee), Long Beach, CAMay 27, 2014
Pros: relaxed, friendly, flexible
Cons: non-profit so the pay is a little above industry standards.
I love working at the Salvation Army. The company is a non-profit, Christian organization so it is drama free and people genuinely enjoy working there. The management is smart yet patient and you are made to feel as if you are making a difference in people's lives.
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dependable and people oriented
Regional Business Manager (Current Employee), Pottstown, PA and Norristown, PAMay 27, 2014
Pros: great benefits and flexable hours
I work on financial spreadsheets on a computer all day
I have learned to be a team player and work well with others.
I am great at time management. I work well with my co-workers and there input at work is valuable to me. The hardest part of my
job is when I get very busy. The most enjoyable part is the people
I get to help in service at The Salvation – more... Army – less
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warehouse work
Warehouse associate (Former Employee), Hyattsville, MDMay 27, 2014
to start my day was clock in then get some coffee and set up my station and get ready to price everything. i learned how to price clothes and shoes etc, and work under pressure. management was ok never had a problem out of them or they have had out of me. my co-workers where a bunch of men but they were cool made the work day go by real fast laughing – more... making jokes but got their work done on time. it was never a hard part of that job at all. i loved going to and meeting new people it was a joy to talk to different people. – less
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my job was awsome
Customer Service (Former Employee), San Diego, CAMay 27, 2014
Pros: you could buy things on sell and use your employee discount
Cons: healtcare sucked
A typical day at work, I opened the store and counted the money as well as set up things. I learned how to treat a customer who is very upset with things in the store. I my manager was awesome with timing and taking care of all the employees. The people hat I worked with had positive attitudes and very up beet about everything. Their was no hard part – more... of the job I like a challenge. The most enjoyable part about my job was helping the homeless people that came in to the store as well as the customers. – less
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Love working with the homeless and needy
Social Worker Assistant (Former Employee), Asheville, NCMay 26, 2014
Pros: sharing my lunch with a homeless person
Cons: not enough money or hours to take care of my family.
taking phone calls from those in need. Handing out food. I learned how fortunate I am. Loved my boss, she was so loving and kind. All my co-workers were beautiful people inside and out.Hardest part of the job was running out of food, or knowing the ones that needed more help and not being able to supply it.Loved knowing that my job mattered and that – more... I did something good for someone. – less
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friendly environment
Counselor/Case Manager (Former Employee), West Chester, PAMay 24, 2014
Pros: management understands people
Cons: i worked part time. so i didn't get benefits
The people that work here want to help others. The co-workers here are very friendly.
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Great after school program
Undergraduate Research (Former Employee), Reading, PAMay 23, 2014
Provides a safe and fun place for children to go after school. They are given homework help and space to run around or do crafts.
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Dispatcher (Former Employee), Columbia, SCMay 23, 2014
Office work set dates and times for deliveries and pick up and dispatch directions to the drivers
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Productive place to work with laidback customer service style
WORK/VOLUNTEER (Current Employee), Hagerstown, MDMay 22, 2014
Pros: serve community
Cons: lack ability in management and not much room for growth
This is a great place to work and gain workplace experience, or interpersonal experience. Great place for someone getting their "first job". Not much room for advancement though.
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watched kids at the salvation army
Volunteer (Former Employee), Turlock, CAMay 21, 2014
This was volunteer work to get community service hours to graduate from high school. Played Games with the kids and helped with homework.
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interresting
Kids FEAST Group Leader (Former Employee), 25 Main, st Worcester, MAMay 20, 2014
It was fun to empower the kids and to see them grow, and to help open their eyes to know possibilities.
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volunteer
Volunteer (Former Employee), San Bernardino, CAMay 20, 2014
this was a pretty fun job to do because i got to meet alot of different personalities and got a chance to give back
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Decent place for a short time
Dock Worker/ Driver (Former Employee), Bangor, MEMay 20, 2014
Face paced and can get a bit overwhelming. Not a lot of brain power required. Very simple jobs, but fast paced.
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Productive and fun workplace.
Administrative Assistant (Current Employee), Vancouver, WAMay 19, 2014
A typical work day is normally steady, sometimes slows down a little. I have learned a lot already; answering phone, filing, Greeting, copy/fax machine. Copying & folding brochures/ flyers. Working with Microsoft Word, Excel, Publisher. Learning how to use Lotus Notes. Management and co-worker are wonderful and easy to get along with. I enjoy everything – more... about my job. – less
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A good stable place to work
Store Manager (Current Employee), KC, MOMay 19, 2014
Pros: insurance benefits are great
Cons: pay is low
A good place to work, I just need to make more money. Hard work, but rewarding.
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Fun and educational environment where you will always be able to grow
Volunteer (Former Employee), Hempstead, NYMay 18, 2014
Pros: meeting new people every day, learning how to do a wide range of things
Cons: all of it was volunteer work, so i never got payed for it.
It was really educational to work at The Salvation Army. With all of the variety of things we have done, from helping fix up camp to driving out and handing sandwiches to unemployed people, I knew that whenever I would go out with the Army, that I would grow and learn something.
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Bellringer (Former Employee), Hickory, NCMay 18, 2014
Pros: helping a good cause
Cons: it was cold
Working at the Salvation army was fun you got to be out in the public at a store and collect donations during the holiday season. The proceeds went to a good cause and I liked working there. The management was great and they always had a meeting before the day began. They offered to give rides so that people did not have to use their own gas to get – more... back and forth. the co-workers were awesome and most were older and very nice to me since I was the youngest one working for the company at the time. The only downside to working there is the fact that you had to stay outside the entire time and I was working nights so when the sun went down it got even colder. – less
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fun, hard working, productive
Childcare employee (Former Employee), Roxbury, MAMay 17, 2014
Pros: mentoring kids.
Cons: pay was low, hours were short.
The job was a good experience since I am looking to go into healthcare and be a pediatrician. I enjoyed helping the students with their homework and teaching them things they didn't . At times the job was pressuring, I felt I was given responsibilities that I wasn't trained for. Overall the job was a good experience, mentally and physically,

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