MULTIMEDIA SPECIALIST 2 (Former Employee) – Auburn, WA – 23 April 2017
A typical day at work is if you aren't signed into everything 5 mins prior to your actual shift you're late, You handle a high flow of calls regarding medical field questions while transferring calls as needed or listening as the patient vents to you. The call center and the actual manufacturing part of the companies don't coordinate events and are often held separately. The hardest part of the job is being restricted on what you're allowed to say due to needing to uphold the company core values which means never outright saying something can or can't be done. The most enjoyable part of the job was bonding with co-workers and having a manager who wanted to see you advance.
occasional free lunch, benefits, 15 minute breaks
short lunches, quick to write up for being 2-3 minutes late
Business Development Assistant (Former Employee) – Manila, Philippines – 10 June 2015
Typical day at work is mostly clerical job. I learned a lot from this experience... from excel spreadsheet to camaraderie! Management was excellent. Co-workers are fun to work with and everybody felt like family. Hardest part of my job is the overtime but I was single and it didn't really matter if I stay until 3am. The most enjoyable part of my job is the continuous learning experience.
Bulk Plant Operator I (Former Employee) – Midland, TX – 2 June 2015
The company was great, the hours were ok and the pay was above average. I learned a lot about cement operations and how to run the operations board. Management was ok most of the time but due to deadlines they were a little bit off the edge on days. The hardest part of the job was the hours sometimes we worked 16 hour days.
Labourer (Former Employee) – Oxford, ENG – 26 March 2015
normal day to day work for a labourer, met some good friends and people of the trade I have learnt from. witch now I have used my site experience and gained two tickets/ cherry picker and scissor lift and am only looking for work for either one of them.
Press operator (Former Employee) – MI – 11 January 2015
well i was a press op and while run a press i leaned that there are a lot of diffrent things about running a press that its loud and the coils of steels are huge and are under alot of presser. well even tho i only worked there for a summer i ran every press they had and most of the dies, i leanded there waht make a good die good and a bad die bad witch will help me when i have my employs making the dies.
Porter/Doorman (Former Employee) – New York – 14 November 2014
Greeting guests and customers at the entrance and, opening the door politely. Assisting guests with their desired service and guiding them to the appropriate designation. Maintaining extreme cleanness in my work area. Providing tenants with guest buzzing service.
If you want to stay in 1 position for a long time.
Machinist (Former Employee) – Auburn, WA – 19 August 2014
Typical work day including training people with learning barriers how to maintain good work ethic, and good work habits. All the while creating top quality aircraft parts for Boeing and government agencies. The pay is pretty low considering we aren't only creating parts but we are also in essence babysitting people. Manufacturing places that are solely based on making parts get paid double what we got paid. The management is horrible, you can be there for over a year and a half without getting a single raise. While I learned how to use various machining techniques and tools. The overall benefit wasn't much. I was let go in May for no reason at all and now I can't find a job even with the extra skills I gained. There is little to no room for advancement at all. The overall company goal doesn't really benefit the employee at all.
Wasn't really any pro's we got OK medical, and a bonus at the end of the year which goes down every year.
Franchise Business Consultant (Current Employee) – Home Office – 21 July 2013
My day starts out at 4 am and on the road and to my first location by 6am. Workday is to end at 2pm however much more office work afterwards to do follow ups on my location visits. I travel the lower State of Michigan and dip down into Indiana to 3 of my locations. I have a total of 19 Store visits to do in a 2 week rotation. My Job title is" Franchisee Business Consultant". I walk into the stores with a plan of action, looking at the "Big Picture", Preferred products, remarkable service, intelligent inventory, distinguishable marketing, exceptional cleanliness of the store and training and education. My co-workers are a state away. I have my District Operator visit with me during my store visits every 6-8 weeks. We do have divisional meetings twice a year. The hardest part of the job is being on the road most of the time and not having any personal time until the weekends. The most enjoyable is going to my store locations for I have built great relationships with every site and they are like my family when I am away from home. I am looking for a job to where I can be home every night and to be able to enjoy my family and life. I am a very dependable-hardworking employee. I believe in giving 110% every day I am at work. I have great customer-people skills. I am a team player and believe in teamwork. I am out to help make the company I work for "profitable".
Company car, per dim
On the road too much, too many hours/no family time-personal time