Cleaner (Current Employee), Jasmine 2000 and 2020 – January 6, 2013
The hardest part of work is when it is snowing.I am saying this because when i am washing the floor and a lot people are passing it makes the work to be so slowly and hard.But,it was hard in the first days and now i am used to it.What i have learned is to work when a lot people have gone to work and school.In that case it makes my work to be simple. – more... My co-workers are good and we are all organised.We really enjoy in working together as a team. – less
Raising my family is fun, but does not pay the bills
Homemaker (Current Employee), Anderson, CA – May 1, 2014
Washing dishes and cleaning toilets get done on a daily. Teaching children, listening to children and guiding them in the right direction. The hardest part of the job is knowing that i do not get paid to do the job. The most enjoyable part of the job is getting to watch every new thing my children learn and come in contact with.
ADECCO TEMPORARY (Former Employee), Cleveland,OH – November 18, 2013
Pros: free lunches
Cons: being there all night, finding things people have left behind
A day at work would be getting t he tools you need to start the day off which trash bag and rubber gloves . I learns that you can find anything at the stadium that people has lost when they get to excited over the game . Management was very great to be around when they do come out to check up on t he workers .My Co-workers was a great group of people – more... to work with . The hardest part was bending over to pick up the trash from the stands and dig-out . Having fun while picking up trash and knowing you r co-workers at the end of the night – less
Newly business when I started,, I have to establish rules & policies.
Sales & Operations Manager (Former Employee), Mandaluyong City – August 27, 2013
Newly in the business when I was hired with no client yet.. I did all business sales, operations & its goal. I made them big but after 2 years, I had to leave with the company because of conflict decision by one of the family.
Babysitter (Current Employee), Moscow, ID – July 25, 2013
Pros: new friendships, some free meals
Cons: spending a lot of money on gas, little pay on long work days
On a typical day of work I am at the kids house by 7:30, take the oldest to football practice, and watch the kids until we have to go back and pick the boy up from football. Our day consists of chores that have been left for us to do, cooking, and taking the other kids to dance or cheer practice. Near the end of the day I make sure that all chores are – more... done and that the house is clean, and pick up any of the kids that are still at a camp or sports practice, usually returning home around 4:00 p.m. What I learned from this job is that it requires a lot of patience when working with little kids, but it also taught me that I want to become a teacher. The hardest part of the job is spending so much money on gas driving the kids everywhere and always trying to entertain the younger kids. The most enjoyable part of the job is creating new and stronger friendships and that my boss is very understanding. – less
General laboer (Current Employee), Farmington NM – July 2, 2013
Pros: lots of hours
Cons: non appriciative of the workers
Go in get ready for the day tools exc. Learned how to cut and mesure cealing tiles and caps and running a carpet cleaner. Working with my co-workers is exciting ad learning what they do and who they are. The hardest part of the job is the long hours. The most enjoyable part is meeting new people