Dealer Account Specialist (Current Employee), Rockford, MI – December 11, 2013
Pros: making people happy.
Cons: wolverine letting me go.
This is a good place to work. I have learned alot, please reference my resume. My co workers are totally awesome. The hardest part of the job is currently losing it, like I am. The most enjoyable is working with the accounts, retailers, reps etc.
Machine Operator (Former Employee), Jonesboro, AR – November 2, 2013
First, clock in on time. start machine-keep an eye on production and quality. Work lots of overtime. Enjoyed operating different types of machines. Supervisors trusted me in doing a excellent job. Supervisors are likeable, fun to be around, but can be serious too. Everyone seemed to work well with others. Cleaning machines at the end of day. This atmosphere – more... makes you want to come back to work the next day. – less
Sr. IT Security Analyst / System Administrator (Former Employee), Lexington Mass – October 25, 2013
Pros: team player
Cons: ability to work remotely when necessary
IT Professional with over 34 years of IT experience, 28 in a management or leadership role, in multi-platform data centers. Hands on experience with mainframe, mid-range, network, client server technologies and end user support in a 7 X 24 X 365 environment.
Merrell Freelanced Project (Former Employee), Grand Rapids, MI – April 3, 2013
Pros: working from home
Cons: not as much colabrative teamwork as you may get working in the same space.
As a student they offered me a great opertunity to do some freelanced work. Most of the work I did was through emails. My co workers were always friendly and courteous, even in critiques of my work. The feedback I received on my designs was direct and easy to understand. I learned both real world manufacturing constraints, product timelines and deadlines, – more... also a whole lot about branding for a specific consumer market. All of there timelines were reasonable for the amount of work required of me. – less