Manager of Engraving Development (Current Employee) – Richmond, VA – June 17, 2016
- small team of focused workers of various skill levels - comprehensive safety programme that requires 100% participation - team members encouraged to cross train and perform a variety of tasks and responsibilities - Sonoco health and Benefits offered
Director of Evaluation & Learning (Former Employee) – Charleston, SC – April 19, 2017
Outstanding organization Best organizational culture Accomplished, experienced and fun colleagues Everyone totally committed to Community Impact work in education, financial stability and health Amazing board of directors, donors and community volunteers
Every employee is valued, work-life balance is encouraged and supported, everyone is very dedicated and extremely productive; organizational culture is fun, relaxed and upbeat
This was a grat place to work, until they closed down. I got along with everyone there and I had a great teacher who showed me everything I needed to know about screw machines. I enjoyed the hours we worked as a straight 10 four days a week.
you worked on your own and maintained your machines
beakdowns of your machine would throw everything into a rush situation
I had a very long and enjoyable time at Trident. Got caught up in the bad oil & gas condition. Was laid off in Dec 2015 Got vast knowledge of metals and sales Most enjoyable part was the many co workers I got to work with. =
Receptionist/Medical Billing/Phlebotomist/EKC (Former Employee) – North Charleston, SC – February 25, 2015
The days were very busy. Patients waiting before doors opened. Learned about insurance and billing. Management was great. Co-workers pulled their weight and helped others. Hardest part of my job was when the first manager left and the new manager took over. Getting to know my patients and their families. Made it like one big family.
As indicated in the enclosed resume, I have a proven ability to provide an excellent and consistent service to customers in order to attain the highest level of their satisfaction. I am very skilled in; cleaning and stocking assigned rooms/suites to meet established cleanliness and quality standards, making beds, dusting, vacuuming and washing
Security Officer (Current Employee) – Tempe, AZ – October 29, 2014
Depending on what site you are sent to, experiences could vary. However the people working at the main office wouldn't know their back end from their head, or maybe they just need to pull their heads out of their back ends. If you want to be told one thing then the complete opposite to happen, then this is the right company for you. The good news is you don't have to worry about receiving advancements or pay raises because you won't get them. Overall one of the worst companies I have ever worked for.
Admin/Reception (Former Employee) – Richardson, TX – September 26, 2014
Trident was the warmest company I have ever worked for, the people and the environment. I am deeply sadden that my position was eliminated. When I was hired on I knew immediately that I have found my home my foundation with this company. The employees I miss with all my heart, they were like my family.
I got to speak and got to know every customer that called
Deputy Supervisor & Guard (Former Employee) – In sotherbys – May 24, 2014
Took over from 1st Security under TUPE, got a pay rise. Preferred 1st Security as mostly got my pay correct. Work was Sunday to Monday and pay was Taken Thursdays. paid fortnightly £400 one fortnight £800 the next as days worked out of sync with payday.
Was made up to be Deputy Supervisor with 35p an hour raise. Job became boring when Supervisor away and shortly after I left. Would have stayed longer if remained just a guard
unable to plan a social life
four days and four nights off, then three nights and three nights off
I have been well compensated over the years but the company was private and sold into a larger corporation. I work unsupervised successfully as an Inside sale representative. The Company is great to work for but I now feel removed for the active / exposed areas loosing the opportunity of advancement buried under growing levels of corporate management.
Engineer Analyst (Former Employee) – Fairfax, VA – August 16, 2013
I've...never really worked in a place (until this place) where being efficient and good at your work is a bad thing. Being former military (was still in at the time of working here), I was always told get the job done right the first time but don't mess around. For some reason working efficiently here made it seem like I was not actually trying to get the job done to the best of my abilities. Found that pretty crummy to be honest. The Manager who I was attached to also was not fun being around at all. She couldn't task manage herself out of a paper bag let alone pass on work towards me. I was forced to go to other project managers in other groups of the company to try and look for work. It was infuriating. Eventually I managed to find some solid work running Cat5e cables at a facility in an Air Force base because it was a contract as well as worked hand in hand with the head Electrical Engineer soldering and helping build devices for the projects that we were involved in.
Reported nighty to receive my post assignment which was almost always at a secured portal in difference to a dispatcher post . Worked with at least one other officer monitoring persons and vehicular traffic to ensure no one gained access to the airfield without using access identification badge . Making persons understand that no access without the proper access badge would be allowed . We did enjoy the excitement of helping to secure the airport and people visiting and otherwise .