Receptionist (Former Employee) – St. Louis, MO – 25 March 2014
A typical day of work involved greeting employees, vendors and contractors; answering and handling calls as necessary; managing breakroom and office supplies and coordinating lunch meetings. I ran errands occasionally as well. I made some good friends at HDR and I learned so much in the 7 years I was there. The hardest part of the job, was that I was not kept busy. There was not much to do and no room for advancement and I like to be kept busy with a variety of work. Breaks are nice too, but not when the better part of your 40 hours feels like one. The other hard part of the job was the management. I won't go into detail because I would have unprofessional thoughts on that subject. The benefits were not the best I've had, but better than most. The company provided a 401K investment opportunity and they matched my 4% I provided.
Free lunches during meetings, good benefits and lots of PTO accrual
IT Support Analyst (Current Employee) – Richmond Hill, ON – 21 April 2018
Best team orientated work environment. Everyone is kind and help each other to get task completed. Well organized, Respective, and welcoming by celebrating birthdays and other events. Has more extracurricular activities keep the work/life balance.