Community Action, Inc.
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  • Company size
    51 to 200
  • Revenue
    $5M to $25M (USD)
  • Industry
    Civic & Social Services
  • Link
    Community Action, Inc. website
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Former employee in Punxsutawney, PA
on November 12, 2020
Been with agency for a while. Big staff turnover due to working crazy hours with not enough staff to provide the services clients demand. Paid 15 minute breaks are few and far between due to client demands. Lunch may not happen due to client demands.
EHS Assistant in 2400 SE Highland Ave, Topeka, Kansas 66605
on July 19, 2021
Very biased management caring about to secure their own pay check and support only their favorite people, who support their bad action or ignore their wrong doings. If someone question any of the administrators they will team up and fire that person. If you question any of them for any wrong doing, they will give you hard time and most people have to quit, If not they will find a way to fire you.
Former employee in Punxsutawney, PA
on November 25, 2020
Atmosphere is extremely bureaucratic with minimal freedoms. They have low level managers running entire departments where there should be 2-3 additional staff hired under them. Upper management is always fully staffed. Very overwhelming and stressful. Oftentimes you wonder if you will have a job when considering making large purchases (e.g. cars) so you shy away from that.Upper management keeps themselves in business, and the low level managers are left to deal with the aftershock of executive decisions totally out of their control. Programs ending right and left without much consideration for the employees. There is no growth with a lot of reduction. Makes it a very dark, gloomy environment.By working here, I learned that some companies do not care about their employees. They care about the money their employee makes them, and no more than that alone. Upper management will fire someone so they can continue to earn high wages. There is a lot of moral corruption and this destroys morale.A few things that are good about the job include the staff, to whom I feel a lot of sympathy. The staff are some of the nicest people you will meet, but management treats them like they are worthless and lazy. This is a very stressful place with expectations that will push you to your limits. From a receptionist to an "executive" you will feel the pressure come crashing down on you each and every day and you are barely compensated for it.
MEDICAL ASSISTANT EXTERNSHIP in Kingsville, TX
on September 3, 2019
great place to work everyone is friendly and easy going always helping one another. great hours of operation, the pediatritions have been there for a while.
Bus Driver in 2410 SE Highland Ave, Topeka, Ks
on June 26, 2019
Typical work day provides minimal new learning experiences, and sad to say, key upper management/ supervisory personnel interactions provide minimal workplace cultural enhancements which unfortunately project the hardest part of the job; to the contrary, certain subordinate management/ supervisory personnel, as well as most fellow employees interactions both offset ill-feelings in the workplace and generates more enjoyable comradery among personnel at-large; many fellow employees' side discussions and commentary concur this workplace could be evermore pleasant and less frequent employee exiting might have occured, if only the overall interpersonal relational efforts by key upper management/ supervisory personnel have become minimally improved.

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