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This was a temp job
Federal work study (Former Employee), Richardson, TXMay 2, 2013
I learned how to dress and write professional e mails.
I really had a good learning experience with this job it taught me a lot about the business environment.
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Great experience and working environment
Receptionist (Former Employee), Arlington, TXApril 29, 2013
More of a family environment, was close to many people there.
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Great Company
Lead Stock Clerk (Former Employee), Fort Bragg, NCApril 17, 2013
Great company to work for.. Awsome senior leadership great mentors..
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Job supporting the soldiers
CARPENTER Lead (Current Employee), Fort Bragg, NCApril 16, 2013
Work involves working with soldiers, retirees and all types of personnel. Getting the job done.
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good work hours
Heavy Equipment Mechanic (Former Employee), fort braggApril 16, 2013
Pros: learning
Cons: job security
enjoyed the work and the experiance of working on diff types of equipment on a daily bases.
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Business Intern (Former Employee), Herndon, VAApril 14, 2013
•Worked with Contracts Dept. assisting with relations between ITT and FAA
•Reported information and data which was gathered from various leases
•Created and sent letters through mail merge notifying landlords of significant changes.
•Generated and maintained a spreadsheet of approved deliverables, as well as a log of communication between ITT and FAA
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Very Busy work
Helpdesk Administrator/Lead (Former Employee), Herat, AfghanistanApril 11, 2013
Pros: bonus, hazard pay, free food
Cons: long hours, dangerous travel
I worked five days a week, and days off varied depending on work load. I learned several aspect of the IT career including: Network Admin duties, Security Admin Duties, Military protocol, imaging PC, and worked with various hosted and non-hosted applications. My coworkers were easy to get along with. The hardest part of my job was the distance from – more... home, but I really enjoyed learning new things. – less
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Stressful & Tiring
Admissions Rep (Former Employee), Memphis, TNApril 10, 2013
Pros: nice co-workers & students, starts off between 36k-40k
Cons: no work-life balance, u have 2 late nights, ur expected to be there for ur students when they start class (from 7am until 8pm), dofa is awful
I worked for this company for 6 months. When I came in I wasn't allowed to speak to any of the current Admission Reps bc the Director of Admissions didnt want their opionions to rub off on me (RED FLAG). You are on a dialer 89% of your daily; calling the same people MULTIPLE times in 1 day. You are basically begging for them to come in & enroll for – more... an associates degree for $48k in fields that aren't huge in the job market or available to them. It's a total RIP off. If you don't enroll a student that comes in to tour the campus you are belittled, yelled at, & disrespected in front of the entire admissions staff. Once I really got in and started to speak with the other reps... They were ALL trying to find a new job. STAY AWAY unless DESPERATE – less
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Great place to work
Adjunct Graphic Design Instructor (Current Employee), Plymouth Meeting, PAApril 8, 2013
Pros: free breaks
Cons: nothing
I first log into my portal to print my attendance sheet. Next I take roll and teach the class. I stay after class to assist students with extra help. Finally I hand in my attendance. I have learned to be flexible for more than just one student and to pay attention to all.
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Attaining Personal & Professional Satisfaction through Taking a Challenging & Creative Role
RECREATION SPECIALIST (MWR) (Current Employee), US ARMY BASE; DESERT CAMP BEUHRING; KUWAITApril 4, 2013
Pros: challenging & creative role in a reputed company
Cons: safety first
Operated an equipment, checkout desk, co ordinate and performed equipment issues, turn repairs and maintenance service requests as required.
Received inbound and outbound calls and provided information to the customer regarding sports venues and scheduling.
Provided individual and group instruction for safe use and handling of recreation and sporting – more... equipments.
Assisted with management control procedure for the accountability, issues and maintenance of MWR property, equipments and expandable supplies.
Assisted with lead for league setup and facility cleanliness and maintenance, also worked at different facilities in MWR as per the equipments.
Provided information through supervisory chain on needed equipment supplies and facility maintenance.
Conduct the daily inventory as required. – less
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Bad Company Overall
Systems Administrator (Former Employee), Camp ArifjanMarch 31, 2013
Company continuously disregards its own policies and procedures, and getting resolution to the smallest matters is next to impossible.
