Problem Solver/Technical Services (Former Employee), Madison, WI – March 31, 2014
This job is incredibly stretching. The level of technical expertise required is immense but over time, things get easier. The co-workers are smart and capable, but you have to learn how to ask questions efficiently and accurately in order to reap the most from working with them.
Technical Services (Former Employee), Verona, WI – March 21, 2014
Pros: having a single office.
Cons: massive amounts of unpaid overtime.
Epic demands a lot out of their employees, there is a reason why you get paid so much for what you do, it's because of how much you have to work, nearly 100% productivity if you can come close to 40 hours a week or a large amount of unpaid overtime.
Listens, reacts, monitors, open to upgrades, and improvements
Duke University North Carolina Assist (Former Employee), North Carilina – March 7, 2014
Pros: listens, and relates to questions and concerns
I have had great success with my career with EPIC. I have enjoyed the Management and staff. I would say that I have had no issues with the material or staff. I enjoy answering questions from staff, and co-workers.
Trainer/Consultant (Former Employee), New York – February 4, 2014
It has been an exciting experience working with a team of knowledgeable people. you never stop learning no matter how professional you are. it also gives you the benefit of a typical on-the-job training experience on how to manage your time, how to simplify complex terms as well as how to relate with people by applying various emotional intelligence.
Small cafe serving 200 people for Breakfast and Lunch.
Caterer/Server (Current Employee), Long Island, NY – January 28, 2014
Pros: working when i was available.
Cons: hours aren't steady.
Cooking to order on grill for breakfast. Preparing items for lunch,salad bar, deli. I worked mostly as a fill in when needed.Job was easy but Manager made work harder by not having a daily or weekly menu. It would all was be off the top of his head. And sometimes we would end up with either more leftovers of one product or running out of a product we – more... are selling that day.So they would loss money by have some leftovers that can't be reused and not being able to provid the costmers needs. – less
Family Health Advocate (Former Employee), Yakima, WA – September 18, 2013
Pros: different cultures
Cons: unemployment benefits when program ended in may
I had the advantage to help families find services for their power bills with OIC, Christmas presents through Toys for Tots, clothing vouchers with Good Will or free clothing through Casa Hogar, and giving goods to families from the Walmart Donation Fund. We helped families register preschooler for kindergarten. We tried to give families a helping hand.
Cons: schedulers say whatever they need to to staff a case, high pressure to accept assignments you may not want
* 10 or 12 hour night shift. Just me and my patient * learned a lot about myself as a nurse. * management was more profit oriented than patient oriented * co-workers: some cared very much about the patients and some were bordering on indifferent. * hardest part; witnessing so-so care of a patient I really cared about. * most enjoyable: day-to-day interaction – more... with the patient. – less