I enjoyed IT sales and working with national accounts. The best part of the job was penetrating the accounts and building relationships. The commute was a little far but management was great and I was very close to the internal managers and the owner. This company has since gone out of business.
Manager Assistant Intern (Former Employee) – Nanjing, China – 11 August 2019
I found this job in Nanjing, China, it is going though the construction, I helped the manager to do some cad drawings and helped to contact to the design company, from this I can learn some practical things about Interior design.
usuaual assignments are professional and a good work two assignment are the same so flexability a must.
relief pharmacist (Current Employee) – New Brunswick – 9 August 2019
I enjoy working for Focuz. We are assigned a variety of assignments and enjoy working with most of the staff members in the different work assignments. As a relief pharmacist it is great to be greeted by friendly knowledgeable and professional staff that are well trained.Some pharmacies are easier to work in than others. I enjoy the experience as a relief pharmacist with Focus. The Focus team go out of their way to accommodate the client and relief pharmacist.
Relaxed, buy with little opportunity for advancement.
Customer Service Representative & Sales (Former Employee) – Clinton, IA – 27 July 2019
Very relaxed environment. Most of the management don't receive the proper training. Therefore there are many representatives that typically need a good deal of help completing even some of the simplest tasks.
Drops technician (Former Employee) – Lower Mainland, BC – 22 July 2019
One of the worst employers I have worked for. Have been around for many years yet seems like they just opened the doors. So many Mis managed divisions and good luck being promoted from within. Lots of favouritism and a dispatch manager who thinks he knows more than everyone else.
Good co workers, lots of work
Mismanagement, screw up on pay constantly, still paid by paper check
Sales Agent (Former Employee) – Ogden, UT – 1 March 2019
They hire most people even felons for around $10 an hour. sometimes they have ridiculous rules and goals. Focus is all based on what their client wants ( they provide sales and customer service solutions for companies) Sometimes they don't push back to protect the employees from over scrutiny. not a bad place to go when you are down on your luck or desperately need a job. but as with most jobs like this... all Perks, no real benefits.... hard to tolerate long term and they often took away 10 an hour if you didn't meet 40 hrs per week.... a sick day can cost you way more here. no real sick day system... no real PTO its very backwards how it was being done.
Crew Cheif (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – 22 February 2019
Poor management with low understanding of what surveyors really do in real world. Run as a money factory with no bonus or decent benefits. lots of long work days were often followed by months of uncertainty and no pay coming in.
high pay during busy periods
long hours, management intentionally forgets booked days off
TELECOMMUNICATIONS REPRESENTATIVE (Former Employee) – Sterling, IL – 14 February 2019
They tell you you only have to work 8 hours and they will work with you part time. THAT IS A LIE. You have to make up the time you spent going to the bathroom and have to make up ALL of your breaks including your lunch. And they are always asking for more hours. The managers are a joke and always demanding. They made a team stand up until they completed a sale.
Material Handler/Forklift Operator (Former Employee) – Harrisonville, MO – 26 November 2018
This place is terrible. They expect you to live at your job with little compensation and a huge amount of personal disrespect. The pay is almost the bare minimum of what they have to pay you. This versus their expectations on your job performance is hardly fair. One of the worse jobs that I've ever had.