YMCA-alkalmazotti értékelés itt: Grand Rapids, MI
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I just want a full time job, I’m trying to get an apartment soon and I work 3 days a week as of right now and it’s just not enough. I tried to see if I could work more and they said no. So hopefully it can work out
Not a lot of work to do, I only clean two rooms and then I have Down time to just sit there and do nothing
I worked as a sports coach for over 4 years at the YMCA and I loved it. I got to work with all different ages and I got to work most of the hours I wanted. It was also easy to find replacements when I needed.
good relationships, nice co works
short breaks, no paid time off
I can only afford to work here because my spouse has a full time jobs with family benefits and my position eliminates my need for outside childcare. The position is a lot of fun but it isn't doing much to further my career. It is a good place for a high school or college student to work.
great staff and members
Few full time options and those positions are not family friendly
I always felt pressured and out of the loop from what was going on. There was a lot of lack of communication and unfair reprimanding. People in charge lacked the ability to fill in all other staff on things that they needed to know.
The typical day work was relaxed but fun depending on activities for the day. I learned how to care for children and how to be more understanding of each individual child that I encountered. Management was very understanding about class and about other things that came up. The most enjoyable part of the job was having genuine and fun people next to me.
I was one of 8 interns that were hired to operate an Inner City Youth Baseball / Softball Program for kids in 1st-8th grade. It was a completely free league for the kids of Inner City Grand Rapids. Each kid was given a glove (if needed) and a uniform (shirt, pants, hat, socks) and we provided bats, balls and the field for them. Every intern was assigned a field and two volunteer field staff members. A typical day involved everything administrative that went on behind the scenes of the league, and some coaching and umpiring as well. It was an absolute blast and I would recommend this to anyone.
A typical day at work is mostly relaxing with some busier point. I have learned to manage my time and interact with others. The management of the department I am in could be organized better, but for the most part it has a very flexible schedule and the people you encounter are very nice.
Flexible schedule, decent pay
Loved working here at first but then if you didn't conform to what they wanted they would get rid of you without notice. Happened to several higher ups before I left. Management is absolutely horrible. Laziest individuals I have ever met, but so quick to say you suck at your job.
If you like popularity contests and cliques, this is the place for you. Hard work is neither recognized nor rewarded. As much as they promote diversity, they have a hard time attracting and retaining minorities to meaningful and well-compensated roles.
You'll gain lots of experience because there's always a need for extra hands
You won't be paid or promoted unless you are one of the chosen by the executive management teams
A typical day at work consisted of many games and activities. I would do anything to keep the children occupied. The management worked very hard to keep their employees happy and the workplace culture was very welcoming. My favorite part of this job was being around kids and learning new things from them.