Appointment Setter (Former Employee) – Vancouver, WA – September 6, 2017
I was given the opportunity to be an Appointment Scheduler , a first- time experience for me. Management and Staff gave me all the materials and support needed to be sucessuful . I discovered that I am more well- suited for a non- appointment scheduling environment and gave up my empoyment.
Marketer (Former Employee) – Vancouver, WA – November 8, 2016
I get to work and organize my desk for the day. I make phone calls for hours. Its not hard to do, but the management was very unreliable. Everyone in the work place was uncommunicative. Things never gone done on time or done at all. There was a lot of disrespect and drama. It was a very hostile environment towards the end of my employment. The business wasn't prospering because its employers and employees couldn't make helpful changes simply because of lack of effort.
Football Player (Former Employee) – Vancouver – September 14, 2016
Organizational and productive person that does what needs to be done to get things taken care of. This job was a very good one because it helped me work on my people skills and it was an eye opener of what hard work and determination can lead to.
Pro Athlete (Former Employee) – Canada, KY – April 25, 2016
Grateful for the opportunity to get better everyday I learned how to persevere through adversity. I've built really good friendships over the years from the demanding lifestyle we lived as athletes. The hardest part was definitely overcoming adversity,but indeed the greatest part was succeeding from it all..
Alot of emailing to China and other overseas factories to work with fabrics, color, etc. I learned much about how clothing is designed, made, and manufactured. I had one difficult co worker and two other women that were wonderful Hardest part of my job was never knowing what new task I would be given and if I could do it in a timely manor as I had never been in any clothing design position Most enjoyable part of my job was learning to work with people overseas and getting to know their culture. They would come to the U.S. for meeting and I was in constant email contact with them so it was very interesting.
learning to work in a different field
learning how to touble shoot in a field were most spoke chinese