Front Desk Receptionist/Administrative Assistant (Current Employee) – Peoria, AZ – 10 October 2017
This job is a great job; employees are nice, good commute, and sweet patients. The work load is crazy; not that much communication; job descriptions are not valid. The management is great, but needs improvement. Stress will come to this job.
It is good becuase your always hard working and you can have a laugh with the people you're working with
Labourer (Current Employee) – Oswestry, Shropshire – 6 October 2017
I find it very good working here but I feel like it's not the right job for me becuase I'm finding it very hard , and I want to look at different jobs and find different experiences so I can find something that I would like to do in the future
Technician (Former Employee) – Rock, AR – 23 September 2017
The pharmacy director doesn't really know what she's doing and the techs do most and often all of the work. They can only have 1 full time tech so you'll only be part time. Frankly the amount of work and stress is not worth the pay. Other employees are nice and welcoming but some are rude and also don't know what they are doing.
Repack (Former Employee) – Ontario, CA – 19 September 2017
freight handling/ Repack was actually fun it was like a workout throwing over 11,000 cases a day from 20 Lbs to 80 Lbs i loved the sweat it was like getting paid to workout. just didn't like that it was temporally jobs. i was with Pinnacle for over two, years and work at over 4 different job sites.
Cashier/Kitchen prep and opener/customer service (Former Employee) – Kalkaska, MI – 3 September 2017
I would never recommend that anyone work here (Arby's in Kalkaska). They treat their employees like dirt and have no heart. The only thing good was my first manager,(when I started) she was caring, but the company and the general manager and the newer managers were not. Horrible. They made you do things against health and food regulations that were unsafe just to earn the $$ from the sales.
general worker (Former Employee) – Diep River, Western Cape – 29 August 2017
I work at a pharmaceutical company whom supply pharmacies with our range of stock nationally I start my day off by picking and packing order, once that is completed I prepare it for delivery. I have to ensure that the fragile stock is well secured and packed precisely so that we have no damages when delivery takes place. I also have to ensure accurate measurements for delivery which include the weight and height of the boxes. Even though our days at Pinnacle are very demanding my colleagues and I get along very well, the teamwork is good and we assist each other when difficulties or problems arise. Our management team is very strict as they should be, but very helpful when support is required. I would say that the hardest part of my job is ensuring that the stock is delivered in good order as I will be held accountable for damaged stock and my signature is on the documents. The most enjoyable part of my day is having a team that I can rely on should things get hard.
only job available at the time with no experience needed
not the field that i am interested in and no place for growth
Enjoyed being out on the road, meeting new people, calling on business's, and making positive things happen for each business. Would have liked to stay working longer but the economy was not good all over the U S in 2008. However, it was an exciting challenge to dig for more business and make things happen.
Higher than average wage for warehouse work but be careful
Warehouse Worker (Current Employee) – San Antonio, TX 78226 – 24 July 2017
It's better if you are physically fit as the job is at periods intensely physical. Managers give lip service to safety over productivity but you have to be really careful and mind your own safety as you will be working in close proximity to fork lifts. The work area is old air force base so floor is magnetized iron composite. You will need very good shoes to avoid damaging your feet/joints. Wage is well above average for this type of work. Warehouse work is not a career path if you are not an immigrant so for non immigrants this is a end of career or beginning of career type job. Lots of non English speakers are employed at this warehouse. There are some lulls of work in the day and some of the work leaders allow you to relax, some however want a pretense of busy-ness at all times. This is not an air conditioned warehouse so prepare to sweat in the summer.
Nothing about this job was enjoyable from regionals always siding with the liars and back stabbers and and property managers going in and altering time sheets, endless phone calls, texts and emails giving one little to no personal time
If you work hard you'll be liked. Very physically demanding job for entry level employees. Management plays favorites. Middle management gets hung out to dry. You work side-by-side with your customer which can be both a good and a bad thing.
Assistant Property Manager (Current Employee) – Parker, CO – 27 June 2017
Good company to work for. Opportunities in area and throughout Colorado. Good benefits and culture. Opportunities to advance within company if willing to relocate. Even though large corporation has a family owned company type of feel.
Receiving clerk (Former Employee) – Ridgefield, WA – 13 June 2017
We work side by side with a second company that makes significantly more for easier work; they also don't invite us to most their community lunches and things like that. Infact we postpone our breaks so as not to intrude into the lunch room and spoil their fun