Pros: programming and implementation experience, customer-facing interactions, on-site meetings, working in co
Cons: fear culture, low pay
A typical day at work for me at Micros was managing and coordinating multiple projects and accounts simultaneously. Much of my day consisted of planning, scheduling, and reporting of current accounts and client installations that were approaching deadlines or currently being performed.
The environment was fast-paced complete with aggressive deadlines – more... and could be somewhat chaotic.
Problem-solving skills and a collaborative attitude was a must!
The hardest part of the job was the company culture of fear-based management and low compensation despite superior performance and consistently hitting targeted company objectives.
Thus, I focused on my work and my customers.
I found a way to achieve enjoyment through my work responsibilities. I hammered out my assignments and installation campaigns, happily supervised and monitored my projects and accounts and took great pleasure in building my business relationships while providing excellent customer service.
The most enjoyable part of my job was the project management aspect of my responsibilities and being able to successfully manage and coordinate accounts and client installations ensuring collaborative work with various teams, departments, and my customers. – less