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Reviews for The Kensington

Review factors

Feel-Good Factor

Company Culture
1.00
Support from management
1.00
Teamwork
1.00
Freedom to work independently
1.00
Internal Communication
1.00
Office / Work Environment
1.00
Environmental Friendliness
1.00
Work-Life Balance
3.00
Challenging Work
2.00
Inclusive / Diverse
1.00

Career factor

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

The following benefits are offered

No flex. working hours Parking in 1 of 1 reviewers Easy access to public transportation No stock or equity options No defined contribution plans/company 401(k) No onsite daycare facility No reimbursed daycare No ability to work remotely No desirable office location No tuition assistance No Paid Parental Leave No defined contribution company match/employer 401(k) match No flexible spending account No paid time off Healthcare (including vision and dental) in 1 of 1 reviewers No relocation allowance No life insurance

The following perks are offered

No on site cafeteria No meal or transportation allowance No health and wellness programs Employee discounts in 1 of 1 reviewers No vehicle allowance No employee events No dogs allowed No fitness center on site No company provided food and/or drink
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  • 17.Mar 2016
  • Employee

Company Culture

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.

Teamwork

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.