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Heart Of America Employer Reviews

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Excellent place to work, I love making the difference and they allowed me to do just that.
Culinary Maestro/Executive Chef (Current Employee), Middleton, WIOctober 2, 2013
Pros: i am allowed to show off my skills and talents, and i captured the attention of an entire city, with nbc segements weekly
Cons: 70+ hours weekly for the last six years. just need to tone it down a little, yet bringing the same impact to my communites and the business for success
I am looking to work where I can expand my knowledge and experience.
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Unprofessional and disorganized
Bartender/Server/Host/Line Cook/Front Desk (Current Employee), Pewaukee, WIAugust 7, 2013
Pros: 1/2 price meals at the restaurants and discounts at the hotels.
Cons: management, lack of consistency
I started working for the Heart of America organization in 2009 and once again in 2013. In my time there I worked as a server, bartender, expeditor, host, line cook, maintenance, and front desk. A typical day consisted of coming in and often ensuring that work from the day before had been properly done and setting up for the day ahead. Very little can – more... be said about management in here. Most of the time the majority of tasks are left to either the low man on the totem pole, for lack of better terms, and rarely is done when it is actually needed. Management is more of a popularity contest where corporate will pick out someone who is friends with someone inside the company. There are often promises made to employees about a position of management, but the follow through rarely happens. In some of the properties you will find a lot of great employees. Genuinely kind people who are actually trying to help, that is until the wear and tear of working for a company that cares so little for its employees kicks in. In some of the properties you will only find children and friends of whoever the current managers are. Somewhat of a deep south incestuous family. Hardest part of the job is getting through the day without dealing with management and whatever complaints they've compiled for that day, while the best part of the day is when you actually get paid... that is if management actually enters in all the hours you worked and sends it in on time. No garuntees though. – less
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Fun easy to work at
Warehouse worker (Former Employee), Cheverly, MDJuly 18, 2013
Everyday at work was a fun day for me. I enjoyed going to work everyday.
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Fun and educational job
Painter, Maintenance (Current Employee), Moline, ILJanuary 14, 2013
I've learned a lot about painting at Heart of America as well as other skills that I can use in the future. There really wasn't a typical day working for them because we were doing so many different types of projects. My co-workers were great people. The hardest part of the job was constantly using my muscles and working outdoors in the summer all day – more... but those were the most rewarding parts of the job. – less
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fun job not good pay
Published Author (Former Employee), wichita ksOctober 23, 2012
Pros: fun working on homes and being outside
Cons: pay not good enough
Not a great job. worked more than earned. work on forclosed homes for the banks. fun co workers. hardest part is working on a house without electricity or heat in winter time. Love being outside,