Assistant (Former Employee) – High Street – 7 July 2017
You will always be on your feet when you go to MBC. I had learned to communicate with confidence towards customers and be as helpful as I can be. I have also learned how to do the till and the over all profit at the end of the day.
The kitchen was busy but I have improved on serving food to customers.
I then have to talk to customers in either English or Tagalog (Filipino) to some customers.
However if it gets really busy its very difficult to rest for I have to be alert at all times.
The reviews for MBC are for a staffing company on the east coast. NOT the summer camp chef services company. Mountain Berry Culinary is a high energy company that loves their clients and makes it their mission to find the perfect chef to feed hundreds of awesome campers all summer long!
Senior VT Editor (Former Employee) – Media City – 25 January 2017
Excellent 14+ experience , Good compensation and Benefits for self and family.. My second job in UAE.. Good timings with great supervisors. Happy to be here.. only just laid off on restructuring policy
Internship (Former Employee) – Dubai – 7 August 2016
Amazing place and would love to work there again. The staff over there is amazing. The way they all work together and how humble everyone is. The manager is their leader and they all work together to get the job done. Thats how they are successful.
Customer Service Representative II (Former Employee) – Hunt Valley, MD – 5 June 2016
Let's just say the staffing agency lady rarely contacts you, management is unorganized although when I was there one specific supervisor was the best! The manager and I had a great relationship and the HR personnel helped me a lot the reps are amazing. High volume of calls, constant disrespect... I could go on but for 16.98 an hr I guess you will deal with it.
Service Provider (Current Employee) – Media City – 28 May 2016
MBC is such a nice place to work whereas the environment is really great and friendly. the working hours are really flexible as long as persons are doing their jobs. In MBC i use to work on BCM program write description about TV programs.
Planned and executed lighting for various Television sets and 24 hr news channels .Successfully led key projects which resulted in promotions and a high management appropriation .Monitored multiple databases to keep track of all company inventory and light stock .Managed and operated (RCP)s for live and recorded shows, news and sports (8-12 cameras)Ensured all the light equipment and light desks in constant functional and running order at all time and helped in all in house and out setups and productions .
Eligibility Specialist (Former Employee) – Hunt Valley, MD – 1 April 2016
Typical day at work very busy. I learned how important child care is needed for a typical working family. Management could be improved. Co-workers were pleasant and team players. This was a contractural temporary position with the State.
Very high stress job working with drug rehab's to get insurance authorizations
Medical biller/Utilization review (Former Employee) – Vista, CA – 2 March 2016
arrive at work. Start calls to insurance companies to obtain authorizations(about 12 a day)then input billing charges. Move on to calls to billing departments for follow up on non payment claims. Start calling patients that are behind on payments on they're statements
Eligibility Specialist (Former Employee) – Hunt Valley, MD – 1 February 2016
After working for this company I realized how unfair the practices are working for companies that contract for the state of Maryland. The work for the most part is easy, however, management is not knowledgeable about their department processes, they make up steps for completing work task as they go along and hold you accountable for their incompetency, there are very few written policy guidelines for people to go by which makes it hard to track information sources used to make determinations for cases (management tend to use the "they say" method when giving instructions for us to follow to complete work task), and just overall the environment is not professional. A typical day at work consist of management distributing task and specialist completing task given. However, if you have a question, especially for eligibility specialist, you usually have to talk to the back of your managers head because they don't ever look at you to give their undivided attention to your questions or concerns. Co-workers were great! Everyone works hard together even though their hard work is never appreciated and vaguely acknowledged. Management usually works by the buddy system. If you are friends with someone in management, despite your knowledge levels, you are promoted to management. Overall, I have never worked for a company who has had so many scandals and issues before in my life. It definitely encouraged me to go back to the work environment I had previously and to appreciate high company stands when it comes to company policies and procedures.
Its a job
They decrease break times or remove breaks without notice, rude management, no consistentancy with work processes.
Food Process Worker (Current Employee) – Melbourne, VIC – 29 January 2016
A typical day starts at 4:30pm (Afternoon shift), depending on which biscuit line I am placed on, the work includes picking biscuits/cakes from the conveyor belt and arranging them into their pallets. It is very fast paced at times; the hardest part of the job. It is always the right temperature inside, whether it is winter or summer. As a casual, there are months when it is very busy and a lot of work, sometimes 12 hour shifts. However, sometimes there are months when there is hardly any work. Otherwise, very,very friendly staff and supervisors. Good job overall.