Customer Service Representative (Former Employee), Evansville, IN – November 10, 2014
Pros: lots of data entry and special projects
Cons: being on call
Lots of data entry and talkIng to customers. I learned that it is great to help customers. Management was very helpful. Great co-workers. Hardest part of the job was being on call. Special projects were the best part of the job.
going into the office and working daily assignments on accounts assigned to my desk. being helpful to co workers if I have the knowledge of something they may not understand. don't like to socialize during work hours use my time to focus on my assignment of accounts so that I have a greater chance of making contact with the consumers like to take my – more... lunch break when assigned and enjoy my lunch. – less
IT Helpdesk Analyst-French (Former Employee), Highwycomb – September 8, 2014
Working closely with the order manager for ASIA PAC and France. collaborating with France telecom to oversea British telecom orders. Advising BT clients on the right equipment needed for their networking and technology usage.
Paralegal/Assistant (Former Employee), Columbia, SC – July 23, 2014
Everyday was usually a great day. It is a small practice so everyone know each other well. It was a family practice. The overall well-being of each employee was of paramount importance to management. They had compassion not only for their employees, but also for the general public and those that are in need.
IT Associate (Former Employee), Chicago, IL – April 23, 2014
Pros: exporsure to new technologies
Cons: no room for advancement
On a day to day basis, I worked with Active Directory creating, deleting accounts, resetting passwords as well as working with Group Policy. Configured and setup desktops and laptops, managed the telephony VOIP system. I leaned to work with 2012 and 2008 Windows servers as well as windows 8 operating systems. My co-workers were fun and energetic people – more... to be around. The hardest part of this job was developing and implementing our policies, so that our infrastructure would be up to date and secured. The best part of my employment, was working with different technologies. Being able to get hands on experience with these technologies helped me learn and keep up to date. – less
Project Billing Specialist (Current Employee), York, PA – April 14, 2014
This job was one that I found very tedious, and it didn't utilize my skills in a way that I would have liked. Outside of the position itself, the company and people were wonderful, and I would recommend anyone apply to Johnson, Mirmiran & Thompson.
Experience with and around Patents in patent attorney mother’s office. Help with performing prior art searchers. Mostly helped to keep patent files organized, and to keep eye on upcoming due dates. Patents are mostly science and tech related.
Beauty consultant supervisor (Former Employee), mumbai – March 9, 2014
It was a great experience working with all the brands where i had work but johnson n johnson was the best experience as there i spend ed long time 4 years . started with the beauty consultant and ended up with the supervisor for western suburb.
Learned Team management ,co-operation and specially got the best training under the skin doctors . each day – more... was enjoyable as i learned something new everyday but our together picnic days were awesome when we use to have fun with all the colleagues and team . – less
Sub-Contractor (Current Employee), Indianapolis, IN – December 5, 2013
Pros: working outside
Cons: extremely hot in summer time and cold in winter
being productive all jobs are different working well with others making sure everyone stays buissy gettn along with everyone,doin good work making sure jobs are done in a timely manner looking back at what you get done after each job is done