Office (Former Employee), Dunville, NL. – April 20, 2013
Pros: challenging position where i learned many new skills.
Cons: disgruntal manager.
Typical day was renting out equipment for contractors or individuals. I learned all aspects of accounting, which I find very interesting and definitely challenging. Management was poor, co-workes were great people to work with. Hardest part of this job was been able to please the manager, and the most enjoyable was different things I learned on the – more... job. – less
Service Manager (Former Employee), Burnaby BC – June 13, 2012
Pros: learning lots
Cons: no backbone in managment
Great venue that I worked at. Upper managment not able to get respect of employee's due to poor decisions. Well trained techs Hard to work with other branchs as no structure through the company. Great benifits No room for advancement unless you are part of a "gentlemens" club and the company thinks of you as a number and not a person. Very metrix and – more... number orientated company and expect you to get them by whatever means. – less
Rental Coordinator and Dispatcher (Former Employee), West Haven, CT – October 29, 2013
Typical day consisted of dispatching drivers for deliveries in the tri-state area. Writing contracts for upcoming jobs. Taking rental orders by phone. Doing site surveys for jobs and present pricing. Inventory control.
Senior Credit Service Representative (Former Employee), Sugar Land, TX – July 30, 2013
Pros: good medical benefits
Cons: office closure
A steady work load that keeps you busy, but great for making the day pass by quickly. I enjoyed working with my co-workers we were like a family because we spent so much time together. For the most part I liked the management staff. The hardest part of the job was when you had a client who you knew was having a rough time because of the economy and – more... they had to close their doors. I think the most enjoyable part for me was the coming together of the team to exceed the challenges that were placed before us. – less