Picker/Packer (Former Employee), Pontefract, ENG – April 14, 2014
A typical day at work was quite fun because as well as working you were able to chat with the other people around you and make friends. The hardest part of the job was trying to keep up with the work load.
I really love my job for the most part but the company that took the contract in 2012 makes it nearly impossible to do an effective job. My position (at my site) is high demand given it's nature and when the rules keep changing from higher up...sometimes on a day to day basis...it's truly difficult to keep up.
Senior Executive (Former Employee), Amritsar – September 20, 2014
Job with long working hours with less salary and have no break in between working hours. Stress and Burden and based on contract bases. Bad behaviour with employes and salary is given after 7 months in 5 month settlement,
Data Analyst (Current Employee), Cypress, CA – June 30, 2014
Pros: it is busy
Cons: bad choice to ask outside company's to help
It was a good job. I wish there was more advancement opportunities that was the down fall as well as being purchased by other company's. many facilities closed down. I didn't feel secure in my position and that is key to my needs i need job security and advancement opportunities. It was nice to be looked upon for assisting management but not to be advanced was discouraging. I left to purse other options.
Teacher Assistant (Current Employee), Charlotte, NC – June 14, 2014
Assisting with class and home work, I learned that education starts at home and finishes at school the management team is awesome in all aspects with making sure the school is safe and the parents are informed and updated with information. my coworkers are great people to work with and we work as a team. field trips with other schools making sure you keep up with your group at all times. teaching the children new things and their accomplishments.
Community Manager - Accounting Coordinator (Former Employee), Alexandria, VA – March 31, 2014
Pros: learning how to manage hoa board meetings
Cons: office conflicts
CMS Services is a small HOA Property Management Company in the Northern Virginia Metro Area. The company is ran by a married couple who are the President and Vice President and there daughter who is the office manager. The company is not ran very well. There is often open conflicts and arguments between management and employees. Can be a very uncomfortable environment to work in. I was able to hold HOA Board meeting in replace of the Manager on numerous occasions which I enjoyed.