Sr Applications Analyst (Former Employee), New Hyde Park, NY – July 29, 2015
Pros: Benefits, support, co-workers
Cons: commute, closing
Great company who respected their employees & their customers. Worked there for over 17 years Learned everything I know today in the world of home care & accounts receivable Co-workers & management were all wonderful, had the knowledge & skills to work well together
Care Worker (Current Employee), Barnsley – July 24, 2015
Pros: A very supportive team/ A job I enjoy and am proud to do!!
Cons: Does require some flexibility due to the nature of the sector
I have worked for the company a few years now and really enjoy my job. I understand the challenges faced when delivering care in a timely manner. The overall satisfaction of going out and helping people – more... to enable them to stay in their own homes by far out weighs this, it is a job you feel is worth doing and makes you feel good about yourself.
Working in the care sector is rewarding, you feel you make a difference to people's lives and your job is worth doing, I get the opportunity to feel this working for TLC and really enjoy working for the company as a whole. – less
English Teacher (Former Employee), Dongguan, China – June 7, 2015
Pros: Gifts from students and experience in a new culture
Cons: 14-16 hour work days
Class start promptly at 8 am with 6 session lasting till 5 pm and another more relaxed lesson starting at 8 pm. The days are long and hard, but seeing students improve their English so that they might – more... go to America one day is priceless. I learned to always be ready with Plan B, and Plan C, and you might as well have a Plan D and E while you're at it. One lesson may be awesome, but the next might fall like a hot potato. Also, there are other administrators who come it to observe or give announcements, so that activity you had planned is now kicked to the curb. Adaptability, Adustability, Sustainability. My co-teacher was great. We lived in the same apartment, so that made creating lesson plans easier and passing the baton easier. Since we were in China, our resources were greatly dwindled, especially since the internet has many limitations, but we both were creative and used that to our advantage. We were expected to interact with the students as much as possible, which sometimes kept us out till midnight, so of course creating lesson plans started later than an ideal time. But each student was precious and loved buying us presents and lunches to show their appreciation. The management was a little disorganized, and if it rained, then everything stood still. The differences in culture were frustrating and amusing, teaching me that every good employee needs a sense of humor. – less
Lead Staff (Former Employee), Spanish Fork, UT – May 28, 2015
Cons: mentally tired at the end of the job
I worked for the company for lets just say a lot of years and I did love it, I will say that aside from your check, there was no benefit to working there. The owner and assistant were wonderful and tried – more... to do the best they could to work out whatever issues they could weather it be a staff issue, parent issue or whatever it may be. the owner was always trying to make improvements when ever she could. – less
I liked exploring the componets of the computers & software.
Computer Repair Technician (Former Employee), Mesa, AZ – April 22, 2015
Pros: Having computers with which to work.
Cons: Not enough parts.
I would go to my station among the corporate workers. I learned how to fit drives and circuit boards together to work with the mother board. Management just let me go at it seldom needing help. Sometimes I could help a co-worker with a virus problem. I ran out of part to do upgrades. They were all Dell Computers. That made the comparisons between computer models easer.
overall i liked the job i wished the owner of the company could pay the drivers more money an hour
Driver (Former Employee), burnsville mn – April 22, 2015
Pros: i was on my own i got the job done
Cons: sometimes i had sit for an hour for my next pick up
pick up school kids in the morning then pick people up with health problems bring them to dialyss doctor appointment eye doctor physical therapy. i learned that i have to be patient with senior citizens – more... management was ok i liked working with my co workers hardest part driving in morning and afternoon rush hour the enjoyable part of my job was driving because i was by myself my own boss you have to use common sense and good judgement over all i liked the job – less
High Reach Lift Driver (Former Employee), Macon, GA – April 20, 2015
Pros: Overtime Hours if needed
Cons: Low advancement Opprotunity
The hardest thing about this job would be getting used to work in a freezer for long hours but once you can build up a little tolerance to the cold the job is decent for a short period of time two years max. it will take a toll on your body.
commercial casting director-assistant (Former Employee), Hollywood, CA – April 4, 2015
Pros: lots and lots of fun working very hard.
typically work began early, around 8:00 a.m. and continued all day well into the evening, finishing around 8:00p.m. or later.I learned everything about the casting processes for commercials, learned all – more... the talent agents, which ones had the talent.learned videotaping and direction skills, my co-workers were my family. hardest pert of the job was getting everything done on time, most enjoyable part was interacting with the actors. – less
BOUNCER (Former Employee), Bronx, NY – March 16, 2015
Pros: free beverages, food.
Cons: no breaks, a lot of fights to break
A typical night at work. I come in , check in, put my things down, and stand where im placed. Every female that walks in I have to give a thorough pat down, check bags, and check I.D. Have to keep an open – more... eye throughout the night to make sure all is well. I learned that for the night to go smoothly everybody has to work as a team. The management agrees and also keeps an eye out. My co-workers were such a great help and team. The hardest part of the job was to stop any fights that would break out because usually it would be more than one, but the most enjoyable part of the job was just listening to the music they played throughout the night and after work just sit down and talk to the co-workers. – less
Per Diem Registered Nurse (Current Employee), Asheville, NC – February 18, 2015
Pros: autonomy within the limits of the company
Review of policy and procedures - suggestions for change and improvement Ongoing legal changes the owner manager is personally involved with every client Caring atmosphere related to the care and concern for the clients shown by the owner/manager Not hard - interesting - sometimes challenging Legal review - and coordination of policy and procedures with state complicane
Temporary Assignments (Former Employee), Covington, KY – January 23, 2015
A typical day at work was standing on a line for packing products. I would have someone from the picking department bring me products to be packed. I would then scan the products into their system see – more... the quantity of the product that needed to be packed, assemble the boxes for the product, print out the shipping information and package the product. My management was extremely understanding and very helpful. My co-workers were very pleasant to be around. The hardest part of the job was being on my feet for ten hours a day. the most enjoyable part about the job was that I was apart of making sure that the customers were receiving their packages on time and in full. – less
Non-Profit Organization (Current Employee), Mesa, AZ – December 4, 2014
We are looking to Send our clients to temporary labor jobs and have a workforce of over 200 clients, we can send anyone anywhere in a moments notice, plus we provide the transportation to ensure perfect attendance and punctuality.