INDUSTRIAL ELECTRICIAN (Former Employee), Edmonton, AB – October 12, 2013
Pros: good co-workers fun enviroment
Cons: not enough hours
A typical day would include doing many different activities including trouble shooting, maintenance, running conduit and cables, new construction. I learned about the industrial aspect of the trade and common skills in the industrial industry. The co-workers are very fun and cooperative and got along easily with everyone. Hardest part of the job would – more... be some of the heavy lifting required. The most enjoyable part of the job would be the satisfaction of properly trouble shooting electrical equipment. – less
A great place to work, nice environment and opportunity for service by providing excellent customer service.
Front Desk Assistant (Former Employee), Miami Downtown, FL – August 10, 2013
Cons: health care was very convenient and co-workers very supportive
Thanks to my experience with grate customer service I was very happy to provide prompt assistance to every resident/visitor will need, a common day will star off with a courteously greet and direct Residents, guests and invitees. I learned how monitor a electronic Security System and responsibly respond to emergency situations in a timely and efficient – more... manner. Also, it was very important to resolve and follow-up on all complaints/issues and make sure to maintain a safe and secure environment throughout the. building/property. – less
It was a good experience and got me out of the house after some personal issues.
Front Desk Clerk (Former Employee), Boynton Beach, FL – June 13, 2013
Pros: good benefits, great co-workers
Cons: difficult bosses, terrible pay
Resdients and fellow workers were friendly and very pleasant. Office personnel (property manager and maintenance supervisor) were extremely difficult to work with. Benefits were good. Pay was terrible.
The workplace is what you make it and how you handle it.
Front Desk Manager (Current Employee), West Palm Beach, FL – May 4, 2013
Pros: great way to increase skill with customer service.
Cons: no breaks, little opportunity to advance
At the Continental Group, I have learned a lot about people and how to deal with all kinds of people. I had to use my best judgement to make decisions since I was the only person on duty hence the title "Front Desk Manager". The part of my job i enjoyed the most was the satisfactory feeling I had whenever I would solve a problem without having to call – more... the property manager, This job certainly had you fend for yourself since its a one man shift. – less
PRODUCTIVE AND WORK FRIENDLY WITH ALOT OF EXPECTATIONS.
Front Desk supervisor (Former Employee), Hollywood,FL – December 15, 2011
Pros: free lunch breaks
Cons: great health bennefits, good pay, great learning experience
I would highly recomend anyone this company, love the fact that they value their workers,very profesional,love the front desk position because im a peoples person they get a 1o from me and would work for them again