Dread going to work everyday because of poor management and so many long on call hours
Maintenance Technician (Current Employee) – North Little Rock, AR – October 12, 2018
I am overworked, underpaid for all i do and cant support my family on what i make. Certain people are on call many times more than others. Some employees hide out or do all the ez work and leave others to do all the hard jobs. I dont feel like the supervisor pays enough attention to this and other factors. When you are on call, you are supposed to have a person on back up call unless you get slammed with calls, but that back up person never seems to answer your call for help when you need them. This and the fact that I work literally everday and get no time with my family and struggle to pay my bills, keeps me in a high stress level. I want to enjoy my job and my family.
Expected to work too many on call hours for certain people. Workload is not given out fairly.
Community Director (Current Employee) – El Paso, TX – January 28, 2018
I am a property manager for military housing. A typical day at work involves me providing reports to the military and also reports to my company. Working with the military to ensure that we made our community feel like home. I road the property on a daily basis. I walked all homes prior to move in date.
The job of serving those who serve our country
Being under appreciated. Answering to several bosses (military, residents, and Company)
ASST COMMUNITY MANAGER (Former Employee) – Keesler AFB, MS – January 10, 2018
-Work day consisted of maintaining good work flow in the office and reviewing reports, communicating with residents and upper management. - Learned a great deal on budgeting reports and customer relations and how to manage and office setting. - Great work place culture, very team orientated. - Letting residents know when there wasn't housing available or if they were in violations of community rules. - Letting future residents know we had home for them.
Maintenance Technician (Former Employee) – Bossier City, LA – November 1, 2017
If my circumstances didn’t require me to return to my home town I would still be working there. By far the best employer I have ever worked for! Safety first attitude, always striving to make the work place better for the employees, and the good people that worked there just made it my dream job
Financial Accountant (Former Employee) – Honolulu, HI – August 21, 2017
Fun place to work but very stressful. Corporate was well structured but when they acquired the Hawaii region, there was much miscommunication. The workplace culture was excellent but we had poor management pushing us to work 12+ hours a day to meet our deadlines.
Resident Services Specialist (Former Employee) – Oceanside, CA – August 14, 2017
The Community Director did not care about personal life issue and would disappear from office all the time and was hardly available for residents when needed. Most employees not too fond of CD. It was either the Community Director's way or nobody's way.
Pay, no actual breaks, too much work required for lack of pay.
Employee (Current Employee) – Langley AFB, VA – July 25, 2017
This company has good benefits but is a bad place to work for so it's not worth the pay. If you get in get out as soon as possible or use it for the experience. Companies like this have high turnover rates for a reason.
Maintenance Technician (Former Employee) – Barksdale AFB, LA – January 31, 2017
Was told I had a certain time to acquire an HVAC certification and was terminated after Thirty of the allotted ninety days. They don't want to listen to workers about better and faster ways of doing the job.
Secretary (Current Employee) – Enid, OK – June 30, 2016
Maintenance Director is prejudice. He refers to Black Military members raciallyand they have no place here and also refers to military as low life’s that only joined the military because they can’t or are not smart enough to get a job in civilian life. Treats his employees like badly and cuts them down and takes advantage of the company.
HVAC Universal & CPO Certified (Former Employee) – SAFB, IL – July 8, 2014
This job is exactly what you would expect from the maintenance field. Your day is filled....I mean FILLED with work. Most days, it is hard to keep your head above water with all the work. The compensation is average, the security is pretty good. It was practically impossible to get fired and they never had cutbacks. The downside is the on-call schedule. You are guaranteed to work a lot of overtime! That can be a good thing, but it wears on you over the years.