Animal Caretaker (Former Employee) – Laporte, CO – September 20, 2017
I was the only paid employee at this facility at that time. Everyone else were volunteers as funding was always scarce. there were many challenges including weather and attending to the animals physical health.
got to work with wild beautiful animals.
occasional wolf brawls and constant danger of being bitten.
After 42 years of serving the Pottstown area, this firm is top notch.
Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) – Pottstown, PA – July 18, 2016
Started as full-time receptionist at a very busy local law firm. After 2, 1/2 years in that position, was given the opportunity to advance to an admin/assistant position working with 2 attorneys. After about one years time, it was mutually decided that I was much better suited to reception work. However, that position is not available and does not look like it will be anytime soon.
Prioritization of many different aspects of a job in a very busy atmosphere
Practice Administrator (Current Employee) – Boston, MA – May 27, 2015
Prioritizing work by due dates and importance in an extremely busy atmosphere. Working closely with attorneys dockets and contacting clients via e-mail and correspondence to keep them updated on their portfolios.
Management skills of direct manager lacking and unprofessional, Being pulled in too many directions and lack of knowledge of what staff is doing/not doing
Patent Legal Assistant (Former Employee) – Boston, MA – February 24, 2015
don't always know what is coming any day management does not do a good job of matching skilled worker with needs of associate/partner files are very messy not everyone follows the same rules of practice workloads can be very high and personnel does not address same in a timely manner
good benefits; sometimes free lunch
except for co-workers, very unfriendly environment
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – York, PA – September 9, 2014
productive, too much drama in the office, I did learn a lot about kitchen cabinets and bathroom vanities, the hardest part of the job was trying to follow all the procedures because they changed everyday - no structure to follow... the most enjoyable part of my job was talking to my customers on a daily basis and building strong relationships with them,...
Intellectual Property Legal Assistant (Former Employee) – Boston, MA – October 23, 2013
First firm where I cut my teeth in IP law. I enjoyed the detailed necessity from the research to the specific order of each filings. The hardest part of working in Boston was actually leaving the city. The feeling of being alive was invigorating.
It is a basic fastory and prefromed many different dudites untill I graduate college(May 2012)
Lead Man Supervisor (Current Employee) – Fort Wayne, Indiana – April 23, 2012
Perform different quality inspections, produce finished products form raw goods. I have tried to take every bit of knowlege that I can in order to apply it to a career once I graduate college (May 2012). I have worked my way up to Lead-man to my supervisor, where I help to manage co-workers.