Office Manager/Bookkeeper (Former Employee) – Brooklyn, NY – March 21, 2018
the work place culture is a mixed bag. they give you the tools to be great but they also put way too much on people because they don't want to hire more people so that there is a balanced work/life balance.
great benefits, solid pay.
poor management, lack of direction, lack of leadership, too much office turn over, high burnout rate.
I loved working for Flowers Bakery. The people I worked with were all friendly and helpful. I learned I had a lot to learn about the business and everyone was willing to help me do that. The hardest part of my job was leaving. I loved the smell of fresh baked bread as I walked into the office every day. That was awesome!
Great benefits package, great people to work with.
Secretary/Bookkeeper (Former Employee) – Carbondale, IL – September 10, 2017
This small business managed nursing homes. It was a business where things were constantly changing so my job was never the same. Each day had different responsibilities. I began working part-time with entry level responsibilities. After a few years I was promoted to full-time employment. I enjoyed the working with the staff employed there. The business closed in 2017.
Assistant Manager (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – October 26, 2016
Great Company Great location in the center of changing trends and leading the way to the future of space use and development . recommend this company to young professionals wanting to make a statement and work hard.
Real Estate Broker (Current Employee) – KY – November 30, 2015
I Have enjoyed the sales arena for over 42 years. From interior trim work in a trailer factory, Deli-Manager for a large chain, siding and window sales for Sears and the Real Estate Business for 30 years. I have always loved meeting people and achieving the goals along with mine!
I have an excellent work history and enjoy learning any business that has a future!
Nurses Assistant (Former Employee) – Rogers, AR – November 12, 2015
I would show up looking forward to the smiles from the residents. Knowing it was going to be a long tough day but knowing it was going to be worth it. I was able to listen and assist the residents in the ways that they were most comfortable with. The residents made it worth it but the disrespect from the RNs towards the CNAs made it harder to maintain that smile through the day.
The residents and seeing the ones youve touched light up with they saw you were there.
Disrespectful Nurses, violent residents once in a while.
Sales Representative/Delivery Associate (Former Employee) – Indian trail, north carolina – August 17, 2015
i start work by going to warehouse and load up the truck, drive to first stop and deliver the product/merchandise, the repeat the process until the last stop. then i drive back to warehouse to order new product by number. i have learned how to talk to people along with customer and consumer relations. also i have learned how to drive a box truck, hand-truck, stocking, merchandise management, and delivery. management is great, they help when needed and try to help you keep personal time. co workers are also fun, they will help with certain things and help you with time management is possible. the hardest part of the job was the hours. waking up at 2-3 am and working your shift can be hard but you get off somewhere around lunch or right after. the best part of the job is the fact of the early end of days. you have plenty of family time/ personal time
good pay, able to have a life, able to learn a lot
Chief Engineer (Former Employee) – Boston, MA – June 24, 2015
Very good company to work for, good benefits and fun place , co-workers a very profesional and hard working.Hardest part of the work to compleate all the assignments on time. The best part is o lot of free food