- Los Angeles Jewish Home12.Jan 2016
They cater only to the low-wage Hispanic population. In upper management we were reminded constantly to do everything in our power to keep the Hispanics happy and the union out.
Support from management
Leadership is like the mafia and is totally clueless to any operational concerns.
one word comes to mind....backstabbing
Freedom to work independently
Executive management does nothing and is never seen. All of the work is done by the underpaid Hispanic population
No communication to you on how you are doing in your job performance. You get evaluations about six months late and then get told you were not getting a raise or bonus because you did something wrong or year before
This would be a great place to work if you are a Jewish female believes in backstabbing are a Hispanic willing to work for nothing
Attitude towards older colleagues
See my previous comments
Overall compensation for your work
They start paying you well and management to get you in then they never increase it. When it is time for an increase they let you go. Unless you are a upper Jewish management female. The Hispanics work for nothing and often as a white member of upper management I was told that there are two kinds of people that work here. The whites who will run the place and the Hispanics who will do the dirty work
Office / Work Environment
Horrible. Most offices, except for those seen by the public, or in old buildings with termites, no heating and air-conditioning, and poor wiring which are fire hazards.
See my previous comments. The turnover is extremely high
You may be asked to do things that are against OSHA regulations and sometimes you're working in buildings that should be condemned
The entire management group likes to dream big, but nothing is ever done, therefore you talk more than you work
Inclusive / Diverse
All of management is white Jewish females. Everyone else is underpaid and Hispanic. Middle-management does not last longer than a year.
Suggestions for improvement
- This place needs to be bought out by a corporate organization and taken from the Jewish community
What I like about the company
It sounds good on the resume, but it is truly the saddest place I have ever worked
What I dislike about the company
Their turnover is high and unless you are a Jewish female you will never succeed with this company. The other option is to be a underpaid hourly Hispanic worker who gets taken advantage of
The following benefits were offered to me
- CompanyLos Angeles Jewish Home
- Are you a Current or Former Employee?Former job since 2013