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Heartland Co-Op:What's it like to work here?

United States Industry Food Production/Farming
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Reviews for Heartland Co-Op

Review factors

Feel-Good Factor

Company Culture
3.00
Support from management
3.00
Teamwork
4.00
Freedom to work independently
1.00
Internal Communication
4.00
Office / Work Environment
0.00
Environmental Friendliness
1.00
Work-Life Balance
3.00
Challenging Work
5.00
Inclusive / Diverse
3.00

Career factor

Gender Equality
2.00
Attitude towards older colleagues
3.00
Career Development
4.00
Overall compensation for your work
3.00
Company Image
3.00
Job Security
2.00
Handicapped Accessibility
1.00
Workplace Safety
5.00
Benefits

The following benefits are offered

Flex. working hours in 1 of 1 reviewers Parking in 1 of 1 reviewers Easy access to public transportation in 1 of 1 reviewers No stock or equity options 401(k) in 1 of 1 reviewers No onsite daycare facility No reimbursed daycare No ability to work remotely Desirable office location in 1 of 1 reviewers Tuition assistance in 1 of 1 reviewers No Paid Parental Leave 401(k) Match in 1 of 1 reviewers Flexible spending account in 1 of 1 reviewers Paid time off in 1 of 1 reviewers Healthcare (including vision and dental) in 1 of 1 reviewers No relocation allowance Life insurance in 1 of 1 reviewers

The following perks are offered

No on site cafeteria No meal or transportation allowance Health and wellness programs in 1 of 1 reviewers Employee discounts in 1 of 1 reviewers No vehicle allowance No employee events No dogs allowed No fitness center on site Free Snacks/Drinks in 1 of 1 reviewers
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  • 24.Nov 2015
  • Employee

Suggestions for improvement

  • Allow programmers more freedom to make each program a little bit better each time it is touched so it is easier to read, understand and maintain in the future. Stop micro-manging so much (ie. Check with Director before adding SQL to any program).

What I like about the company

Everything except the management

What I dislike about the company

Old-school mentality; only change the minimal amount of code necessary. As opposed to upgrading or enhancing it as you go (ie. Adding helpful comments as needed, breaking up large sections of code into subroutines/subprocedures, OPM to ILE, RPG to FREE, etc...). To me this is lazy, sloppy programming.