Site Lead (Current Employee) – Doha – 11 July 2017
New company fall short on taking care of it's employees. The benefits package is not the best. I pay for additional medical insurance. They expect you to work when they are at work in the USA no consideration for the team working overseas do not pay overtime. They believe in team players so you should work for free. You get called on days off, middle of the night. You try to reach company in the USA half time they respond 2-3 days later. You never know if they are at work due to lack of communication key players will go on leave in tell no one.
Program Support / Contractor (Current Employee) – Michigan – 14 June 2017
Hard to put your head around an $18,000 pay cut and make less than you hired on for. Then to pay for benefits that used to be included. And on top of that no raises. Hardest pay cut I've had to endure.
Intelligence Analyst (Current Employee) – Virginia – 5 February 2017
Very impressed by the talent in my office. Exceptional skills. Learned lots of processes, military jargon, acronyms, and how various departments within DoD interface. Management is great, no complaints. The hardest part of the job is getting there. The best part of the job is learning from the experts.
The job is "decent", easily doable as long as you remembered what you are trained in. The only way to advance through as an individual is by frivolously contacting clients after dealing with their issue, and hoping that your name is spread among their social group.
Collections & Billing Specialist (Former Employee) – Chester, VA – 28 January 2015
A work day would be to come in, pull files and accounts and do my task effectively. I've learned how to use Allscript and Misys operating system. Management was polite. My co-workers were friendly, team players and connected. The hardest part of the job was the re-writing of the rules each month. The most enjoyable was the patients and helping them with the financial aspect.
addetto sicurezza presso Stadio “Olimpico” (Former Employee) – Torino, PIE – 22 September 2014
si giunge allo stadio circa 3 ore prima della partita, si ritira la pettorina e cisi aggrega al proprio gruppo che verrà inviato in un determinato settore. all'arrivo del pubblico da parte degli steward di esegue il controllo dei titoli di accesso, noi provvediamo al controllo alla persona per evitare l'introduzione di oggetti vietati. con i colleghi si crea un ottimo spirito di collaborazione e di aiuto reciproco. la parte difficile è quella inerente il contenimento dell'entusiasmo o della delusione dei tifosi. in compenso si sono create amicizie che durano ancora tutt'oggi.
impiegata (Former Employee) – Roma, LAZ – 16 July 2013
ho imparato a confrontarmi sia con le persone esterne che interne all'azienda, lavoro in team, colleghi socievoli. Contattare i clienti per il recupero crediti era la parte più difficile ma anche la più piacevole perchè metteva in mostra le mie capacità comunicative e di convinzione.