Delivery Driver (Current Employee) – Tuscaloosa, AL – August 24, 2017
I take meds to Nursing Rehab Centers, after loading them in my car at the main Pharmacy, I do emergency stats some as well, to fill a prescription at a local drugstore and get it back, when a med is undelivered.
Very good job, working with Professional people, learning new meds.
Not enough hours, pay, or vacation pay, own car usage.
Low Voltage Technician (Former Employee) – Tampa, FL – May 30, 2016
A typical day could range from all sorts of situations. One week we had to dig holes at Tampa International Airport in preparation for laying the cable. The next week we laid miles of cable. The environment was overall educational. Because I was working with plenty of experienced electricians I took home a new piece of knowledge everyday!
Safety is key! Management exemplifies safety and understanding.
Telecomm Mechanic 1A (Former Employee) – China Lake, CA – September 7, 2013
I got to work , got my orders and/or trouble tickets for the day, and loaded up any hardware &/or supplies and went on my business. I moved customers phones/answered any of their questions. I kept a daily log of work done/hours it took to do.
My Bosses were there for me on anything
Lazy Techs who basically did nothing allday, but hide from work