- YMCA of Greater Richmond19.Mar 2020
Unless you are at Headquarters or an Executive Director the pay is poor.
Support from management
Almost non-existent; consistently make front desk staff feel foolish.
Rarely does a Leader step up to help out, they only do it if it will make them look good.
Freedom to work independently
Not really, some controlling micro-managers.
Leadership is terrible at planning and has bad foresight.
Attitude towards older colleagues
Depends on what position you are applying for.
It's about who you know and what clique you are in.
Overall compensation for your work
Executive Director expected people making 40K a year to work 50 hours a week.
Office / Work Environment
Can be petty and back-stabbing.
Constant texts and phone calls outside of work.
Poor, considering how they treat the bottom half of staff.
As long as you maintain the status quo.
Difficult because of the lack of concern regarding work-load.
Inclusive / Diverse
Not when it comes to paying a living wage.
Suggestions for improvement
- More help and higher pay for the workers at the branch level.
What I like about the company
What I dislike about the company
Very job status oriented, cliques, dead-end job for most people.
- CompanyYMCA of Greater Richmond
- Are you a Current or Former Employee?Former employee