Customer Service (Former Employee) – Flushing, NY – November 12, 2017
I worked there from a summer program when i was in highSchool. You worked as a regular employee, facing the products and customer service. Also, I worked in the photo department where you take the customer pictures and print them out.
Laborer (Former Employee) – Washington, DC – September 20, 2017
Clark is a good company to work for if you are in the union. If you are not, you don't have any chance of moving up or out of your current position. Starting off as a Laborer, you do a good job and they don't want to move you anywhere else. They don't want to give you recommendations unless you are shining their shoes or giving them a pat on the back and they do show a lot of favoritism. There are a few good people on the management team that are fair and will work for you if you put in the work for them, but it's all political. Who you know is what makes this ship go sailing.
Consistent work (usually)
Political atmosphere, cut throat employees, favoritism
Technical Support Engineer II (Former Employee) – Middletown, PA – October 27, 2016
Typical day is performing help desk duties in a distribution environment. Did not receive proper training. Had to learn after required task was assigned. Inadequate introduction to company processes and procedures (infrastructure)
Management unavailable due to personal problems without backup for questions and tasks.
Different responsibilities kept co-workers separate from each other with little interaction.
Hardest part of the job was working in an environment with no support from lower AND upper management. Management didn't appreciate the technology department.
This was probably the best company I've worked for. Management and Attorneys were great to working with/for. This was a very busy and fast paced position and I thoroughly enjoyed my employment with this company. Unfortunately after having health issues due to a pregnancy, I was forced to relocate back to Orange, Texas closer to family.
Assisting all office personnel as a floater; reception duties to include multi line phones, receiving faxes, emails, scheduling, greeting guests; legal assistant duties include sending, receiving and logging client’s confidential medical records, receiving and prepping client’s confidential settlement packets for attorney approvals, scanning confidential packets for final issued payments, creating, updating and filing client’s confidential expense documents, running postage for USPS/FEDEX, assembling binders, prep for trials.
Clark Construction Group LLC, great place to work, period!
General labor Administration Field Office Manager (Former Employee) – Chicago, IL – November 20, 2015
I started off with Clark Construction Group LLC, pushing a broom as a labor from Labor Ready in N. VA. I separated myself from other workers with Labor Ready because some of the workers did not seem to worry about how their work ethic came across. I knew if I worked hard and a supervisor saw my work ethic that I had a good chance of getting offered a position, even if I would be as a general labor within the company, I would at least have a leg up. All that and more came true. Eventually I was brought inside of the company by people offering me an opportunity to have more responsibility. I quickly jumped on the offer and did whatever task that I was given. I eventually became the Builder/Owner monthly biller for one of the largest construction jobs in the United States at the time. I had to quickly learn Excel AIA spreadsheets. Some people knew of my lack of knowledge during this period but, believed in me and help guide me and mentored me until I was able to successfully do the job on my own. The atmosphere at Clark Construction Group LLC as far as I know through experience does not have a glass ceiling for people who want to excel and there are upper management there that will help and guide you towards excellence. This company gave me a platform for me to move onto other opportunities that I still use to this day. And it all started with me simply pushing a broom as a labor.
Upward mobility as far as you can see yourself going
Sometimes construction can be fickle...but most all careers can be.
Productive and Fun workplace with positive hardworking people
Administrative Assistant (Current Employee) – New Orleans, LA – April 9, 2015
A typical day at work for me is arriving 15 mins early Monday-Friday. Opening doors, stocking break room, ordering any supplies needed, distributing mail, uploading documents into Constructware, making copies, and greeting sub contractors, clients, and guest that enter the office.
Free Lunches, Training for advancements, and fun people to work with
Clerk (Former Employee) – Grand Haven, MI – January 5, 2015
I was able to work with customers on the days I was there. I did alot of cleaning and stocking the shelves. But it was hard getting ahold of management if I needed something due to I was working alone.