Employee (Former Employee) – Flint, MI – October 10, 2017
You have to really be quick load the tugger with parts on the paper they give you have to match the parts that goes on the tugger meaning the shelves and don't mess up you will be fired gotta make the truck to load it then you have to stack the plastic boxes and trash the cardboard boxes the take your tugger back then wait for the next paper to come out
DIRECTOR Digital Marketing (Current Employee) – New York, NY – October 3, 2017
depending on which label you are housed under at Universal, the environment can change. One of the common issues is job security and overtime work. There are still many with old-school mentalities on work/life balance and the rights to have opportunity to grow.
Admissions Host (Current Employee) – Universal City, CA – October 2, 2017
I love working at Universal Studios Hollywood, There is a lot of room for advancement and you truly do feel that the company does care for you. Though, the hours really could be better after Summer peak season.
Order Puller (Former Employee) – Grand Prairie, TX – August 23, 2017
Its a great company very laid back. I like the work that they do. Its kind of boring but when you get your check you will feel different about it. You have alot of down which can be a con but the at the same time its a pro because you can rest. Its not a hard job at all. The people that wprk there are very good and nice to you.
Very poor management. They never seem to be in contact with employees even when they are missing pay. When Universal merged with Allied Barton they eradicated our benefits making them not affordable on our meager wages. They also did away with paid vacation. Even after signing an official job offer outlining my hours and pay management continued to try and force shifts on the employees at my post that they could not accommodate. Allied Barton was a great company to work for, but with current middle management Allied Universal is a nightmare and has been losing a multitude of contracts.
Counting Clerk (Current Employee) – Grand Prairie, TX – August 16, 2017
a typical day at work starts with me starting up my computer and waiting for a count request, i gather all the informantion that i need to find the location of the parts that i have to count and i go and do my inventory count, then i input my data into a databesa to see the results of my count
Outstanding firm with a wide group of professionals that put in the time to transform you into a great salesman
Agent (Former Employee) – Aurora, IL 60505 – July 24, 2017
Traveled around the state of Illinois doing door to door Energy sales under the Energy supplier, Direct Energy. We met at the office at 9:30 to work on peoples scripts and to train new employees on the basic of Energy and deregulation. The hardest part about the job was, the unnecessary amount of hours we were required to work and having to work during the winter time in 20 below weather. The best part about the job was the people and the money. We got paid very well with not only hour commission but, we received plenty of bonus's and other compensations.The employees and team leaders were a tremendous help with whatever i needed.
adventurerous, personnel interesting to work with, always something new to learn or experience , nice uniforms and great work atmosphere
Security Guard Officer (Current Employee) – Denver, CO – June 3, 2017
a typical day is average sometimes long, learn several things job requirements, and what is expected of you daily at work, management is pretty good most of the times, work culture varies at different job sites,hardest part of the job being efficient when not being told of certain information, the most enjoyable part of the job can be the personnel you workaround at times.