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A produtive and fun workplace with a team that's energizes and graet sprite that's full of joy!
Housekeeper/Kitchen (Former Employee), 2852 s carmackFebruary 6, 2014
Pros: free lunch
Cons: warehouse
A typical day at work for me is to go in and start of by speaking to my fellas employees.Then i'll head to my work area to get my day going.I've learn that i must stay foucus so that i can get my job done,the hardest part about a job is beening around alot of people that you dont know and your trying to keep calm but one thing i've learn is that you – more... mind your own business until it have somthing to do with my job.The most enjoyable part about a job is that you have 1 and you also get a chance to meet new friends and explore things in your life if you've never done so and just been around a great group of loving ,caring people. – less
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Temp (Former Employee), Doraville, GAJanuary 19, 2014
If you are not of Hispanic culture they do not treat you as good.
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COMPANY HAS REALY GONE DOWN THE HILL AS FAR AS WORK AVAILIBLITY
Environmental Services (Former Employee), Kissimmee, FLNovember 26, 2013
LACK OF WORK AVAILIBILTY,OFFICE IN THE KISSIMMEE AREA HAS MOVED TO ORLANDO. COMPANY NOT GAINING ENOUGH CONTRACTS TO EMPLOY THIER WORKERS
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This is a good place to start work when permanent positions are so hard to get.
Utility Person/Trash (Former Employee), Orlando, FLOctober 13, 2013
Pros: getting paid weekly and on time was a plus.
Cons: no health benefits, retirement plans and no vacations.
I learned a lot while working where I worked and I enjoyed working with the people I worked with.
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Productive
Laundry Worker (Former Employee), Orlando, FLSeptember 23, 2013
Pros: no free lunch
Cons: short breaks
It is a good workplace, I learn a lot of thin like how to work as a team and how to do the right job.
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HOUSEKEEPING WEEK AND HUGE XMAS PARTIES
HOUSEKEEPER/GUEST RUNNER (Former Employee), Atlanta, GAJuly 20, 2013
Pros: lunch was only 15.00 a week
Cons: money and no benefits
UNITED IS A NICE COMPANY TO WORK WITH. THEY WILL FIND A JOB FOR YOU IN THE SAME DAY. I REMEMBER LOSING ONE JOB AND I WENT TO UNITED TEMPS, TWO DAYS LATER I WAS ON THEIR PAYROLL. THE COMPANY THEY SEND ME TO WAS VERY NICE. WE HAD HOUSEKEEPING WEEK. EVERYDAY WAS A NEW THEME AND I ENJOYED IT VERY MUCH
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If you need a job, desperately.
Laborer (Former Employee), Chicago, ILJune 23, 2013
Pros: pay weekly. early hours.
Cons: no job security
United Temps, Inc. is a temporary job placement company who provides workers to companies that desperately need them. Jobs can widely vary, I primarily worked for an installation company who installed pallet rack systems. There is definitely no job security due to their first come, first serve system. I was lucky enough to work for the same company – more... for a number of month because I was requested by them. – less
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Productive and challenging place to work.
Housekeeper (Former Employee), Baltimore, MDJune 7, 2013
United temps was a nice place to work. I gained housdekeeping skills and met new people. A typical day a work consists of me cleaning and sanitizing guest hotel rooms. I learned the housekeeping skills. The hardest part of the job was just pushing the cart but it was worth it to get te job done.
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Administrative/Clerical (Former Employee), Las Vegas, NVNovember 17, 2012
Worked various administrative jobs until someone hires you on permanently
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Fast paced up beat and predictably unpridictable place to work
Banquet Chef/Convention Chef/Dishwasher (Former Employee), Kissimmee, FLMay 18, 2012
Pros: amazing co-workers, free food, great pay, free tickets to disney world, and major discounts on hotels and merchandise.
Cons: short breaks, very late hours.
As a banquet and convention chef for the Epcot theme park and Walt Disney's Contemporary Resort I created, plated and served a menu of high quality to parties and events for people up to 25,000 persons in a very large high volume kitchen. The usual conditions we're noisy, hot, and under pressure near deadlines but always successful in meeting every – more... deadline. Prepping for parties such as weddings, business conventions, celebrations of every sort and even birthdays we're done and ever thing from lobster bisque, to sea food new burg and simple chicken tenders to standing rib roasts to top of the line porter house steaks we're created by me and my team. The hardest part of the job was most definitely the piping for pastries, the pattern was very specific and looked very much like lace, one bubble or tiny flaw and the pastry was un-usable due to our status of quality. – less