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"Horrible communication, horrible management structure, and zero accountability."
"The best part of working at CGP is the many different customers and the variety of jobs they bring to be printed. The worst part of working at CGP is the lack of inventory on hand to complete print jobs."
"This is more about going through a recruiting company than being a contract worker."
"I hated that my contract had ended and could not continue working with a great team. It was an amazing experience and was given a great opportunity to grow within the company."
"It pays the bills but I do prefer full-time employment over contract."
"Love working for them, but wished I could have stayed on."
"Being my own boss. Accepting projects and being able to work to perfection and completion at my own pace. My involvement in seeing different food manufacturing industries and expanding my personal knowledge."
"I think I would more enjoy working in a setting that would allow me more direct interaction with members of the team. I have a very social personality, and I don't think I really got to apply my creative juices here."
"The Over the Road (OTR) lifestyle is not for everyone, but Steven's Transport makes it as enjoyable as possible with flexible time off, generous benefits, and the freedom to do your work as you see fit as long as the end customer is serviced satisfactorily. Make no mistake, the hours are long and the work will wear on you but for a company as large as Steven's they do their best to make you feel at ease and a part of the team."
"Having no benefits is bad, but the work fulfillment and technical challenge is good."
"I love being able to work from home at any time of the day the client needs something done. I pay for my own equipment and software so I know I'm working on the latest, most current devise. And if I have something to do during the day I don't have to agonize about asking for time off."
"My work they placed me at challenges me but not all the time. It is a Medical IT/IS Department that maintains user access via a ticketing system. I also do web-based user interface programming as needed."
"It is a regret they do not have any plan to leave some internship there, especially during projects. They use an Indian group to save capital. But I could understand that."
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