Data Entry Personnel (Former Employee), Wayne, NJ – February 24, 2013
My coworkers and management we friendly. Its a family run business and that is how they treat each one of there employees. The hardest part of the job is being able to multitask. You need to be a team player
Union Carpenter (Current Employee), Spring City, TN – January 8, 2013
Cons: hard on your body
Go in at 6 am do our morning meeting go over safty topic for the day then go out into the field and do our two miniute rule and start card look to see if their is any hazards, then go sign the scaffold so other crafts can start work. then we go to work building scaffold or modifing scaffold. We get two brakes and a lunch and we leave at 430.
Crew Chief (Former Employee), Rome, GA – November 9, 2012
Pros: paid insurance
Cons: @$$ h0le greedy owners
Oldest Land Surveying/Civil Engineering firm in Rome Ga. Could be an extremely successful firm, but management is horrible. The only thing they actually manage to do correctly is to get in the way. The owners are 2 of the greediest men I've ever known. Layoffs galore. Pay is decent, and some benefits, but the cons involved with this company outweigh – more... the pros 10 to 1. Beware!!! – less
Office Manager (Former Employee), Jackson, MS – July 18, 2012
I thoroughly enjoyed working with this particular group of people. They taught me so many different aspects of tax accounting! The entire group of accountants was always willing to help in any and every way possible to my position as office manager. The hardest part of this particular job was trying to ensure clients met all tax filing deadlines without – more... penalty or difficulty. It was great at the end of each tax season to know we accomplished all goals to that end. – less
Pros: great work environment, excellent office culture, good management, lots of learning
Cons: the firm became a statistic of the great recession
I had a great experience at Williams, Overman, & Pierce accounting firm. The hours were long. (Typically 10 to 12 hour days) But the teamwork and camaraderie were excellent which more than made up for it.
I learned a lot thanks to the people I worked with. Management (partners and managers) were always helpful and encouraging and my co-workers were – more... so positive and helpful at all times.
The hardest part of this job was when the firm broke up due to the poor economy. But the best part of this job was the people that I got to work with and I will always miss them. – less