Early to rise and always positive. Cool in pressure situations. Hardest part of the day is learning how to deal with each individual. Seeing your efforts come to fruition with the crew and having a positive safety culture develop.
Data Analyst Specialist / Administrative Support (Former Employee) – Limerick, LK – 21 October 2014
Coordinated between two teams to perform administrative duties. Worked within a Global team. Updated time sheets and tracked holiday log. Attended Global meetings as a representative for our regional office. Provided an update of projects to management. Ensured smooth running of the department day to day, delegated when needed. Great team spirit; camaraderie
Account Manager, Inside Sales (Former Employee) – Toronto – 13 October 2014
Mid-level directors are clueless and incompetent. I have no idea how they became the 2nd largest computer company in the world but its clear to me as a former insider and a current-outside observer that they are stagnating.
TSR (Former Employee) – Edmonton Alberta – 9 September 2014
I worked as a technical support rep in the call center. It was great. The management was smart and friendly. Co-workers were fun. There was really only 2 or 3 places to proceed with my career though which was to move to tier 2 support or to move to a different category of troubleshooting like software. I did neither as Dell pulled up roots and left my town. Sad to see them go.
Administrative assistant (Former Employee) – montreal – 25 June 2014
NCO is a very typical - head down plow through your work ask no questions type of work place... this is a good place for younger adults go to work... if only to learn that every employer will be different and that they have to lear to adjust to higher mamagment
Team Supervisor (Former Employee) – Edmonton, ENG – 23 May 2014
Come in and log into the phone systems and offer Tier 2 support to the Tier 1 agents. I would read up updates on policies.
The management was very motivating and valued their employees. The hardest part of the job was having to provide the same information to the same individual every week. The most enjoyable part was having the CEO Michael Dell come visit the group.