- The Village at Palmerton31.Aug 2016
A very hostile culture.
Support from management
There is no support from the owner. Employees are not permitted to make decisions.
The only team work is employees backstabbing each other.
There is no communication.
Overall compensation for your work
Low pay and poor benefits. No job security.
Office / Work Environment
This was the only part of the position that was good.
I was embarrassed to Because how people are treated who works there.
Very unstable. People are let go without cause and over the phone.
There are a lot of back injuries.
Inclusive / Diverse
Suggestions for improvement
- Please be honest when you hire a manager. Let them know that the job is not stable. When you are called and told that their subordinate is verbally abusive and creates a hostile work place. Do not ignore it. Do not believe lies. Do not let some one go over the phone. Be a man and tell them what they did wrong. Do not use an employee just to open a unit then only to let them go. How you treat your employees tells what kind of person you are. And that will effect your business.
What I like about the company
The position that I had I could make my own hours. Did not have to work weekends or holidays.
What I dislike about the company
A very hostile, combative and stressful place. One is verbally attacked by the front office person. No back up from the owner. You are told that is the way she is. One is lied about and the owner takes their word. Then calls you up and calls you names. After I opened up the new unit and passed the state inspection. The very next day I was let go over the phone. When I asked what I did wrong and why. I was told that I worked in an at will state. Let go over the phone and was not permitted to pick up my belongings. Horrible experience.
The following benefits were offered to me
- CompanyThe Village at Palmerton
- Are you a Current or Former Employee?Former job since 2016
- PositionC-Suite / Leadership