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Company is dissolved
Regional Admin (Former Employee) –  Riverside, Norco, TemeculaMarch 12, 2018
I enjoyed working here; however, this company is out of business. It was a small real estate company established by a lender but broker and owner did not agree on direction company was going.
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Fun workplace, exciting and different everyday
Sales and Marketing Assistant (Former Employee) –  San Bernardino, CAOctober 24, 2017
Easy going co-workers and management that were willing to spend time teaching me about the 66ers and the skills necessary to succeed at the job. Just a part-time job so not much room for advancement.
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fun
Sales and Marketing Assistant (Former Employee) –  San Bernardino, CASeptember 8, 2017
I had a lot of fun working for the 66ers because I learned what it was like behind the scenes of a minor league baseball game and I was a part of the fun that entertains the fans.
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Great summer job
Parking Attendant/ Food Services/ Retail Associate (Former Employee) –  San Bernardino, CAAugust 19, 2017
this place is really welcoming to new people but also has plenty of returning employees each season. Very positive atmosphere to work in and motivating.
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If you love baseball you will love working for the Inland Empire 66ers
Marketing Intern (Current Employee) –  San Bernardino, CA 92401March 1, 2017
Gained a lot of knowledge in the sports world, behind the scenes, camera work, radio and television. Met amazing people and truly enjoyed my time with this excellent organization!
Pros
Free tickets/Great People
Cons
Low hourly pay/Lack of hours
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Productive
Lyft Ambassador / Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) –  Los Angeles, CAJanuary 31, 2017
The work is productive, you get to see new places and meet new people. As well as helping passengers get discounts. The only is the referral codes only work for new passengers which may be tough as Lyft is slow expanding behind Uber.
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Inland Empire
Rehabiliation Therapy Nurse (Current Employee) –  Empire, CAJanuary 23, 2017
A great company to grown with. Great benefits and work environment. Room for advancement and learning. The most enjoyable part of the job was working with the diverse clients.
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Its fun
Grounds Crew (Current Employee) –  San Bernardino, CAAugust 3, 2016
Work is awesome, the Inland Empire 66ers are a great community and allow for a mixture of fun and work to create a happy environment.
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Dedication
Area Supervisor, Stericyle (Current Employee) –  Vernon, CAJuly 22, 2016
A typical day at work first starts with planning the day before. Focus on time management to archive 100 percent productivity and recording data to continue to improve. Lead by example by putting the customer first and work with other co-workers with the mind set of one team one goal. The hardest part of the job is having a dissatisfied customer and the greatest achievement is have the customer frown turn into a smile.
Pros
Working in the healtcare
Cons
not enough time within a day
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self-employed
Desktop Support Technician Freelance (Current Employee) –  Rancho Cucamonga, CAApril 14, 2016
It is very hard to give a self-employed freelancing side job a review. So I will say I am a good and reasonable boss with great hours and extreme flexiblity
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United Brands Company.Great Products, but very unstable management practices
Market Manager (Los Angeles (Former Employee) –  San Diego, CAJanuary 13, 2016
Managed several local Beverage Distributors providing Sales Management Support, Product Development and Inventory Management.
Enjoyed being part of New Product development from Concept
to full Nationwide Distribution.
Enjoyed the Team Atmosphere, meeting and working with others Sharing one common goal.
Pros
Great Products, Great Team, Good Travel Experiences
Cons
Pay, Re-reimbursements and Bonuses were always unclear and inconsistent, plus away from family on business sometimes 2 or 3 weeks at a time
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Intel was a very fast and focused company, and Boeing was a very different type of company.
Teacher/Tutor K-12, Junior College, Nursing School (Current Employee) –  Brea, CADecember 14, 2015
Intel was a very focused company, no time was wasted and productivity was very high. There was no deviation from schedule.

Also there was very limited training, and since the schedule was very demanding, most of the time was spent on doing.


Boeing was a more relaxed company, with a lot training available, but very low salary. Boeing's problem in that group was that they did not have semiconductor management. Their management style was that of a commercial aircraft company. They thought, if they hire semiconductor engineers, they would become a semiconductor company and nothing could be further from the truth. The set of values have to there and a culture created that would produce innovation.

My choice of a company would be like Hughes Aircraft Company: forward looking, educationally oriented, and building a society rather focused on how much money it made.
Pros
Intel -Good Money, Boeing: learning Center
Cons
Intel- rushing to meet schedules; Boeing may be good for Aerospace/Mechanical Engineers, but very unsuitable for EE-Semiconductor Engineers
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Good job if looking for some experience.
Office Assistant (Former Employee) –  Temecula, CAMarch 25, 2014
Typical day at work would be sorting out files, answering phone calls, running office errands, etc. I learned that there is no such thing as early, there is only on time and late, also to be efficient at what you do.Management seemed fine from my standpoint. Co-workers we're very friendly and supportive. Hardest part of the job was sitting close to a clock. The most enjoyable part of the job was being with a friendly cast of people and being in a team-orientated company. Was a job to get experience.
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Sometimes a hectic environment. Overall if a tough skin will get you through the toughest days.
Basketball Official (Current Employee) –  Yakima, WAFebruary 18, 2014
The days are like a roller coaster, never sure what to expect. But work hard, do your job, and stay an open minded friendly person and the day will never beat you down. Management does a good job of scheduling employees willing to work hard and put the effort in. And if not, don't expect very much work time. Co-workers are much like the day. Rollercoaster, as in never knowing if your partner is an educated hardworking companion or not. The hardest part of the job is not letting fans tear your down. As being the official, you or subjected to a lot of grief and misplaced treatment. What I found most enjoyable is educating young adults and children the game, and how to translate those lessons to real life.
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Concesion stand fun!
Cashier (Former Employee) –  San Bernardino, CAFebruary 5, 2014
loved this park, loved my employers, loved the atmosphere and feel of the stand. Work was pretty steady unless there were game night specials that would get pretty crazy, but through good management and great coworkers your able to move the costumers right back to their seats happy, fat and full.
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Tutoring
Tutor (Former Employee) –  Romoland, CAApril 27, 2012
Awesome to help tutor at risk youth in the inland empire. So many of these kids had so much potential but didn't have support at home, so it was a nice feeling at the end of the day to know you helped someone understand their homework more.
Pros
met awesome people
Cons
the kids were feisty at times
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