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Newly established Canadian company.
Cashier/Sales Associate (Current Employee), Edmonton, ABAugust 9, 2012
Pros: management is able to accommodate the needs of employees.
Cons: not given enough shifts or hours.
A typical day at work consists of interacting with the customers, processing sales transactions, inventory movement and replenishment, folding clothing, organizing and managing the fitting rooms, and cleaning the section of the store you are responsible for that day. I've learned to manage my time wisely between helping customers, completing tasks, – more... and cleaning the store while keeping calm and composed. The co-workers are great at Tag. I get along well with the majority of the staff. The hardest part of the job is accepting the fact that I can not be given full time hours because the company budget will not allow for it at the moment. The most enjoyable part of the job is when my boss and co-workers compliment the work I do. – less
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fun workplace
Gym Instructor (Former Employee), Leicester, ENGOctober 15, 2014
Pros: free gym membership
Cons: not alot of hours
gym floor learning the how to become a gym instructor. learning the trade.
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Fun
Project manager (Former Employee), Johannesburg GautengOctober 5, 2014
Pros: nice to work out of south africa and meet all type of people
Cons: long hours are always part of your job but sometimes very long hours a day can be tireing.
a typical day is to follow up on all progress of the work you are currently busy with.
I learned that to be patient and listen to what people say you get so much more out of the people.
Management was always available to assist where needed.
I enjoy work with my co-workers because I am adaptable and can fit into any conversation.
the hardest part of – more... my job was to get all my material and equipment to the sites in DRC due to bad roads and not reliable transport.
The most enjoyable part was the braai we had on weekend to boost team moral. – less
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good set of workmates
Welder coded (Former Employee), Middlesbrough, ENGSeptember 18, 2014
Pros: excellent place to work.
Cons: a good rate of pay.
Welding various parts of wind farm components with either sub arc or mig welding.
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Decent Company
Transportation Inspector (Former Employee), Anchorage, AKAugust 8, 2014
Pros: work 2 hours get paid 3
Cons: small company
TAG/ICIB offers decent pay for part time workers but on the job training is confusing. For instance the con is they hand you a booklet of "training information" When I was there the booklet was corrected and reprinted a minimum of 3 times within 2 weeks. So whatever you learn, be ready to learn it again a different way many times. Coworkers are grouchy – more... and when things go wrong, its your fault regardless who is to blame. Management is nowhere to be found because their in a different city. Small company without guidance or morals. – less
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Fun
I.T. Helpdesk (Former Employee), N Lauderdale, FLJuly 30, 2014
Pros: bonus
Cons: paid holidays & bonuses pay tooken away
Helping others
customer service
considerate
fun
getting approval
being approve
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Does not look after its workers.
Retoucher and Mac Operator (Former Employee), London, ENGJuly 23, 2014
Pros: a late night tesco around the corner.
Cons: how long you got.
I worked the nightshift for 15 years and although there were some good times overall it was not a nice environment to work in. Like all Prepress operators i had to learn the software within a working environment. Which in most cases is fine, but not when there is no expert on the floor to ask questions too. Being a quick learner and logical these problems – more... did not hinder my progress, its just that its not the way to go about being tutured. You end up only learning maybe 30% of the software, enough to get the job done, instead of being given the proper training and becoming an expert. But like everything with Tag it comes down to money. Wheather its a training course or just looking after its staff, only the useless seemed to be rewarded. I was never given an increase because of goodwork, it was only because i became disgruntled and unhappy, that was the hardest part. I was one of the better operators on the shift. Given complex briefs, sitting with clients and tight deadlines. I would even stay on after shift to finish my project or even to help others accomplish theirs. I was always professional, hoping that one day it would help me progress. It never did. You could do 30 jobs in one night and if 1 had gone wrong it would be only that error that you would be remembered for the next day. My fellow collegues where a joy to work with. Sometimes i think it was the only reason why i stayed for so long. We always laughed and had good banter, despite being treated so poorly, that was the most enjoyable part of the job and the one i miss. Overall Tag is not out to look after its monkeys. They pay even lower than peanuts. – less
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laid back but felt i learnt alot
Trainee (Former Employee), ManstonMay 16, 2014
Pros: free lunches
Cons: travelling in the middle of nowhere.
the average day working with TAG was enjoyable, I felt that i learnt alot in such a small space of time all within animal management. my colleagues was very supporting and helped me through jobs that at times seemed a struggle. the most enjoyable part was the feeling of acheivement at the end of the shift.
