Folder Operator (Former Employee) – Tulsa, OK – 21 November 2016
i loved running a folder and being an overall bindery jack of all trades, such as work in other departments when needed, i was always the first person they came to when they had problems and needed help trouble shooting,
Account Executive (Former Employee) – Springfield, IL – 8 June 2016
Resource One was a great place to work. Typical work day 8-10 hours. Felt like I grew with this company as a team player, account manager and project manager. Talented designers and coordinators whose help was integral in winning projects. Management was always there to support us and offer help when needed. Enjoyed our annual company retreat to plan our new year together and work on team building exercises.
Sales/ Installation team (Former Employee) – Worthington, OH – 7 June 2016
I thoroughly enjoyed my time at Resource One. The hours were plentiful, my pay was fair and management were extremely kind and supportive. I learned about two crucial sides to running a business, the technical side as well as the sales side. Both taught me much in the way of job efficiency and cultivating relationships.
Machine Operator (Current Employee) – Tulsa, OK – 28 January 2016
This place only has 1st and 2nd shift and a lot of overtime. I very enjoy working in this place, especially working with all the wonderful peoples. I did learn a lot from this work place, nothing hard to learn from the job I working on.
facilities maintenance technician/ lead (Current Employee) – Tulsa Oklahoma – 6 January 2016
Great place to work if you are not working in production. The pay is not the best but they give you plenty of hours to make it somewhat alright. The management is pretty fair most of the time. I enjoy going to work most days. I have been there for 3+ years and I have been able to get the pay increases that were deserved. Overall great company to work for.
prepress (Former Employee) – Tulsa, OK – 26 August 2015
fast paced company that was growing and needed extra help. but where unwilling too train. would have been my choice job to stay at the pay and hours where great. typical day I would get several jobs to proof out and then make proofs on a plotter then I would set them up to be plated and then they would move on to the next department. the hardest part about this job was the lack of communication with me being a new hire. they where set in there ways if working as only two people for 10 years and didn't wanna train some one new.
I looked forward to going to work every day to see my clients who were very pleasant people. I' ve learned to have patient and work in a timely manner. My co workers were professional and cooperative. The hardest part of the job was the mood swings my clients went through but it was a productive challenge that made me a more humble person. I enjoyed the activities I scheduled for my clients.
Home Health Caregiver (Current Employee) – Memphis, TN – 17 October 2014
I enjoy my job as a CNA. I love to care for people and have someone depend on me to make their lives better. My patients love to see me come and they hate to see me leave and that makes my job so much more enjoyable. The hardest part about my job is when one of my patients health take a turn for the worst. The best part about my job is being able to make a person feel good about themselves and for my patients to have a sense of well-being.
Banker / Loan Officer (Former Employee) – Hicksville, NY – 1 April 2013
Resource One was a company that I did not stay long because it was only Commission Based Salary needed a more Stable Job. But I did learned some good Info on Mortgages. My Boss was good and co-workers as well.
Laser Room Operator (Former Employee) – Tulsa, OK – 14 February 2013
The start of the day began with finding what job(s) needed to be printed for the day. While working there I've learned how to use large laser printers. Management was Ok for the most part. I enjoyed working with my co workers. The hardest part of the job was crunch time during the holidays, everything was hectic. The most enjoyable part of the jobs was working with the printers.