I don't know about"I felt proud to work for them when", because I take pride in everything I do and I always do my best at whatever task that I have undertaken. And I'm very detail oriented so operating a machine for them and keeping the production and quality UpTo there standards wasn't an issue. As a matter of fact, no one could come close to my numbers. And the environment and attitude of the supervisors and other employees was without question one of the best places that I have ever worked I was thinking about going back to work there That should say enough in itself and I would encourage ANYONE to take the job if given the opportunity. It will be a positive experience that they will never forget.
Worked as Customs and excise officer under the National Revenue Authority. Amongst others: to collect revenue on imported goods, collect taxes on locally manufactured goods, prevent and arrest smugglers.
The National Scence Foundation is nice government agency to work; it is were all the aspects of basic research in science begins.
I stayed at national check cashers because I enjoy the job until I learned that the loans that are offered were set up to fail. Most of the clientele On fixed incomes Just trying to make it month-to-month. I left because I could not take a vantage of people like that.
Getting to interact with many different types people. The relationships/bonds shared among employees. The joy I get from bringing a smile to customers faces when resolving their issues. I was pushed to find more innovative ways to improve our customers experience when banking.
More complicated financial oversight, on boarding and how to create and execute new ideas in a fast moving industry.
I worked 20 years and got very sick where I needed FMLA to take time and recover. I felt I was pushed out the door and just a number in the employee jungle. Shame on them. The HR Department wasn’t professional at all