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Good company not enough work
Truck Driver (Current Employee), Hammond, INMay 3, 2014
Pros: good pay, good people
Cons: most coworkers speak spanish, not enough work
It's a good company to work for: the money is good, the atmosphere is good, the immediate supervisors are great, coworkers are a good bunch to work with (with the normal exception of two or three). But there is not enough work and I am laid off most of the time.
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Prepare to get very dirty working here.
Ironworker (Former Employee), Portage, INApril 14, 2014
Awesome pay rate,liked working with my crew and being around other Ironworkers.
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It's a great place to work for.
Technical Support Engineer (Former Employee), Chicago, ILFebruary 17, 2014
Pros: it provides training lab.
• Provided technical support services for telecommunications, technology, wireless, and retails.
• Service all customers who called the call center manufacturing.
• Ensured user satisfaction by providing preventative maintenance, troubleshooting and resolving problems.
• Opened/Closed incidents and services requests in incident tracking tool.
• Delivered – more... the highest level of support for personal computers and peripherals.
• Support wide-area, local-area wireless networks, basic printer, and other end user devices.
• Provided Tier “1” phone technical support environment.
• Utilized Log-me in to resolve problem remotely, and Break/Fix issues.
• Resolved hardware issues, drivers conflict, operating system recovery and restore.
• Installed, uninstalled PC hardware, and software.
• Windows 7, Vista, XP, and MS Office, Mac, and desktop, laptop and printer setup.
• Antivirus software, popup blockers, malware, and bloat-ware removal.
• Managed tickets, documented all steps, and shared solution with the team.
• Escalated problem to field technician for in-home support services.
• Applied updates, drivers to resolve operating system and hardware issues. – less
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All in my Own Time
Management Design, Owner in Management (Current Employee), UKJanuary 20, 2014
Pros: flexibilty
Cons: not enough to servive
the great thing about working here is that I can do as little or as much as I need or want to do. and all in my own time
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Productive
Customer Service Agent (Current Employee), North Lauderdale, FlNovember 20, 2013
A typical day at work is dealing with customer in which I have no problem with. Their satisfaction is my satisfaction. I enjoy working amongst my co-workers. Management isn't the best but thats just management. Haven't found any difficulties with my job and seeing customer's review about my services are the most enjoyable part if my days.
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great money
Telecommunications Field Installer (Former Employee), Menands, NYNovember 13, 2013
Pros: good pay
Cons: 90% travel
good money lots of travel, unable to refuse locations to travel to
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Wonderful family environment
Assistant to Property Manager (Current Employee), Burlington, ONOctober 29, 2013
Many lessons learned under a real estate umbrella company.
Friendly people to work for.
Daily challenges with ample assistance
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Technical Support
Advanced Technical Support Representative (Former Employee), Fort Lauderdale, FLOctober 29, 2013
Pros: technical training
Cons: management
If you have a medical issue or you go to school, they do not adjust your schedule, even if you still want full time. The management was very poor and unorganized. They were all on a different page as far as objectives and what needed to be done. The customer did not come first. I learned how to fix and resolve data devices that are used in everyday – more... life. The hardest part of the job was discussing ideas with management. The most enjoyable part of the job was helping customers resolve issues – less
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nice place with pool table, TV and pc available in the break room
Technical support Engineering (Former Employee), Margate, FLOctober 21, 2013
Friendly place, co-workers are great...a place with great opportunity to learn.
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fun place to work
Technical Equipment Specialist (Former Employee), Fort Lauderdale, FLOctober 9, 2013
Pros: family members can stay with you on the job if a storm hits
Cons: job advancement
Typically your job consist of cleaning up another tech issues or call follow up.
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Poorly run
Customer Service Apprenticeship (Former Employee), sheffieldSeptember 12, 2013
Pros: -
Cons: didn't get qualification
Never got a placement as the company never found me a placement.

I was taught how the leisure industry worked.
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not bad at all
Technical Support (Former Employee), Tamarac, FLAugust 18, 2013
Pros: stable job
good way to gain customer service experience,...good training class

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