YMCA-alkalmazotti értékelés itt: Tulsa, OK
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I was supervised by a woman with less education and who would consistently remind me of it. She had me perform extra tasks and work loads that were assigned to her, then take credit for my hard work as her own. I was unable to be promoted any higher within my department so I was transferred and given a much higher work load with no raise in pay.
Culture & Corporate
Work Life Balance, Poor Management
The negatives far out weighed the positives because of employees and management of the location that I worked at. Bad work ethic environment. Untrustworthy and dishonest employees and management. Very clicky and like high school games going on with staff and management.
More importance placed on employee incentives might create a more consistent employment status throughout and encouraged employee relations created.
So many people working in a facility at any given time and on many different schedules that some may not have even had an opportunity to meet and do so are rare that relationships rarely develop. Personality clashes can happen more often. Others may rarely be mentioned without the intention of anything but gossip, which never helps. It makes encouraging relationships difficult without having a time for open communication and casual conversations shared in an atmosphere that encourages more positive outcomes.
This is a decent job if you are a lifeguard. If you are brand new to lifeguarding then I don’t recommend the YMCA at all. Instead go to the YWCA, the pay sucks and there is only 1 guard on duty at a time but it gives you real life training that you won’t find anywhere else
The kids are great but the staff is another story. the camp director is great, but when she tries to push you on the gym floor and say watch the kids more than you already are its kinda stupid. all the staff knew eachother from years past, myself i was knew. No staff counselors asked who i was, what my role was, or what i do at the camp. I only barely became "friends" with another girl who seemed out of place, she was the best part of the camp because she was the only one of the staff who truly talked to me.. I was kicked around from position to position from what i was originally hired to do. i went from running a program to lunch duty, to off campus activities. I felt like I wasn't needed and eventually didn't want to be there anymore. I'd have to leave for my lunch and drop my car off to my boyfriend cause he needed to use it, i'd get back and finish my job but didn't get paid for about 2 weeks worth of after lunch pay cause they never saw my car there. I didn't realize this until the program was over. it was garbage of them to do but i wasn't going to fight it. overall the kids were great just the camp didn't really have anything together.
The YMCA has a great community. However, the management was changed too frequently which led to a lot of problems. Also the environment is not as professional as I would like it to be.
This business cares for its employees and it’s customers. All the relationships are personal, and you can clearly see the care and effort the employees put into building good customer trust and satisfaction.
Not a conducive work environment. Over worked and under paid. Horrible company structure. Company most times than not, hire the people they like, even though that person is under qualified or lack the proper experience. Will often over look those who are qualified, if they aren't close to them. Hard to trust upper management.
Work hours, Structure, Management
If you aren't part of the executive offices or some sort of manager, you are incredibly expendable and only as important as your use at the time. Lots of training and boasting about culture of organization but very little exhibition of said values or culture outside of part-time hourly employees.