Contractor/ US Marshals Service (Current Employee) – Springfield, VA – May 4, 2015
8 hour day 6am/2pm law enforcement is always a learning experience Management is in place Co-Workers are very friendly and always ready to assist if needed The drive can take anywhere from 45 mins to a hour both ways Working in law enforcement.
Transcriptionist (Current Employee) – Davenport, IA – January 15, 2018
AS a member of pss i can say that they care about their employees. A typical day at pss is very quiet and is a fast pacing enviroment. I work alone and transcribe products and warranties all day. I work side by side with individuals of different races and different ages. They by no means discriminate against nobody. Everyone at PSS is very respectful and polite. What i have learned while working at PSS is team work is everything; everyone working together as one is the only way everything will get accomplished and we'll continue to meet our quotas.
Help Desk Specialist (Former Employee) – Corpus Christi, TX – December 13, 2017
Hours could be a bit challenging if your used to working 40-8am to 5pm. Security was tight and learned that you need to remember your cards when going to work. Hardest part was trying to keep up with the requests and constant need for support. It was very stressful at times and make sure you are always on time. Punctuality was very important. I enjoyed being with people that worked together, but they had there own job and did not respond to help when you need help with yours as well as I thought they should, especially when first starting. The requirements of just stating and documentation is a bit overwhelming but due to the circumstances it's understandable. Extremely high paced work and always need to stay on top of what is going on. Keep up with your education in this area.
Customer Service Manager (Current Employee) – Nolensville, TN – October 11, 2017
They will bring you in and throw you into work without training. The owner will talk down to you. You will get privileges taken away if you don't tell when you go to the bathroom and when you get back.
Personal Support Specialist (Former Employee) – Gardiner, ME – January 29, 2017
A typical day was helping clients to live productive and fulfilling lives. I was responsible for making sure personal care was done. That any house work was done. The very best part of working in home care was being able to spent dedicated time with each client. I never knew my management and never had any troubles helping to meet the needs of any of my clients
Florida Cancer Specialist (Current Employee) – Clermont, FL 34711 – December 16, 2016
Fast pace, multitasking, very detailed job. Must love to help and work with people. Great Doctors, management is decent . the hardest part of the job is watching how sick the patients can become but being able to help them is the perk.
Boiler maker (Former Employee) – Gonzales, LA – June 15, 2016
12 hour shift. tool room was kinda messy and organized so it took a minute to get the tools needed to start the task. after that though the rest of the day was pretty smooth. they had gatorade and water for us throughout the plant. with 2 15 minute breaks and one 30 minute lunch break.
Assembly Worker, Inspector and Machine loader (Former Employee) – Gloucester, VA – November 13, 2015
A typical day was standing on your feet for 10 hours standing in the same spot for two until break. I learned how to inspect and clean magnets i learned how to disassemble printers and allot of different factory work. I enjoyed all my co workers and managers there. The hardest part is when i first got the job was getting used to doing the same thing for 10 hours straight. I enjoyed the fast paced the most about the job most people didnt care for it but i loved it, I felt like it made the night go by faster.
Technician (Former Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – September 30, 2015
Typical day was coming in to an understaffed building, trying to reach sales numbers while trying to deal with persistent management. Co-workers tried to help when the department was overwhelmed but hardly could make it.
Transcriptionist (Current Employee) – Davenport, IA – June 29, 2015
I do enjoy the productive environment, and flexible scheduling. The only downfalls are no human interaction and little to no physical mobility. I wear a headset, listening to voice mail, entering data into computer systems.
Flexible work scheduling
No interaction with other co workers and little to no physical activity.