Branch Sales Manager (Former Employee), Calgary, AB – September 9, 2013
Goodall Rubber was a great opportunity for me to take on an advanced opportunity and learn many in depth aspects of running a business.
I was the senior executive in the Calgary location and responsible for all aspects of growth and development at the Calgary branch as well as outside sales growth.
My management was distant and unfortunately unavailable – more... often. They hired and allowed local management that let the Calgary branch of this great company fall down for years.
The hardest part of the job was restructuring the branch, ie., dismissing and hiring, revamping the warehouse and reorganizing the operations of the branch. Most of this was achieved by bringing on more developed, hand picked(by me) staff members. On top of this was the responsibility to train a sales team and to develop outside sales on my own.
The most enjoyable part of the job was the freedom to do what was required, and the long leash given was great to change the branch in the ways I felt necessary.
In the end, we were purchased by a large European conglomerate that had ambitions to change the structure of the company. The role of branch manager was no longer required at nearly all locations, therefore my position was eliminated. – less
Adjointe au Directeur des Communications, (Former Employee), Bibliothèque Nationale, Ottawa, ON – May 15, 2012
Check emails and agenda of my boss for the day. Take care of priorities. Prepare presentation for monthly report Organize integration for new employee Reserve meeting rooms for all meeting scheduled for the next week Make sure all logistics are in place for meetings Expense reports Order office supplies and make sure to send notice to employees to check – more... if they need any suppliues Meet with boss to organize wee – less
Live - in Caregiver (Current Employee), Canada – April 21, 2012
Pros: free meal, bonuses
Cons: long hours
Focusing on the job task given to me. Doing all my best to have a positive output by the end of the day. Management should treat their employees well and equal to avoid complications. My co - workers before respects me, and we`re helping each other to finished the task in no time. The hardest part of my job was to work almost 24hours and the most enjoyable – more... part of my jobs was taking care of children which makes me energetic, smile, and laugh everyday... – less
having a fun with my best friends, talking our colleges day, high school days
Office Clerk (Former Employee), Aust, – September 9, 2013
Cons: to learn
i am so happy when i started to training so helpful to them because i have a lot things to make help them.i learned a lot of things like how to respect other opinion and how to manage the work everyday and how to make your co-workers always good to you and how can you handle your work and make it presentable to your boss. i think i did not experience – more... the hardest work because its so easy if i can make it. The most enjoyable part of my job when we have an sportsfest because i win the volleyball game. – less
Agente à Service Canada (Former Employee), St-Georges – April 4, 2013
Pros: diversité d'emploi, car je suis une personne aimant relever des défis
J'ai accomplis plusieurs tâches à Service Canada et plusieurs emploi. J'ai vraiment aimé ce travail pendant plus de 20 ans, mais j'ai dû quitter suite à la centralisation de mon poste découlant de l'avant dernier budjet fédéral.
auxiliar de limpeza (Former Employee), São Paulo, SP – November 12, 2012
Pros: refeição na empresa
Cons: não fornecia, plano de saude
trabalhava de 8 a 9hs o dia,com dedicaçao e esforço, aprendi a trabalhar em equipe , confindo assim nos meus colegas de trabalho;em relaçao a direçao e gerencia ,deixavam a desejar, os colegas eram muito proficionais e eficientes, a parte mais dificil era quando chovia pois trabalhava em loja e tinha que deixar o piso sempre seco, a parte mais agravel – more... era quando os meus esforços eram reconhecidos. – less