Territory Manager (Current Employee), City of Industry, California – August 15, 2013
This company is great for those that do not have much going on outside of work. It is a great company for staying right where you are, if you do not desire advancement, then this is the company for you!
Northern Pipe Line Construction is an Large Company which provides Descent pay and Benefits, buts lacks in management.
Route Sales & Service Chemical Manager (Former Employee), Charleston WV. – July 29, 2013
Northern Pipe Line Construction for the time I was employed Allowed for advancement From various positions, I worked as an Journeyman Pipe Layer, Electric Fusion welder, and equipment operator. But as for field operations management it lacked supervision.
Admin assisstant (Former Employee), Caerphilly, WLS – July 11, 2013
EcoLab is such an amazing company and I loved every minute of it, sadly it was for only two weeks work experience but I learnt so much from that company and the people i worked with. They taught me so much on how to be a good admin assisstant how to work the telephones how to work the online database how to write emails correctly etc, it was so good – more... working there when everyone got on and i knew most of the people working there so that really did make me feel more at home and comforable with my surroundings. The wasn't a bad part about working with ecolab and i really couldnt say a best part because it was all so exciting and relly good. – less
Business Development Manager (Former Employee), London, ENG – June 12, 2013
Pros: working with distribution and hospitality market
Cons: management attitiude to customers
Home based role targeting portfolio accounts spending up to 100k, new business target of 500k. Learned about janitorial & distribution markets. Management were very arrogant. Hardest part of job was internal politics. Most enjoyable part of the job were the customers & distribution partners.
Often projects were so numeric that the feeling of accomplishment was never felt
Finance Administrative Assistant (Former Employee), Grand Forks, ND – June 3, 2013
Pros: some free lunches
Cons: some very time crunch projects, which required some overtime.
Review new emails received and respond or research the required response and then respond. Return to incomplete projects and proceed to completed and return to the requester. I learned to keep canned responses in order to completed required customer vendor forms in a timely manner. Assist Co-Workers whenever possible, communicate to work as a team. Waiting – more... for responses from the field associates in order to assist them with their customer.
The knowledge that you have assisted your customer and all are happy with the out come. – less