Great pay, long hours, negative, toxic corporate environment
EXECUTIVE ASSISTANT TO THE PRESIDENT (Former Employee) – Maryland – 7 May 2018
If you can handle extreme pressure and can work in a toxic environment without taking it home with you, the owner will treat you kindly . Job advancement for those working lower-level positions is not likely. If you're in corporate, chances are much more likely.
Christmas party and bonus
no healthcare, negative working environments, dangerous in field
Fun work place till it changed differently at the end
Maintenance Worker (Former Employee) – Jamestown, NY – 16 August 2017
CODE has it's ups and downs just like any other job. When I was first hired, the communication and understanding to new ideas to get each apartment completed was great. I enjoyed making a difference by making each apartment clean and livable for each family to live in. Unfortunately the communication and understanding to the tasks that needed to be done, steadily dropped. My fulltime job went to part time.
Hours were great. Enjoyed the maintenance work that i managed.
Comunication was weak. Limited materials to get a job done.
Blu Dot was a phenominal company to work for. While there was plenty of work to go around, management was NOT overbearing with unreasonable expectations about each employee's workload. Co-workers were easy going and helpful when assistance was needed.
Free bagel Wednesday, private gym on site, awesome holiday party
Growth should be there at workplace technically as well as financially. i have learn so many new things from government projects. client communication, working independently, development, functional testing, reporting to my AGM on day to day basis but i am not comfortable with HR policy.
TRAINEE (Current Employee) – Islamabad, – 12 February 2015
I am here to learn the maximum I can. Working on dummy projects to learn different tools. Management is very cooperative and Co-workers are very helpful. I did not find any hard part of this training as basically I am enjoying the work. Its more like course just to make my self fit in QA Team so that I can learn to work on the related tools for testing.
Its a course plus training even then I am getting stipend
Shop Foreman, Technician/ Fabrication (Current Employee) – Rifle, CO – 18 June 2014
I have enjoyed working here. Getting to repair and diagnosis problems that only exists when the vehicles have been extremely modified has been a great challenge. I have learned how to fabricate, how to look up and order parts, create estimates and work orders, and how to build relationships with the customers which keeps them returning. We are a small shop of three. The hardest part of the job is diagnosing vehicles without having the proper equipment (no access to wiring diagrams, scan tool). The most enjoyable part of this shop is seeing the excitement from the customers when they pick up their vehicle and it looks totally different.