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I like my job but management is to eager to write people up.
Lube Technician in Hazard:
Pros: The people I work with
Cons: Some customers always looking for a free ride
Retail Manager in Edmond:
Pros: Promoting associates, making a difference in their life and giving them a chance.
Cons: One bad walk and I’m fired, or my brand is completely damaged.
Software Developer in Bangalore:
Pros: Benefits
Cons: Work life balance
Generally a good place.
Software Architect in Sunnyvale:
Pros: Initiatives are well received and supported
Cons: Lots of dependencies, lots of moving parts
Overworked, Underpaid.
Sales Associate in Waynesboro:
Pros: Competitive pay, group atmosphere, casual dress, discount on almost everything
Cons: Ideas are not heard, never enough workers, managers are disconnected, underpaid for the amount performed, managers play favorites.
Every day it is a challenge cuz every day the flow in the store is different so we may be busy at times som that our products are always stocked and ready to go for our customers our customers are always number one.
Production Supervisor in San Antonio:
Pros: What I like most of all is first of all working with my very hard-working associates second of all I always like making sure that we have all our products on the floor on time when our store opens at 6 a.m. so we have to make sure that all the products are baked in our bakery and make sure that our production starts as well in our deli department. I always like to see the customer smile when they get a fresh product.
Cons: What I like least about my job not being able to provide a certain item for a customer and that is probably due to us not carrying that product no longer. Then I have a sad customer.
Not too shabby, could use a pay raise though. Don't believe the hype.
Overnight Stocker in Fayetteville:
Pros: I have space to do my job and have fun doing it, with people who appreciate me, and my work.
Cons: I need more money to live