- Sun Tan City19.Feb 2016
Suggestions for improvement
- Stand back and re-evaluate the current West Knoxville Management Team. There is MUCH more involved to developing leaders within a company...than just advancing young innocent little girls that play the silly games and goes to the Drunken Company parties, and vise-versa... demoting mature and Professional employees that don't.
What I like about the company
Very little after management change. Initially the Management was understanding and had realistic goals for Employees to meet. Afterwards it was a upper middle age woman trying to be twenty something. Not only in her mind, but with the tactics in which she Judged Store Managers under her. Games and Drama were of the utmost importance to maintain OR improve your job status within the company.
Black or White was the standard of goals reaching.. no real gratitude if goals met but negative motivation if goals were not reached. NOT the Environment presented by previous management of the Knoxville Area.
What I dislike about the company
Always short staffed in all stores so the DM's can get their piddly little Labor bonuses. Expectations were not reachable, But more serious... older employees not valued, even tho their stores excelled in performance,they were dropped in status of management or phased out completely in order to make room for incompetent, untrustworthy,but younger employees.
The company as a whole had ZERO mission statements to aid the customer. Every rule, every guideline had Sun Tan City as the beneficiary of the outcome.
They allowed young and middle aged women,to open AND close stores alone..no protection what-so-ever. All in order to save a couple of hours of pay at 8-9 dollars an hour. Employees would have friends or relatives come to the store location to provide additional people in these vulnerable times. Totally NOT acceptable from an Employer Standpoint
The following benefits were offered to me
- CompanySun Tan City
- CityKnox ville
- Are you a Current or Former Employee?Former job since 2016
- DepartmentExecutive leadership