Talk the talk, but they do NOT walk the walk
Director of Accounting (Former Employee) – Anchorage, AK – September 26, 2012
I previously worked for this company and everything was great, so long as I maintained 60+ hours a week. My manager worked from home and pushed many of their duties on to my co-workers and I. When I needed to reduce my hours to 45-50 hours per week due to family health issues my manager publically supported me, but privately attacked me. I was called many derogatory names and told my performance was not up to my normal standards. After I started having medical issues due to the stress from this company I quit. Worst company I EVER worked for.
Hourly, non-office staff has a difficult time getting FT status. Due to the nature of the business schedules for non-office staff are random and accidents/injuries are high. This means there are no benefits for the PT staff, but in work related injuries are covered. In addition, non-manager wages continued to stay low, while director level employees’ wages increased. This is not a pay-for-performance employer, so raises for non-director employees are 1-3% depending on years of service. In my position, I was given a small (standard) bonus beyond the normal holiday bonus given to regular employees.
If you love the type of work and want to help people with disabilities, then this may be your type of employer. If you expect increases based on performance, desire FT work w/ benefits, or want normal 40 hours per week than this may not be a good fit for you.
exec. managers get 5+ weeks of pto and 2 wks sick after 90days
core values are great, but not followed by managers. non-mgr pay is low and ft status hard to get.