Role - Team member (Former Employee), pune , maharashtra – May 23, 2013
Pros: company was involved in hi-tech. continous traning and support was avaliable to staff, knowlege and skills could be upgraded
Cons: as a lady found it difficult to work on night shift, company had no pick-up and drop.
Company delivered services in following areas,E-commerce and traning. Company had 300 qulaified computer professionals providing technology suppport invovled in constantly improving website and providing higer level of features. Through this quality of traning was constantly improved. The atmosphere in the company was one of mutual hel , respect and – more... co-operation to achieve the company goals. – less
Administrator (Current Employee), Leicester, ENG – June 3, 2014
Pros: near to asda, job security
Cons: salary for work load is poor, managemnt is not great, unethical field managers.
my role i cannot give details due to its content and would come back to bite me if anyone seen this. the people whome work there are pretty much other then the guarenteed salary the only reason i have stayed for over 5 years. i find that if the face fits you are ok if not then you could get treated unfairly.
they were able to make move the entire population of world, this shows their long run existence, reliability,consistency in world market
to the post of executive sales engineer (Former Employee), any where in india – December 10, 2013
replace the work with other. anxiety,communication,confidence. situation handling with the possessed skills.it may be collectively or individually,depends. i had very friendly ambient from all directions of my life. pulling loyal customers. pulling loyal customers.
supply chain (Former Employee), sc – September 25, 2013
Cons: terribla management, worse human resoures managers i have ever experienced
Otis Elevator was the worst experience of my life. Too many hours. No one was concerned about you personally. It was all about the numbers,. If you want to work long hours with little to no appreciation then this is the place. During my exit interview I wasn't even asked why I was leaving. It was all about them. Really? The worst. There was zero planning. – more... Everything was a knee jerk reaction. – less
Tecnico Avarias (Former Employee), Lisbon – May 15, 2013
It is a company where the day was spent with the job safely and well defined, with which it would receive training helped improve technically, supervisors were always available to help with whatever was needed, with colleagues there was a team spirit between aid and it was more like having a sense of security and recognition of the company's
8 Years of experience in Banking (Card and Mortgage/Lending)
Senior Business Analyst (Current Employee), Wheeling – May 11, 2013
Has 8 years of experience in involves system analysis, business analysis and project execution. System analysis involves the analysis of feasibility of technical solutions, implications and documentation. Business analysis experience involves various cycles of requirement analysis, elicitation, gathering, management and communicating to different business – more... stakeholders involved into business process. Project execution experience involves project planning, project scoping, project charter document, and project information document and project status report. Gained sound knowledge on domains like Cards and Payments (dispute processing, clearing, settlement and reconciliation), Lending/Mortgage and Retail banking while working on packages like Vision plus, Mortgage Serv and CAMS II. – less
Pros: meeting people and getting on the job training
Cons: not always being able to get the go-ahead on certain projects that were so necessary
No two days were the same which made my job extremely interesting I was exposed to, and trained in, so many divisions of the Human Resources fields and developed amazingly My immediate line of management was the HR Executive and had a good relationship will all managers, which was necessary in obtaining their support re seminars, etc. My co-workers – more... consisted mainly of my staff and fellow HR Officers, eg Training The hardest part of the job was having to deal with staff reduction within the company and this occurred a few times. The most enjoyable was being able to bring some form of happiness to staff members and their loved ones in time of tragedy, providing healthcare days throughout the country - there are too many to mention. – less
Otis College of Art and Design is an excellent place to learn.
Instructor (Current Employee), Westchester, CA – January 24, 2013
Pros: great teaching subjects, good crew, great students
Cons: just wish there were many more courses i could teach there!
The Otis team consists of incredibly talented men and women whose main goal is to offer a glorious variety of courses and career training in the arts, from graphics and fabric design, to toy design and production, marvelously creative product design classes and film, animation and much more. Everyone pulls together, works hard and helps inter-departmentally – more... as well. I wish every company could be as good as this one. – less