Residential Director (Former Employee) – Ambler, PA – July 22, 2016
Great company, Great environment and great people. The best years of my professional career have been spent there. Everyone is supportive of each other and we had a great time working together. The kids were a challenge but a great joy to work with.
Retail marketer (Current Employee) – Cedar Hill, TX – February 1, 2016
This company doesn't care about the safety of their employees. This store in particular is the store that tends to get left behind in all aspects, clothes, shoes and over all apparel. Although the staff is very friendly and tend to build a good relationship with each other. Management lacks in organization.
Fashion Expert (Current Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – January 27, 2016
Entering work I have a few task to complete to make sure my store is in order while helping customers throughout the day. The customers always come first so tasks are put on hold while they are in the store. Management is fair across the board when it come to all sales associates.
Cashier greeting customers and completing transactions
Sales Associate/Cashier (Former Employee) – Chicago, IL – January 19, 2016
typical day at work was smooth. weekends was the most hetic. management was horrible, no communication or leadership. co workers was nice people and easy to work with. hardest part about job was the lack of communication and hours. most enjoyable part about work was interacting with the outside world.
Store Manager (Current Employee) – Chicago, IL – November 19, 2015
Chicago State University is an excellent institution. It's a perfect balance between reality and what to expect. It may not be the most professional setting, however; the culture and management prepare you for almost any situation.
Medication Technician/Certified Nursing Assistant (Former Employee) – Upland, CA – July 16, 2015
A typical day at work was assisting patients with activities of daily living and preparing all residents medication. I learned all abbreviations for everyone residents medication. The management team trained me as a medication technician and guided me to work as a supervisor during the evening shift. My co-workers worked by side during the beginning of my shift assisting residents serving meals and preparing them for family outings. The hardest part of the job was sending patients to the hospital in a time of an emergency. The most enjoyable part of the job was serving meals and preparing dinner for the residents.
Cashier/Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Syracuse, NY – April 6, 2015
For the most part at villa it was always something to do, it wasn't to bad of job in the beginning it was great after while it became dreadful. I learned that you aren't always going to get along with your coworkers and that there isn't much you can do about it because work is work. the most enjoyable part was interacting with the customers and laughing with them and helping them out. there wasn't anything hard about the job, the management was cool but it wasn't like your average job.
Sales Expert (Current Employee) – Chicago, IL – January 13, 2015
The employee discount is the best thing this company has to offer! They could care less about you having other priorities and responsibilties outside of this company. If it was not for the discount I would have left long ago.