Passenger Service Agent (Current Employee) – Florida – 11 August 2017
A typical day here was pretty good, its fast paced and fun to work at TBI. Iyt can be challenging and stressfull at certain times but it is worth it. The pay isnt the greatest but its not too bad either especially if your part time.
Opératrice de production (Former Employee) – Montréal-la-Cluse (01) – 10 January 2018
Mon expérience au sein d'une usine, m'a permise de développer le sens du travail d’équipe. En tant que étudiante, assez habitué à l'autonomie c'est une conception travail que j'ai découvert et qui m'a plu .
Service Provider (Current Employee) – Queens, NY – 24 December 2017
Poor pay and no concern for employee's time or effort. Management is ineffective and clueless. Paperwork is tedious and often sits in staff's mailboxes unread and unsent. Management does not understand fundamentals of Behaviorism, including; goal writing, goal planning, baseline function, establishing criteria etc. The list goes on and on. Be prepared to be frustrated, confused, underpaid and undervalued.
Cresci e aprendi muito dentro dessa empresa. Ambiente de trabalho muito agradavél, profissionais dedicados e comprometidos, a Direção da empresa sempre muito solicita e disposta a ouvir criticas e ideias dos funcionarios.
Chargé d'affaires et coordinnateur travaux (Current Employee) – Suresnes (92) – 15 October 2016
Conseil en aménagement et techniques Analyse ou création de cahiers des charges clients ; Réalisation de relevés sur site et reportage photos. Réalisation seul ou en équipe avec les départements internes : space-planning ; recherche de matériaux ; prescription ; conseils / études techniques et architecturales. Réalisation de devis / Constitution de dossiers d’appels d’offres Consultation et négociation : clients / fournisseurs / sous-traitants / fabricants / départements internes. Planification de chantier / Conduction de travaux : achats et gestion des approvisionnements ; encadrement des équipes ; coordination travaux. Coordination terrain auprès de partenaires de déménagement ; transfert et logistique interne. Gestion de chantiers en régional occasionnels. Développement de portefeuille ; animation, partenariats et suivi clients : architectes, utilisateurs, propriétaires, gestionnaires de biens ; Broker… Réalisation des démarches administratives travaux : réalisation de DOE ; SPS ; dossier amiante ; bureaux d’études ; consuel ; bureaux de contrôle ; EDF/GDF… Prescription de contrats de maintenance multi technique Gestion des litiges et retards de paiements Contribution au respect de l’environnement : prescriptions clients et partenariats. Participation aux réunions: commerciales ; de développement ; d’organisation de chantier et fournisseurs. Recrutement de nouvelles ressources (sous- traitants, fournisseurs, ressources internes).
Avantages en nature: voiture de fonction familiale; carte GR; Mutuelle BTP; panier repas
Donor Referral Coordinator (Current Employee) – San Antonio, TX – 11 January 2016
This is easily one of the best jobs I've ever had. The management is supportive, encouraging and patient. Perhaps best of all in my opinion, they have done the job I do now; this gives them a superior understanding of the basic requirements and qualities needed in a successful employee.
direct support professional (Current Employee) – Duluth, MN – 4 November 2015
very fun place to work however its very dangers at times due to clients and not very well paid for taking that danger. my co workers are amazing to work with. management is great! I have learned a lot and the best part was connecting with the clients. it will be hard to leave however I just need something more stable for me and closer to home the commute is a little rough for me at the moment.
Great organization to work for, I personally could not adjust to the third shift position
Registered Nurse, OSFMC, Physical Rehabilitation (Former Employee) – Peoria, IL – 22 October 2015
Treating patients who were receiving care for traumatic brain injuries, non traumatic brain injuries, stroke and limb amputations. I learned basic trachea care and suctioning, the use of all mechanical lifts, wound care and picc care. Co workers were helpful when possible. The hardest part of the job for me was concentrating after 4 am. I took a third shift position and found out quickly it was not a schedule I would be able to adapt to. Charting and patient care took the entire 12 hour shift wiyh not much time left for chit chat with the patients, which I do enjoy whenever possible. Aspect of this position that I enjoyed was the gratification I would get knowing that I was truly making a difference in these patient's lives.
Purchasing Coordinator/Events Coordinator (Former Employee) – Richmond, CA – 20 August 2015
This is not the place to work if you want to be appreciated and or rewarded for hard work. Employees do most of the work while management gets all the glory. There is a high employee turnover which says a lot.
Awesome company to work for, great benefits, lots of opportunity to make money!
Sales (Former Employee) – Mesa, AZ – 5 May 2015
Cold calling to companies to sale CenturyLink for phones and internet, sometimes we would sale Comcast and Charter, MiTel and DirecTV, we closed are own sales and wrote up our own orders. I learned a lot about the technology for Cable and Telco companies, and about closing. Management was awesome and so were my co-workers. The hardest part of the job was getting the owners or decision makers on the phone. I enjoyed making lots of money and it was a very nice environment and they had great training! The only reason I am not there anymore is because they closed the Mesa office.