Interned for Tech solutions (Former Employee) – Torrance, CA – August 18, 2017
It was a good learning experience overall. I really enjoyed working there. Frinedly-environment and good place to work and focus on the task at hand. I really loved working here because of all the things I did such as learning new things and building new skills on upon old skills possessed.
Co-owner (Current Employee) – Temple, TX – December 19, 2016
I stopped working Full-time for the Workforce after 15 years in order to expand my husbands business but due to the other local competitors we have not been doing as much business as we had expected. Being a business owner is not as easy as we thought. The hardest part of the job was making sales we tried several different avenues such as radio advertising, mail outs, door-to-door, setting up a table at H.E.B, and the hardest part is to get them to place the order at that time and not to call the 800 number or no to walk into an AT&T store. In order for us to be able to make money we had to place the order and then we would be the ones to complete the install.
Good money, setting your own schedule, being your own boss.
Closing the sale, making the sale, competitors, miss communicating with the public.
A place where you are able to learn, grow and apply what you want to do.
Temp Technician/ Help Desk Level (Former Employee) – Yonkers, NY – October 29, 2014
A typical day at work would vary, I would interview technicians or work on a project for the company whether it be internal or external. I have learned so much from this company, and has really gave me the opportunity I needed to discover my goal in the area of Information Technology. The management through this company is great, strong, and open minded. One of the hardest jobs I done for this company was really just breaking out of being comfortable and finding new area to master. My favorite part about this job was the people and the culture behind everything we done.
Customers are always happy, just not enough work available
Network Administrator / Support Specialist (Owner) (Current Employee) – Sandpoint, ID – October 1, 2013
A typical day was getting up, heading to a client's location, learning what their needs are and resolving their issue in a timely manner. Sometimes that meant getting things up and running immediately and sometimes I was able to order and wait on the proper part to finish the job. Managing time and schedules in this job is extremely important. Quite often when one client called to have work done there were many calls following. Clients were always happy to wait if it wasn't an emergency because they knew that when I arrived I would complete the job in a timely manner that also provided them a long term solution.
Flexable hours most of the time
Net enough work, sometimes long hours and late nights