Delta Airlines- Customer Service Agent (Former Employee) – Toronto Pearson Internationl Airport – 18 July 2013
A typical day at Northwest airlines would include me dealing with customers from all over the world. A lot of my work included translating for my coworkers and for customs. I've learned to respect and communicate with people of diverse ethnic backgrounds. The hardest part of the job was learning to work under stress but that is something I have been able to successfully overcome. I had a respectable relationship with my managers as they frequently promoted positive synergy between all levels of employment. The most enjoyable part of the job was being able to meet so many wonderful people and of course, travelling and being exposed to different ways of life.
Travelling, Meeting new people, Assisting in translation
that guy (Current Employee) – Kelowna, BC – 20 October 2012
Great people to work with, Not always up to date with our tools to serve our guests though. Like any restaurant / hotel job there are ups and downs. This particular place doesn't have a high turn over rate though which is nice and management is usually pretty understanding.
benefits if you sign up for them. usually above avg wage.
usually long hours without breaks, not enough staff
Warehouse (Current Employee) – Waterloo, ON – 11 August 2012
Hardest part: lifting furnace or air conditioner that is awkwardly to carry. Typical day: count back stock coming from jobs, get there vehicles stocked, prepare jobs for next day, deliver parts if they need. Learned: expand my knownledge further on how to put in air conditioners and furnaces Management: extremely friendly and able to teach. Co workers: friendly, offer help Enjoyable: able to talk to anyone, workers are wanting to teach you new things