Aldridge Sucks Customer Reviews and Feedback
LaMarcus Nurae Aldridge (born July 19, 1985) is an American professional basketball player for the San Antonio Spurs of the National Basketball Association (NBA). He played college basketball for two seasons with the Texas Longhorns. Aldridge was selected second overall in the 2006 NBA draft. After spending nine seasons with the Portland Trail Blazers, he signed with the Spurs in 2015.
"What on earth has happened to LaMarcus Aldridge?" says "King_knapp" on a Reddit discussion on May 1, 2017:
"What on earth has happened to LaMarcus Aldridge? But seriously, is this the beginning of Space Jam 2? Have the monsters returned and stolen the skills of all the spurs not named Kawhi Leonard and Patty Mills. Lamarcus has been blaming like the third man of the bench in men's rec league. This used to be one of the best power forwards in the league. A post up and turn around jumper that was one of the most unstoppable moves in the game. What happened? He doesn't even look like he wants to be on the court. I've always trusted Pop but come on man. Enough is enough. Let Dedmon and Bertans get their reps. I know they don't have playoff experience but they bring something to the table other than a big body. Secondly, the Spurs have always been one of the most innovative and revolutionary teams with pop at the reins. I just feel like we'll falling behind. Give these young guys reps. Dejounte Murray is a rookie but has the quickness and smarts to be out on the floor. We need quickness and most importantly we need floor passing. What's happened to San Antonio Spurs basketball. Let's hope they figure it out, let's hope they find there own version of "Michaels special stuff "."
Title Paralegal (Former Employee) says"I was recruited to relocate to take the job in the Atlanta office. After six weeks, my supervisor and co-worker both quit! Why? Because of a horrendous change in management. I was constantly attacked, harassed, and belittled. In general, the Real Estate Group/Peak Title Group were friendly and helpful. The pay was mediocre and the benefits were horrible. The recruiter/HR rep that I interviewed with also quit. I was eventually laid off with little severance."
SERVER COOK (Former Employee) says"Tips are split between all server/cook staff so that can be discouraging if you are scheduled with people who do not have the same work ethic or customer service as you. Cons: pay and lack of benefits"
Bankruptcy Paralegal/ Processor (Former Employee) says"When the work runs out they will lay you off. The pay is pretty good but just not a place to make a career out of. Liked the job I was working overall but was laid off because work ran out. Management is pretty careless might find one that really cares but its very few. Cons: Work consistency, No real growth and management"
Service Desk Technician (Former Employee) says"great place top work, poor communication among managers and other dept. When told to ask another department, they tell you to gop to someone else or act like they do nto want to help you out or answer any questions. Cons: not a strtong team work when it comes to helping each other"
Assistant (Former Employee) says"It was a job. I would say do you job, and go home. You can only do 40 hrs a week and no more, management does not approve of over time. There are favorites in the office so be careful like ever other job. Overall it was an okay job, just something that i could not do long term."