ZeroChaos is a great company to work for. They may take a long time in contacting you. They provide plenty of materials to assist you with the project(s) you are working on. I would encourage you to work on as many projects they have available even they are for a day or an hour or more of work. This will help to keep you in the loop for longer projects that may last for a month to a year.
Because you are working as a contractor there are no benefits.
This company is great to work for if you are in-between jobs, a student, state at home parent, retiree or just want to supplement your income.
This company sometime have plenty of hours to work and its days that you wont get any hours. The staff is friendly especially the person that calls early in the morning to let you know if its a day you can work or not.
There was almost no training except for written documents.
There was no human contact with the company at all after starting work and no help if I had questions about anything.
I liked this to an extent, but occasionally needed help that I did not receive.
I had two assignments with Zero-one was when they were called Workforce Logic. The second assignment ended upbutly
BUT not because of them. I had a
very sick child and was unable to turn in minimum. But they worked with me for
I felt your only moved to new role of you had friends in upper management . No raises , they had bonus structure that they took away , so no way to make extra money . Pay was not competitive with industry and management was a joke!
Decent benefits, great location, nice co- workers, team environment
• Responsible for three markets consisting of 268 cellular sites in Sacramento, California and 170 cellular sites in Reno and Lake Tahoe, Nevada for AT&T
• Work with upper management to ensure adequate coverage of sites per technician based on geographical layout and total sites per technician
• Manage new build in concurrence with the site acquisitions team
• Act as a single point of contact for this process between site acquisition and field personnel
• Review product design for compliance with engineering principles, company standards, customer contract requirements and related specifications
• Coordinate activities concerned with technical developments, scheduling, and resolving engineering design and test problems
• Manage overtime to meet with Nortel Networks recommended guidelines based on work load
Working for Florida Blue was exciting and I learned a lot, I was in two different departments, I started in the Cobra department which I opted to leave for a better position in the company as that department was being eliminated - I interviewed for another role and was accepted into a 13 week training class - after which I would have been on the floor to work my new job, however at that time I had interviewed for and received a new job so I left the company.
There aren't an array of internal positions available. The turn over rate is high in some departments. If you like to be to yourself and not communicate with your co-workers then this is a good place to work as this is not a team-oriented company. It is very much so every man and woman for themselves in which makes the overall morale rather uncomfortable. At times know one seems to have a firm grasp on the company's processes, responsibilities, or job functions depending on the department. Internal teams fight against each other to determine who is responsible instead of working collaboratively to make the company successful.
independent wok, remote/work from home positions available
know opportunity for advancement, raises or incentives to work
This job was interesting because employees could set their own hours. It was possible to work in the middle of the day or night, for as long or short as the employee wants--as long as it's between 10-30 hours p/week.
This was a very unprofessional and uncomfortable environment. Management tends to blame employees for everything. However, they never provided clear communication or direction as to what they wanted done.
The upper level management had bully-like tendencies. Most management are just not qualified for their jobs. They dumped all the work on you and watch you struggle. I believe employees were hired just to be used as a scapegoat and then fired.
This was a very bad place to work. Spent too much time at this company. I completely regret it.
Great place to work. Improving culture and has good pay that is comparable to the industry. Nice people, good leadership and strong communication and transparency. Improving culture and good pay that is comparable to the industry. Strong Management and focused on internal promotions.
The job was very straight forward and easy to do and all the instructions where easy to follow. The job I did was done from home and at my own time. Sometimes there was no work and some weeks I would make more money than others. The company always paid on time.
Traffic Analyst (Current Employee) - Everett, WA - October 25, 2018
Well balanced work schedule. The hardest part of the job is when volumes pick up and there is more work than time to complete. The most enjoyable part of my job is working with people from all over the world. Zerochaos is an agency that places people in jobs so the workplace culture is driven by where you are assigned. Currently I enjoy the workplace culture.
Braskem America was a new entity to the United States. They are a Brazilian Company. The attitude toward the role of procurement was not one appreciated by their management team. This may have been due to the fact that there existed a different function in Brazil toward this role. The procurement function at this Company was one with very little chance of advancement. However there were individuals who appreciated your role and sought your advice. When I left it was on good terms with an invite to return.
set up some good contracts, met some very efficient individuals with whom you could work.
No advancement, salary was the same for the 2 years I spent there, role of Contracts is one of a necessary evil.