Retire as a superintendent of Motor Vehicles (Former Employee) – Newburgh Heights, OH – December 6, 2018
I started out as a labor went to pipe repairman then to a unit leader to superintendent then I retired after 23 years. It had its good days but italso had its bad days. The employees I work were great men and women.
Learn alot in the field
when employee cane to work and didn't do there fair share.
There was a lot of favoritism and the director of public works and management were cut throat. Overall I love the skills I learned. Seasonal workers worked hard are rarely are given the opportunity to be hired. I liked the comradery I had with my coworkers but not foremans
Skills that were learned there
They keep you at seasonal management is cut throat
Productive, collaborative yet competitive, fun environment
Lifeguard (Former Employee) – Cleveland, OH – September 23, 2018
A typical day work would involve interaction with children. With this experience I learned to fulfill the needs of others by being selfless. The management was awesome, very understanding. The most enjoyable part of the job was meeting and interacting with new children every week.
Lifegaurd (Current Employee) – OH – August 15, 2018
Terrible management. They don't inform their workers of the schedule then blame the problem on you. Some regional are just rude and ignorant people. They're a very unorganized company. The only good thing about them is the pay rate.
It took great discipline to work for this company all those years.Working in this type of environment isn't conducive for everyone,because your emotions are consistently being tested.The workplace culture is almost always negative with practically no encouragement for the employees.
I work in the Cleveland Housing Court. Sometimes you intertwine with different types of people having issues with housing, evictions, etc. At times, it can be very difficult and sometimes the outcome of issues can be resolved.
Lack of organization. Management has change frequently in the last 10 years. Lack of productivity. Love my work, not too happy with management. The hardest part of my job is having work ethic and management having lack of it.
New management not adhering to in place procedures