Phospheric Aerospace Plating Specialists give their job an average rating of 2.8 out of 5.0. The Phospheric Aerospace Plating Specialists happiest with their jobs are employed by Blue Cross Blue Shield with an average rating of 5.0 while the Phospheric Aerospace Plating Specialists least happy with their jobs work for Concept One Accessories with an average rating of 1.0.Submit a Review
"Nothing, not a bad thing to learn."
"I make a ton of tips every game.The games in December and January are so cold that I hate my life when I'm working there freezing my ass off."
"Great company with lots of opportunity for advancement. Three weeks of paid training. Good support from management and fellow team members. Potential to make additional money based reservations made."
"Landing as a Tier 2 was very rewarding and a great learning experience. I managed to learn 4 software programs that I wasn't familiar with in a month period."
"While I do not find my line of work fulfilling I would definitely recommend working at Trish to somebody else."
"Liked being outside the office, but to much to do and always had to work in excess of 60 hours a week sacraficing personal and family time as well as leasure activities just to stay even."
"I have reached my limit with my old career and am looking to take the skills that I have and learn more about newer upcoming technologies."
"Didn't love anything about this job. It was the only place that was hiring with an immediate hire date, and I needed the income. I don't like being on my feet for 4-9 hours at a time nor do I like unloading trucks filled with merchandise."
"Intellectually stimulating to apply value added economics to client problems."
"Everyone sees what needs to be done, and yet they look the other way. No one is held accountable for their actions. If we have scorecards, why aren't they held to a standard. ESYNERGY is out of date, and does the common laborer no good. When aren't near a system, or don't have one assigned to you: How do we check our sign on Raises aren't based on PCS/HOUR vs Errors, it's how much you get along with this person or if you can exist in a clique."
"I am highly recognized for selling memberships. I have got a lot of prizes since day 1 of working at BJ's."
"I enjoyed how my position was highly depended-upon by multiple departments. On the downside, the job is incredibly tedious and usually uninteresting. My training for the job was also none too good. There also did not seem to be as much room for advancement as studios like to claim."
"Love what I do, just didn't love doing it there."
"Love the pay, but the hourly rate has its cons with no paid vacation. For the most part, contract employees are treated very respectfully and are given great opportunity, though that can be subjective between brands. I worked on Nerf and loved every minute of it."
"Loved the people I worked with since we all suffered together. If it was not for them it's not worth staying for. Seen to many good employees let go or quit while I was there."
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