Team Leader (Current Employee), Markham, ON – January 29, 2013
Pros: parties and lunches
Cons: sometimes long hours
A normal day at work would be just going early in the morning performing all my duties, having a good time with my supervisor and co-workers. I learnt many new valuable skills while working at Artisan such as being a better leader, improved my social and organizational skills. The management is really good, I get along with my supervisors and superiors – more... well. My co-workers are fantastic, very pleasant and kind also very outgoing. They are a blast to work with. – less
OWNER (Current Employee), Gurley, AL – October 12, 2013
This is a bussiness I have which I don't get much work from because there is not much demand for a gilder's expertise. It is something I enjoy and when I can refurb a ancient piece it brings me much pleasure.
This company was a great company to work for and they really make you feel like family
Invoice Processor II (Former Employee), Detroit, MI – July 23, 2013
A typical day was invoicing the customers according to customer contracts and the daily reconciliation of customer invoices. Being able to interact with other departments and trucking companies along with the big three auto group made it enjoyable.
A well run and Productive up and comming player in the Industrial Market
Electrical Superintendent (Former Employee), Texas City, TX – March 15, 2013
Pros: they have some very talented guys and they are willing to handle whatever the customer hands them
Management was competent and they let me have the freedom to plan and execute the the job I needed to do. This is normally a welding & fabrication Co., But they rounded up some talent and we nailed it.
Outside Sales (Former Employee), Mexico – May 8, 2012
Pros: trust and honesty - human element
Cons: limits professional growth
Developing and maintaining the Artisan’s market base through the sale of products and programs for employees and sales incentives. Also served as a liaison to potential and existing customers to increase sales, and ensure quality service and customer satisfaction. Management in a family owned business plays a pivotal role in the daily interaction, as – more... a family member one is expected to do more than the rest. The hardest part is to remain objective within family members. The most enjoyable is to always want to do more and be able to do so. – less
chef d'entreprise (Former Employee), montagnac sur auvignon – July 19, 2013
Pros: pas de patron
Cons: clients malveillants
Expérience intéressante Il faut gérer un client du début d'un chantier jusqu'à la conclusion de celui-ci; Ne pas omettre toutes informations en accord avec les clients Savoir diriger une équipe sans laisser le moindre débordement
Travailleur indépendent (Current Employee), alentour de Nizas – April 23, 2013
Pros: pouvoir combiner vie professionnelle et vie privée
Cons: la peur de ne pas avoir de clients et donc pas de tavail.
6h00 bureau jusqu'à 8h00 ( devis, factures, classement de papier, organisation du travail, comptabilité, gestion, etc ) 8h00-12h00 14h00-18h00 travail sur les chantiers et chercher le matériel si nécessaire. Le soir préparation de la journée suivante. Pas beaucoup de temps pour faire des formations, car je travail seul. Très bonnes relations clients – more... fournisseurs. L'incertitude d'avoir des clients suffisamment à l'avance pour pouvoir un équilibre aussi bien du point de vue de la trésorerie et de l'organisation de l'entreprise. Malgré cela ce que j'aime le plus c'est que le travail est varié, plusieurs poste différant pour la même personne. J'aime l'organisation. – less