Discussion in 'SMB' started by Kent_Mackem, Mar 5, 2019.
My current one. Hopefully they keep me on after my 6 months (in a month's time).
I worked for a cracking little marketing company in Newcastle called Meridian Delta - absolutely fantastic place to work and the owners really took care of their staff. I also love where I am now, working for RE/MAX in New Jersey, I really love what I do and this place really makes it so much fun to do it. Money isn't bad (even if I am 100% commission)
Cinema company in London, best place I have worked for pulling lasses.
Is it because its dark Sheps?
BDM for ODEON, should never have left.
One I'm in now is the best for pure money.
The last 3 years in my last compsny were brilliant. I had a Global role, young(ish) free and single. And had a great team by that point that meant I didn't have to do all that much and spent most of my time travelling (Atlanta, Shanghai and Zurich the most common) enjoying and experiencing the World in a fairly low stress job. Great manager too. Was a fortune 500.
Best pre uni job was at Marston hotels doing mainly Weddings. Relaxed, good fun, decent banter and from 9 onwards worked the bar whilst having a few myself
No it was because of my good looks, charm, and Durham accent
Apart from Thinking Cap TX, which is my own company, I’ve worked for some fantastic Scandinavian companies.LicConsult in Copenhagen and GeoKnowledge in Oslo were the best.
@cheeses of nazereth been trying to message you but inbox is full, sent you an e-mail the other day
Current client I have doesn’t care what I do as long as targets are met and project is delivered. Went to site this morning at 5:30, did what I needed to and am now sat in Frankie and Bennies with a full English and a cup of coffee waiting for the garden centre to open.
I’ve had worse jobs
Milkboy when I was at school, £10 a day but £12 a day for double milk saturdays and double empty mondays, I was fucking loaded
My current one, all the staff are very well look after. Great people to work for.
Do you mean in your job at the cinema, or London in general?
If you can put up with the constant sexual harassment you cant beat working for yourself.
Actual work place.
The one I'm at now, been here 4 1/2 years and Iike all my colleagues and the owners.
They look after me, are flexible around my responsibilities as a mother and in turn I work my arse off for them .
UKAEA - My first proper job. Group of 4 or 5 of us all started at roughly the same time. All absolute piss heads. Was warned at my first annual review that I drank far too much and wouldn't get promoted to next grade if I didn't wind it in. Pissed up the next year and left at the end of it, having been in all sorts of bother for drunken antics on works trips. Went back as head of the department I'd left about 10 years later.
Good money, got to meet loads of great people and shag them.
See much of Terry and Bri these days?
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