High energy working environment where the ability to excel is presented to those who are willing to work for it. In an industry where market fluctuations, politics and media bias can impact the price of your commodity you've got to be willing to put in the consistent effort required to sustain. Goldline is a place where positivity is encouraged and, if you're someone who thinks about how they can add value to the company on a daily basis, you can thrive. Likewise, if you're here to punch the clock and bide your time, doing the bare minimum to keep your job - you should move on sooner rather than later. I'm motivated, I work hard and I make the best of my situation each time I make a decision - so I continue to enjoy my place here. I am treated with the respect that I have earned through years of continually challenging myself to be the best that I can be each and every day. -- Free food, lots of it. Fun environment (foosball table, etc...) - convenient working location near the 405 AND the 10. Good clear expectations set by senior management as to what's expected of each employee.
Some old stagnant culture of complainers who refuse to accept that they need to work harder and/or smarter to start to or continue to succeed. Listening to the griping that comes from your every day person in an office environment about how hard life is can be taxing. I supposed it's a part of any and every job but it's still the worst part of a workplace. If you sit at work and complain about your job all day long maybe you should find another place to spend your time. It's your life after all - why would you keep coming in to a place you don't like?
Advice to Management
Shut Down the Nay-Sayers
I applied through other source. The process took 5 days. I interviewed at Goldline International.
I found out about this job from a friend who was already working there. I communicated through him for maybe 2 conversations before I received a phone call. Due to my friend's praises of me, that one phone call was to schedule an interview. When I arrived for the interview I had to wait for a little while due to the fact that the interviewer was busy. That bothered me a little because I had an appointment, and shouldn't have had to wait. First I had to wait in the small reception area, and then in a large conference room. When the interview finally started I was nervous, but the interviewer put me at ease. After the initial niceties, he told me the basics. How the company started, who runs it, and what they did. He then told me what would be expected from the position he was offering. We then talked about me, and my experience. Even though this was my first administrative job, he hired me on the spot due to my recommendation.
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