Steady Career, No Advancement Opportunities
Manager (Former Employee) – Houston, TX – August 9, 2018
Worked at KM for several years and felt like years more than I actually was there. Lots of time spent working on nights and weekends & it was expected because others did so. No one else I worked with had children so they did not understand that sometimes you have to take time off and not be at work (nights, weekends, holidays, PTO). I am a strong believer in developing local talent, but KM likes to develop and promise pay bumps & keep stringing along the good workers. They like to reward to workers who may be good enough at there job, but if you bust your butt day in and day out you seem to be left out of the perks that come with being the same "orientation" as others you work with. I have never been the victim of reverse discrimination, but that was the last straw that pushed me to leave for a much better workplace...it wasn't hard to find one.