Customer Service Representative (Former Employee), Newark, NJ – July 10, 2014
Pros: the entire experience was great, it was an entry level job that gave me a start.
Cons: no health care and a strict script
A typical day at this company was always very easy, I felt needed and appreciated. I learned many things with this company that has helped me advance in my customer service career. My co workers were usually new people coming in at an entry level position, as I had, and I would help them with scripts and difficult customers. The hardest part of the – more... position I held at this place of employment, was not being allowed to get creative with the script. But, overall, dealing with customers, the irate,the sweet and understanding, all of them, were the best part because it added to a learning experience. – less
packout/assembler (Former Employee), phoenix,az – June 8, 2014
Cons: confusing and stressful leadership
I recognize this company from address and description, the staffing agency is ok, but this job. LOL
if you want to be stressed and have your time wasted this power1 assignment is perfect. They really know how to make you feel like a sweatshop employee and force your head down or else environment management does not treat people with dignity nor respect – more... leads or supervisors are not professionals. short term the pay is ok long haul can be confusing and dangerous to your sanity...If you take it expect no more no less and forced to swallow garbage and breath Curtis's smoke... Good luck.... pS if the company try's to cross train you in different departments don't allow it they will place you in areas above your pay grade and take advantage of you at a lower pay...be cautious this solar company can be shadier than a stray with rabies... – less
Superior Group is a great place to work especially if you have children, and require a job with a flexible schedule.
Accounts Payable Associate (Former Employee), Williamsville, NY – February 5, 2014
Pros: flexible schedules, company picnics and parties, bonuses
Cons: short breaks, lack of communication, compensation
A typical day at Superior consisted of invoices and vendor inquiries. Researching and analyzing to execute the best possible solution to any situations that may have possibly arise. With all the updated software and technology i learned quit a bit. Management was not at its overall best. I found that the supervisors and managers were not given the proper – more... training needed in order to adequately manage a high volume staffing business such as Superior. My co-workers were extraordinary workers. Everyone including myself worked diligently and to the best of their ability to perform exceedingly. The hardest part of the job was working in a position where there was a lack of communication. Mostly, all errors and misunderstandings could have been avoided had there been proper communication. The most enjoyable part of the is when we did come together as a team to problem solve. I also enjoyed making sure the customers was satisfied and the vendors complied. Prior to working for Superior i had the knowledge to perform the job. After working there for 5 years i gained the skills and experience i needed to contribute to my future employer. – less