The Internship was very exciting and I learnt a lot of new things.
Intern (Former Employee), Muscat, Oman – January 12, 2013
Pros: group lunches were fun and free.
Cons: lack of young employers and limited growth
The company made me experience a whole new world of the corporate world. My work started at 8 in the morning and went on till 5 in the evening. I was given different tasks every week for ex. designing a website, etc. The hardest part of my internship was when it came to coding. I needed a little help in this particular area. But it was fun learning – more... it. As my co-workers were very friendly and helpful. The most enjoyable part of this internship is that we had a very fun work atmosphere which never made me feel nervous or awkward during work. – less
CNA (Current Employee), Danville, PA – January 1, 2013
Pros: 1/2 lunch break
Cons: healthcare cost
I sit with pt's on a 1:1 watch, take vitals, check sugar's, do floor checks, make packets for admissions, do laundry, stock med room, help patients with their ADL'S when needed. I enjoy working with my staff on night shift.
Electrician (Former Employee), Havana – April 29, 2012
Pros: free lunches, picnic
Cons: far away and long under the sun and
When in Latin America intruduce the MCI Crusader bus, I was able to pass the training on them, where renovations were carried MCI MCI 8 to 9, a labor q has changed since the last panel to the repair of motor accessories and learning all their areas and mainly electrical, was done as a team rather than keeping each repair to be made then make dynamic – more... testing and static – less
cariste (Former Employee), Volga plage a fort de france – October 24, 2012
des journées de travail plus ou moins agréable en tant que cariste j'ai eu quelque problème o début de ma mission avec 1 chariot élévateur de niveau 3 était qu'il avait 1 fuite d'eau au niveau du radiateur et qui par la suite a brûler le joint de culasse