Marketing Manager (Former Employee) – Buffalo, NY – March 14, 2017
Very productive work environment. Friendly and flexible management where I learned a lot about construction and home sales. I was able to hone my photography and videography skills and utilize my marketing capabilities to help this company maximize profits.
Nothing to say...they're no longer in business. Is now Nelson Global and they too are shutting the doors. Don't work for this company, they do not value they're production workers. They are taking jobs away from Americans and going to Mexico.
Challenging job in Semiconductor Chip Manufacturing R and D
Customer Engineer III, Applied Materials, AMGI (Former Employee) – Hillsboro, OR – November 16, 2015
As a contracted Customer Engineer III, I would assist the team with keeping the customer's tool up to production. A big part of the job was constant preventive maintenance but the primary task was troubleshooting and fixing tool issues in a very expedient manner. My co-workers were enjoyable to work and so was the customer!
Field Service Mechanic (Former Employee) – San Angelo, TX – May 3, 2015
They were not professional with there industry. I went out and rebuilt diesel motors in the field and the shop. The management was one person telling everyone what to do and not actually doing anything for his company.
Office assitant (Current Employee) – Columbia MD – February 4, 2015
If you want someone breathing down your neck 8 hours of your work day . This is the job for you ! Management does not care about their employees . Co-workers are ok . the hardest part of the job is coming in and being a hostile environment fro 8 hours . the most enjoyable part is when you finally are able to clock out and walk to you car :) .
LPN Internal Medicine Clinic (Former Employee) – Bogalusa, Louisiana – September 23, 2014
Duties included; Drew blood, ran lab results on piccolo machine, Triage patients, accu tests, bone density scans EKGs, checked pts. INR and A1C, and HCG tests, U/A testing, IV therapy. I learned how to use all those machines. Management was great and understanding. Co-workers and myself worked as a team. Hardest part was learning all the different machines. Most enjoyable part was providing care for the patients.
Customer Service Week & Fun Committee Member (Current Employee) – Augusta Maine – July 15, 2013
I start my day answering customer's calls. These calls vary from help with our online billing program, to setting up service and ending services for customers. I take payments over the phone, respond to customer's emails, and help customers with usage and billing concerns.
I have learned to put my self in the customer's shoes and try to understand when they may have concerns with paying the bills or how long their power is going to be out. This is also the hardest part of my job,because so customers can mean and angry, so trying to keep calm can be tough.
I love my co- workers and we help each other out with questions about the job or a process and we all get along great. So this is the best part of my job
Wyndham Vacation Ownership (Former Employee) – Baraboo, WI – October 22, 2012
Honestly, if you are not a competitor this job is not for you. You have to have the mindset to work in this field. I thought I'd try it out, and honestly I give all my old co-workers so much credit for doing what they do. It's draining and a very difficult job.