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Logistics Admin (Former Employee), Alexandria, VAMarch 13, 2013
I process requests for tech items shipped to multiple locations.
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bogus numbers, student's treated like dirt
Former Program Chain (Former Employee), NYMarch 12, 2013
Cons: director's that only care about profit, think students indentured
Director tells students how to beat drug testing and to quick job so they can come to class at convenience of school. Student enrollment is calculated at the beginning of each month (1200 really 100), student drops are for previous 8 quarters. Chair's responsible for getting close to 40% of drops back each quarter. Student's are indentured servant's – more... and staff are people to take blame when everything falls apart. If student needs to take a quarter off they receive daily harassing phone calls to convince them otherwise until they figure out to tell them what they want to hear and then permanent loss. Poor pay, poor working condition's. – less
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Theres room for improvement
Warehouseman/ Forklift Operator (Former Employee), Kuwait/ QatarFebruary 21, 2013
This can be a great company if the right personnel in management was more knowledgeable and serious about the job and employees versus hiring because you know a person or because you are part of the same organization.
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Good company to work at
Naval Manpower & Training Research Analyst (Current Employee), Alexandria, VAFebruary 12, 2013
Pros: flexible hours
Cons: no advancement with in the company
flexible company, good benefits. Only down fall is no possibility for advancement.
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A lot of of people to see on daily bases while working.
Construction Engineer Equipment (Current Employee), Fort Bragg, NCFebruary 11, 2013
Pros: payed on time
Cons: inefficient place to work.
Not a over all bad job, but could use improvement. Company preaches safety, but overlooks it when the job needs to be done now, and it costs them more money. they preach safety as long as the employees are the ones that have to do it and, they don't have to be concerned with it and it is not costing them a lot of money. example, they require all employees – more... to wear safety glasses all the time, but will not pay for subscription safety glasses for people who need them, so either they have to pay out there pocket on their own time for subscription safety glasses or walk around with the cheap over safety glasses the company provides on top of their regular safety glasses having their glasses mess with their sight.when you complain to safety they say complain to hr. – less
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A lot of of people to see on daily bases while working.
Construction Engineer Equipment (Current Employee), Fort Bragg, NCFebruary 11, 2013
Pros: payed on time
Cons: inefficient place to work.
Not a over all bad job, but could use improvement. Company preaches safety, but overlooks it when the job needs to be done now, and it costs them more money. they preach safety as long as the employees are the ones that have to do it and, they don't have to be concerned with it and it is not costing them a lot of money. example, they require all employees – more... to wear safety glasses all the time, but will not pay for subscription safety glasses for people who need them, so either they have to pay out there pocket on their own time for subscription safety glasses or walk around with the cheap over safety glasses the company provides on top of their regular safety glasses having their glasses mess with their sight.when you complain to safety they say complain to hr. – less
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A lot of of people to see on daily bases while working.
Construction Engineer Equipment (Current Employee), Fort Bragg, NCFebruary 11, 2013
Pros: payed on time
Cons: inefficient place to work.
Not a over all bad job, but could use improvement. Company preaches safety, but overlooks it when the job needs to be done now, and it costs them more money. they preach safety as long as the employees are the ones that have to do it and, they don't have to be concerned with it and it is not costing them a lot of money. example, they require all employees – more... to wear safety glasses all the time, but will not pay for subscription safety glasses for people who need them, so either they have to pay out there pocket on their own time for subscription safety glasses or walk around with the cheap over safety glasses the company provides on top of their regular safety glasses having their glasses mess with their sight.when you complain to safety they say complain to hr. – less
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Mission accomplishment, team work and everyone goes home safe.
Supply Lead (Former Employee), AfghanistanFebruary 10, 2013
Everyday is the same routine, the ins and outs. Coming up with a plan, evaluate and discuss the work task. Communicate getting an update and ensuring we are in compliance plus work as a team.
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Productive, friendly workplace.
Lead Supply Technician (Former Employee), Doha, QatarFebruary 7, 2013
Pros: free living accomendation.
Cons: healthcare
Freedom to express ideas, management was open minded and enjoyed working with a multicultrual work force.