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By: Jose A.
Martinez George
My wife and I have been seeing Dr Martinez for over 20yrs. He has been a great Dr and we're both very happy with him. I get a physical every year at work and as I got older my cholesterol went up. I had two doctors recommend that I get on cholesterol medication as a way to fix the problem. Dr Martinez talked to me about changing my diet first which I did and I was able to lower it and haven't had to take any medication. I'm very thankful for his guidance and happy that I don't take any cholesterol medication.
By: jobster100
Austin Staffing Inc
Despite calling regularly they never had any jobs in 8 years. Gave up on them and then they called, went down to meet for an interview, 4th time in all these years. Still no jobs. Their staffing turnover rate is very high, never the same person working there.
By: Eva B.
Lewis Family Medicine and urgent care
When to the new location on Sawyer Ranch Road recently for urgent care. Beautiful facility and plenty of waiting room, though I didn't wait more that 30 minutes...on a Monday morning. Great doctor and staff. I'd been to the old location and it was small, but the practice has expanded to this location and another on W290.
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By: Athena D.
The Burt Group, Inc.
Who ever drives the work f150 drives very wreckless and all over the road. This person was speeding 45 mph over the speed limit. Very pour advertising on ya'lls part.
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By: Rickie K.
The excellent service and kindness of Hugo Palacios at store 04510. He is passionate about what he does which is connect people to the jobs they need to live. I am very thankful for the time he spent with me , advice given and speed at which he placed me to work. I would and will recommend him and manpower to everyone I meet who has employment needs.
By: jobster100
Link Staffing Services
They advertise for office work, but only place construction cleanup heavy labor. If you want to do low wage grunt work, this might work. If you have brain don't go there.
By: N M.
Fox Service Company
My entire experience with Fox Service was very, very positive. They replaced my heat pump, ductwork, and insulation; through a subcontractor, they also put solar screens on all of my windows. All of this was done in 2.5 days. Every person working on the job was an extremely hard worker. I was very impressed with their work ethic and desire to do the job right. Well done!
By: Burgess E.
Martinez George
Have used the dr for 30 years and am just as happy today with his service as I was in the beginning. He does not waste my time and always gets to the point. He does not always tell me what I want to hear, BUT, he does always tell me the truth. I would advise anyone that needs a good family doc to see him.
By: Chris A.
I was contacted by Laura, she found my resume on line. She set up an interview and was made a job offer which was later withdrawn. When I tried to find out what happened she never returned calls or text messages. This is extremely unprofessional. Would not recommend this agency.
By: Bob D.
Sage Investigations, LLC
Horrible... in my opinion they came in and promised work. In my opinion they sat down and charged me hundreds and hour. In my opinion they did not do anything they promised and then sent a bill for thousands. In my opinion their bussines is the one that needs to be investigated. In my opinion they do not do what they promise and bill you for zero work done. In my opinion I would go anywhere else in the world but with them. Be careful of these people!!!
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