cosmetic company (Former Employee) – Beijing China – 25 December 2016
Full time as network engineer, on top of being responsible company's network, I am responsible to train employees computer skills. Besides, I also do administrative job in information centre. like booking flight tickets and arrange hotel for department manager, arrange meeting with the third part company, answering income calls, etc.
No flexibility and management employees expected to work long hours without any compensation.
Sr. Specialist (Current Employee) – Fort Wayne, IN – 20 January 2016
They provide no flexibility and expect management employees to work long hours without any compensation. The company does not compensate their management employees justly for the amount of work expected. There is a disparity between management employees and union employees.
No breaks or lunches, expect employees to work long hours without any compensation.
typical day :Manage Configure the server's within the complex Network and Provide help desk support to up to 120 users by hand ,by phone or by the dial in software application on variety of network and computer Problem and issues , I learned a lot of IT knowledge and i have progressed in more and more to deal with sudden network ,computer problem even if it's out of my knowledge , I work very closely to the IT Manager and my partner in the department to achieve the target , the hardest part of the job when the dead time approach even if you finish most of the work , the enjoyable time ever , when an issue done successful it's beginning Point for another issue .
As a Technical Associate in the Network Engineering department, I was able to learn how a telephone line was monitored and what methods were used to troubleshoot and resolve any issues. My team and managers helped each day be a pleasant one by working together for the benefit of AT&T and its customers. In this particular position, to me there was not a hard part of my job, it was a continuous learning experience.
Many things to learn about the network side of AT&T
Threats of a strike every 3 years due to Union negotiations
Central Office Engineer Administrator (Former Employee) – Richmond, Va – 7 August 2012
I enjoyed each day at work, challenging, busy 99% of the time. I learned the aspects of being a Contract Administration upon returning to school for Project Management. Co-workers and I got along well, good communication. I can say the most hardest part of my job was lifting boxes with 10 reams of paper, 500 sheets each. The most enjoyable part of the job was satisfying the customer.
I was with this company for 30 years and moved around several times. Every position gave me the additional experience that was needed to advance. My main responsibility was to track construction projects spending, making sure that each project was on target with the projected cost. Providing budgets, analyze data sheets, supervise, training, host conference calls with staff. Provide excellent customer service. My learning experience included but not all: project management, financial analysis, budgeting, administrative functions, design and engineering. Communicating with all levels of the company was the most enjoyable part of my last position. The hardest part would be year end closing. This was also the most challenging.