- The Kensington17.Mar 2016
No sense of accomplishment or recognition when a job is well done.
Support from management
Too many "bosses" who don't know what the other ones are doing. No consistency. No management structure. No incentives. Tell you one thing, but does another. No teamwork...lots of drama and backstabbing.
Too much drama, backstabbing and trying to get each other in trouble
Freedom to work independently
Workload isn't fair to anyone...the good workers get all the work while the slackers go out and smoke ten million times in their shift.
Despite numerous meetings, the same stuff is talked about, but nothing changes. And nobody knows what is going on.
Attitude towards older colleagues
They like to hire kids right out of school with hardly any experience or desire to work
Office / Work Environment
They do seem to update the public decor, but employee areas are left in poor repair, lighting to employee parking is very dark and in a not desirable location...especially after dark.
Vacation is easily arranged, but don't expect rules to apply. Even though it's clearly written in the handbook, rules don't apply for everyone. Manager says she's flexible with people's family and school schedules, but when it comes down to it, she lies.
Work is somewhat easy...certain people/residents make it difficult at times
Inclusive / Diverse
The following benefits were offered to me
- CompanyThe Kensington
- Are you a Current or Former Employee?Former job since 2016