Travel Insurance Broker (Current Employee), Warwick, RI – January 26, 2014
Pay is below average and not much room for advancement, off set by amazing management, tremendous work environment, and likable colleagues. Love the culture and the work life/balance. Sometimes can be stressful, lead to burn out.
Assistant Professor (Former Employee), Kashipur, UL – November 20, 2013
Pros: good environment
Cons: low incentives and salary
As a hard worker i got many responsibilties and those were also appreciated. Co workers were helpful and work here as a family. the management tries to understand the problems and also helps and guide if something is going wrong. hardest part was to live out of politics. every work was fun loving.
Working with staff, families, and students was energizing
School counselor (Current Employee), Miami, Florida – November 11, 2013
A typical day at work would be opening cases and setting up interventions for students with difficulties learning, working with families integrating involvement with students and behaviors, working with children in group settings and individual,l targeting social and emotional well being.
The most enjoyable part of the job was the constant success – more... of families working together with students and results continuing – less
Overnight back room inventory associate (Current Employee), Palmyra, ME – October 3, 2013
Pros: discount, bonuses, transfer
We start with a list of departments that have a number of items on a pick list, from there we start with consumable products and merchandise. Then after setting up pallets and carts for everything we complete the departments within four hours. After lunch our team pulls all of those picks to the floor for stocking. From there we do the opposite and – more... put overstock items into the bins we picked from. Management is cooperative and the co workers make a team effort. The hardest part of the job is probably being 100% by 7AM. We use pallet jacks, electric pallet jacks and walkie stackers to help. Safety first is a very strong element in this work atmosphere. I think the most enjoyable part of this job is accomplishing deadlines. Ive learned more than I expected to learn, from machine operation to organization and distribution. – less
A job/Internship that taught me how to maintain a wearhouse. It also taught me the basic principles of human resource management
Distribution Center Associate (Former Employee), Brunswick, OH – May 20, 2013
Pros: experience in multiple departments
Cons: the temperature in the distribution center was very hot at times
I Served as a key resource responsible for various distribution center fulfillment tasks including pull, pack, ship, repack, and assembly of sales merchandise and food products. Particular focus for this position was placed on accuracy (item identification) and productivity (speed and amount of goods and orders processed).
For human resource management, – more... the position’s responsibility was to assist with the administration of the day-to-day operations of the human resources department functions and responsibilities.
The combination of working with multiple departments such as human resources and the distribution center gave me a better understanding of how a large company manages not only their products, but their employees as well – less
Cons: toxic work enviorment, tempetures in shop are sweltering.
Company against employe environment. HR department not helpful to employees in basic functions. Rampant harassment and blatant disparate treatment from management/leadmen, problems not dealt with even with going thru proper channels or after numerous complaints from multiple employees.
working there I was able to expand my skill set. Left I.M.T. for – more... better work environment – less
welder/robot operator (Current Employee), McIntire, IA – August 4, 2012
Pros: 401k, annual golf outing, great benifits, free lunch once every quarter
Cons: lack of management/worker communication
The overall experience is great, many new things to learn but the hard part is getting the permission. The management could be better but its not the worst ive seen. Nearly all the co-workers are great people but in any work environment there will always be the rotten eggs. The hardest part of the job is getting through the heat, some days its 130+ – more... most of the day, when its that hot it makes for a very hard and long day. – less