Senior Accounts Payable Manager (Current Employee) – Kansas City, MO – June 14, 2018
A typical work day consist managing employees, analyzing budget, moving funds to various divisions, processing invoices, deposits, budget transfers, journal vouchers and managing day to day department operations
Vehicle Inspection Operator (Current Employee) – Kansas City, MO – May 2, 2018
I love working with my customers making sure they get the best customer service. Such as giving the customer a interchange which is resources to show the customer that other vehicle are compatible with other cars that can use the same parts. I have learned 300 engine part on the vehicle also that recycling is important. I feel the hardest part about the job is not having the vehicle nor the part
Color Manager / Prepress (Former Employee) – Kansas City, MO 64108 – March 8, 2018
My last place of employment was the best in 35 years. I had great benefits, great management, and I was really happy with my day-to-day work. My work/life balance was awesome as well as the whole environment. Due to a corporate merger there were national lay-offs and my position was one of them. I would go back in a heart beat.
Accountant II (Former Employee) – Kansas City, MO – March 6, 2018
It's the most micro managed job I ever worked. Things constantly change as to what is expected of you on a daily bases. The pay is low and management could care less about you or what your trying to accomplish in your professional career. The training is horrible if you receive any at all. Training should be where get a grasp of the overall process not being told to do it exactly the way one person does it. Half your time will billing grants while the other half will be processing payroll and expect to be micro managed thru the whole process.They talk to like your a child and have no respect for their employees. If payroll is not completed on Friday plan to stay late no upward advancement and to be honest a dead end job
Recreation Employee (Current Employee) – Kansas City, MO – February 18, 2018
Work schedule varies. I have learned all groups come in and use our facilities for all the different amenities that our centers offer. Our management staff needs to come out to the centers and work on the front line with staff to see what we encounter. Working in community centers was rewarding and fun.
Code Enforcement Officer (Current Employee) – Kansas City, MO – January 17, 2018
You will have a lot of freedom at the job but most of the time you will be performing a job that is unfavorable with the citizens you deal with. You enforce ordinances that people feel oppress the public and put them in binds by writing tickets for violations that they cant afford to fix in the first place. Its a thankless job with management that talks to you in a condescending manner usually. You work in a uncontrolled environment that can be dangerous at times and you spend majority of the job looking a blighted neighborhoods with trash and other violations that will never go away until people care about their own property and environment.This job is usually a gateway into other positions and mostly everyone working there has two jobs to make ends meet (even supervisors). The work isn't hard but it can make your life hard dealing with negative circumstances that the job consist of and the pay. I wouldn't recommend working this job for longer than 6 months.
Security Officer (Former Employee) – Kansas City, MO – September 25, 2017
I loved my coworkers and the benefits were the best I've ever had, but the management was also the worst I've ever had. We worked up to 12.5 hours a day by ourselves with out breaks and our managers knew about it, when I told the union, I got fired for "not meeting the terms of my probation"
great benefits and nice coworkers
no breaks for up to 12.5 hours and horrible bosses