I was not interviewed, I only needed to submit my pass work history. Then I am given instructions for each assignment I do and if I continue to complete assignments correctly the more assignments are available for me.
The culture is an antequated work environment, difficult to get things done, and ineffective leadership
Account Solutions and Operations Planning Director (Current Employee) – Torrance, CA – July 11, 2019
I met some great people and enjoyed some of the work experience. The culture is old and antiquated in terms of views and vision and direction. It is difficult to get things done and I struggled with the lack of customer focus as a guiding principle.
Regional Human Resources Manager (Former Employee) – Woodland Hills, CA – June 30, 2019
You worked hard with little reward. Working in a regional setting was difficult as the main office didn't see value unless you were at "corporate" There was no room for advancement unless you were willing to move to Missouri. If you make a mistake, it's held against you.
Mystery Shopper scheduler (Former Employee) – Overland Park, KS – June 11, 2019
Only thing I liked here was that it was laid back and they celebrated most holidays. Managers are nice... This is a place for a person that is in college or a retiree that just wants something to do. You don’t make much here but it is in corporate woods in a nice building. I wouldn’t go here for a dependable job cause if they don’t have much to do you will be off for a little while. I worked here twice and that’s happened both times.
Celebrations, laid back environment, chill
Short breaks, lower pay, no paid nothing, no benefits
Desktop technical support (3 years) (Former Employee) – Fenton, MO – June 7, 2019
back in the day, they would have a Run Through The Warehouse contest. Contestants would have a shopping cart and run through and pick up items and put them in their shopping cart. Whoever had the most valuable things, would win the game.
Warehouse, Team Leader (Receiving) (Former Employee) – Fenton, MO – April 23, 2019
Management in place is what is driving the company down. They do not listen to employees. Loosing clients and not getting new ones. Tell you budget is strained, but spends thousands of dollars on moving management office spaces and equipment. Hands out very low raises after about 5 years of not getting one. HR has been told about this many times and still nothing has been done. Their solution, layoff employees that have been there that know what they are doing, place management in charge that do not know what they are doing. Only thing I can say positive about the job is the people you work with, but current management brings down morale and makes work day difficult.
Developer (Current Employee) – Fenton, MO – April 16, 2019
The company is mostly good. Our tech stack and current project is needlessly complicated and difficult, though it is the best part of the job. There is too much pressure to ship code. Also, there are too many managers and meetings. There is a lot of time wasted listening to vague talks by upper management. There is lip service about wanting honest feedback but it would not be a good idea to give honest feedback.
Cafeteria, Free food/beer at events, Some smart and kind people
Overall a good learning experience. Meetings are stressful line of work so you establish good friendships with your colleagues.
SENIOR PROJECT MANAGER, MEETINGS & EVENTS (Former Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – March 21, 2019
Everyone works very hard there. I left due to work life balance and needed a break from excessive travel. I learned a lot working at Maritz . Pay is not high but experience is great and enabled me to take higher position elsewhere
Friendships and Experience with many types of clients