loved my work with resident/dietary staff being my number one proprietary.
Dietary Supervisor (Former Employee), Westbrook, MN – August 28, 2014
A typical day at work would be coming in and checking in with the dietary staff, I always felt that they were my second set of eyes to the residents and then checked in with nursing for resident up dates. Then the rest of my day or days varying was meetings with management, doing care Plans, Care Conferences, ordering food, working with activities planning – more... different project, parties for resident's, I always found doing the schedule as part the hardest but the most enjoyable part of my job, that task made me feel good when done and staff felt that I took all there needs into consideration, which made for a good work environment and they could feel good about them selves, coming to work and preforming well, have some fun and finishing a shift with everything done. A win win for both of us. – less
HR/Office Assistant (Current Employee), Katy, TX – August 26, 2014
Pros: good benefits
Cons: working 11 - 12 hour days
Working 10 hours days is not a big deal, but working 10 to 12 hour days for weeks at a time is exhausting. There is no time for lunch. Office personnel are luck to get 10 minutes to eat at their desks. So much work for so little pay!
Sales Associate (Former Employee), DeForest, WI – August 16, 2014
Pros: smoke breaks
Cons: excess sales
At Camping World we were able to personally assist customers find specific products. Usually the only days that got a little hectic were "Truck Days." On those days we would unload and completely restock the shelves. Everything about Camping World was easy going and very fun.
OEM Parts Coordinator (Current Employee), Golden, CO – August 9, 2014
Pros: room to move up in the company
Well, I already previously talked about Camping World but as a receptionist I worked closer with the customers. Solving their problems over the phone and when they walk through the door. I loved my job when I started but was terribly bored and constantly asked for more work so they gave me work order to update and flag the technicians time. Soon after – more... I started to help the warranty department. I love that camping world gave me the chance to advance my learning. I also left in December to be on maternity leave and they were so patient and respected my time and welcomed me back with open arms. – less
sales (Former Employee), Akron Ohio – August 5, 2014
Cons: benefits, long hours, pay, management is high school
romper room , high school backstabbing organization where favoritism, politics, and dog eat dog employee relations. Some co workers are good but mostly no bonding . Its a bust your tail sweat shop ....then go home. You can trust no one. Everyone is out for themselves with no team work. The Service manager would rather get involved in gossip than run – more... the business. They also hide known defect from the customers to get them out the door. – less
service advisor (Former Employee), summerfield/ocala – July 24, 2014
Cons: everything else
was an ok place to work. service manager has his "click" if your not in it you will be gone. people come into work drunk and still have a job. service counter to shop has not commutation. upper management does not care about the real workers. its all about numbers and not the customers. i would stay away / management wants to be able to call you on – more... your time off and use your cell phone and you get into trouble when they cant – less
Service Administrative Manager (Former Employee), Hillsboro, OR – June 27, 2014
Pros: free breakfast fridays, the co-workers
Cons: no job security
In this company you get a lot of tasks that are not in your job description handed to you without any training on how to do them. The people you work with are great but they do a lot of big lay-offs about once every two years. Nobody I used to work with is still employed at this company. The best part about this job was meeting new people who would – more... come in to get the trailer or RV they had worked on and hearing all the traveling they have done. The worst part was always wondering who was going to be fired next and wondering if you were next. – less
Service Advisor (Former Employee), Avondale, AZ – June 18, 2014
Told to do one thing you do and you get in trouble for it. Management tells to tell customer sorry you're going to pay for this customer gets mad goes to management management comes out yelling at you to give customer what they want when you where just told to make them pay for it.
Senior Application Developer / Analyst (Former Employee), Bowling Green, KY – June 17, 2014
Cons: everything is hunky dory.
worked as a contractor and boy was i surprised. CEO is a visionary but inside the company is all non structured and wild west. director dictates the rules with team strategy, no structured format but you are expected to read minds. stay away
No structure, poor upper management, growing too fast to sustain
Service manager (Former Employee), Alabama – May 24, 2014
Pros: proposed pay plan
Cons: actual pay plan, hours, corporate structure and support, training
As management, you can be expected to be moved to multiple locations, work extremely long hours and have very little support from upper management and corporate, there is no training structure or viable communication between departments. Currently using 2 different computer operating systems dependent on sales-service or camping world store side. Excessive – more... frustration with separation of departments. Company is opening stores without having trained employees in place. BEWARE!!!! READ ALL OF THE REVIEWS!!!!! – less