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Responsible for photographing a wide variety of assignments throughout the nation. Loved working with everyone I've met over the years. Includes magazine work for Midwest Home, Minnesota Monthly, Star Tribune, Pioneer Press, University of Minnesota Alumni Magazine, University of Minnesota College of Education and Human Development, Canadian Consulate.
Symantec Corporation (NASDAQ: SYMC), the world's leading cyber security company, allows organizations, governments, and people to secure their most important data wherever it lives. Our Integrated Cyber Defense (ICD) Platform unifies products, services, and partners, protecting enterprises against sophisticated threats across endpoints, networks, applications, and clouds. A global community of more than 50 million people rely on Symantec’s Norton and LifeLock products to help protect their digital lives at home and across their devices.
There is very good people working in the company but ultimately the people with power are not as good or as helpful unless there agenda is at order. The amount of work I had at my responsability was unreal: Cleaning dust on top of lockers, clean all floor tables, clean all chairs, clean of glass doors, clean all metal doors. I'm talking about a floor with more the 100 tables and more then 10 glass door and you can assume the number of lockers and cabinets and chairs all in a 3h period.
Is a morning job only 3h
Amount of work, the lack of support and the demands were unreachable.ents
Being a principal or a project manager calls for dedication, commitment and being very articulate in handling employee task requirements and customer needs for satisfaction. And this could make my typical day alittle bit tight scheduled as i had to follow each and every step of all events of the day at my place of work. Most enjoyable part of it is at the end of it all, positive results are achieved and seldom negative results creates bad days of the week which i couldn't sometimes go without testing
Free medical and accomodations, paid up official trips and healthy per diem
Tight schedules of the day
I should not be reviewing a company that I ran. It is a foolish exercise at best and unethical at worst. That said I cannot recommend working here because the hours were long, I often left battered and bruised, and I set myself on fire more times than I should have. On the plus side, the boss was cool and good looking
Boss was great
Caught on fire
It's a great company! The Consumer Electronic Industry is a very challenging fast pasted market right now! There are many new and innovative products to explore. It's always something new and better!!
Meeting new and interesting people
Not having a larger market for Consumer Electronics in this area
I've come of middle class family, so I need to work to support my family and establish my career as simple to lead the next. So I wish to get outstanding job where I can enhance my knowledge and serve the country as a sincere citizen.
A typical day at work consists of working with a group of students willing to work to improve their chances at getting ahead in life. What I have learned is the human spirit is amazing and indelible in every shape, form and fashion. Management where I work is very understanding and willing to work in any way they can to help with the education process. The workplace culture is a wide variety of people trying to learn at their own pace. The hardest part of the job is trying to form a fun, friendly learning environment in a confined learning center. The most enjoyable part of my job is seeing my students improve in areas they thought they would never be able to grow in and even go on to get the diplomas.
good benefits, clean work environment
lots of unpayed overtime, work more days than most teachers.
I worked for myself and had relied on my extensive contacts from previous work. I enjoy customer interaction and sales, so being able to be flexible and adapt as I saw fit was a plus. A typical workday would vary depending on what the job was. I had to do quite a bit of multi-tasking, which I enjoy. The work culture would vary from relaxed to fast-paced. The hardest part of the job was I was not part of a team, so interaction was limited. The best part of the job was closing deals and creating satisfied customers.
Great benefits, generous compensation, opportunity for growth.
Fell victim to takeover.
A typical day at work is going out on either device repairs or one on one trainings session with customers. While waiting for more leads and opportunities, I worked on networking and marketing. On really slow days i would go through inventory and reorder parts needed or work on updating the website. I learned a lot about how to run a business. the hardest part of the job is balancing out the workflow on busy days and staying competitive with the competition. The most enjoyable part of the job is seeing the customer reactions when their device has been fixed.
Prioritizing client projects; writing media releases and editorials; designing and executing strategic communication plans; working with media outlets to gain positive exposure for clients; crisis management and communications I've learned how to manage all aspects of the communication process I am currently in a small company with another partner. The hardest part of my job is selling an idea to a client that will help their business when they don't completely understand the role of the communications process. Many clients need to be educated first. The most enjoyable part of my job is writing.
Working from home; flexibility
Working from home; need more personal contact with clients.