Production Specialist (Former Employee) – Rochester, NY – 17 May 2017
I have worked through YOH twice and both times they have been very helpful and resourceful for me. They do have some benefits that you are able to take advantage of but usually is not the most cost effective option.
ITSM Consultant SME (Former Employee) – Sacramento, CA – 25 March 2017
Experienced ITSM Service Delivery specialist with a proven track record in cultivating and maintaining long-term relationships with key stakeholders and clients. Demonstrated in-depth experience in meeting and exceeding specific SLA requirements. Ability to develop and deliver value added consulting and strategic technology infrastructure solutions for diverse business environments. Adept at remote working and leading cross-functional teams towards exceeding client and business expectations within timelines and budget. Seeking a remote management role where strong IT project and ITSM management and consulting skills can be applied to the growth of a top-tier organization or consulting firm.
Typical day Setup and test a multitude of popular Windows applications on Development boards and consumer grade PC's and laptops. Perform validation, thermal and abrasion testing of Android based personal wearable devices watches, glasses and biometric sensors.
Hardest part No vacation No holiday pay no sick time no insurance
Switch Technician (Former Employee) – Missouri – 14 March 2017
Contract: As far as the actual work it was a great place to work. But, being a contractor without any benefits will take a toll. Not able to get paid for taking personal time off will limit your options. Not having that full-time title also limits in other areas that include financing, etc.
Job: Great place to work with good people. Clearly defined job roles and responsibilities.
Electronic Technician (Former Employee) – Rochester, NY – 20 January 2017
I was contract at Harris for two years. While there I started incircuit testing circuit boards and handing them with the print out to other technicians. When it was slow, I would also troubleshoot the circuit boards. For a two week period, I helped out testing full radio systems.
The company I was contract with, required the same benefits for contract employees.
Payroll Analyst / Assistant Security Officer (Current Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – 28 November 2016
Working in a team setting with great people. Where everyone is there to help when there is a hard deadline to meet. I enjoy speaking with and helping clients from across the country while learning new skills to improve productivity.
HR Specialist Globalfoundries (Former Employee) – Malta, NY – 16 November 2016
Great company that placed me with GF to work for. Challenging and rewarding! Learned so much in a year and the role really kept me challenged. HR dept. was supportive and overall a great team to work with. Would recommend this company to work for. Overall great culture and values!
Each and every work day was positive and fulfilling.
Content/software tester (Former Employee) – San Diego County, CA – 2 November 2016
A fulfilling day at work that involves challenges & accomplishments; learning from co-workers and being a team player, with a management look up to. The most enjoyable part of the day is the entire day. I learned something new every day and had a strong sense of purpose.
A positive work environment; short commute; set schedule, Monday through Friday.
Research Analyst (Former Employee) – Swiftwater, PA – 30 October 2016
• Performed ELISA technique by using plates coated with contaminant proteins in toxoid preparation in order to indicate if the antibodies to contaminants were responsible for the discrepancy • Maintained impeccable standards in chemical inventories, safely disposing of waste and accurately calibrating laboratory equipment
Implementation, Project Manager (Former Employee) – Buffalo, NY – 26 September 2016
Extensive Corporate Organizational Transition Process to provide an accurate response. The Management Team was also undergoing a major transition process which filtered to the new employees. The communication from the Executive Team to the team members was lacking and much to be desired.
I was a Recruiter at Yoh for a little over 3 years. During my tenure the company had difficulties paying contractors on time, answering contractor questions, or generally running back office operations. There is little advancement opportunities. It is nearly impossible to make the Incentive Trip for producers. Yoh is unable to recruit good talent and after 3 years I know why.
Decent base salary
Back office operations, management, advancement opportunities.