- Camelot Lanes15.Jan 2016
Never felt like I was appreciated. Every step forward had two steps back.
Support from management
Freedom to work independently
People riding around on high horse all day long.
We never had meetings discussing success, only setbacks and problems were discussed.
Male workers had to do all dirty or physical labor. Female workers had this to their advantage.
Attitude towards older colleagues
Long serving employees were shown the door after the employer got what they wanted out of them.
Good job for high school kids. No career opportunity. Further training was done but not utilized by the employer.
Overall compensation for your work
Wages did not match performance. Zero benefits. Bonus at holiday felt like a f--- you, not a thank you.
Office / Work Environment
Computers out of date. Front desk PC's not suitable for long working hours. Need to look at OSHA guidelines on Standing PC workstations. Radio communication with mechanics only worked 20% of the time which was also a safety concern.
All employees were socially aware enough to get into everybody else's personal life.
Work hours were based on ability to perform. The people that could do the job were handed shifts with peek volume of customers. No vacations.
Most employees had some type of issue with the way things were managed.
High job security if you are looking for a minimum wage job for the rest of your life.
I do not feel they were up to par with OSHA standards on many levels.
I took pride in keeping customers happy. I was never shown any gratification for that. Most challenging thing I was told to do was sharpen pencils.
Inclusive / Diverse
Ideas went in one ear and out the other. Then once ideas were taken seriously the owners used the ideas as their own and never gave gratification to the employee.
The following benefits were offered to me
- CompanyCamelot Lanes
- Are you a Current or Former Employee?Former job since 2015