Overworked, underpaid, understaffed, favoritism, hard work isn’t recognized
Answered - Kennel Attendant (Former Employee) - Springfield, VA
I would leave due to blatant favoritism which lead to undeserving individuals getting raises and better schedules, low pay and unwillingness to adhere to performance reviews or give proper raises, managers and executive directors being unwilling to perform job duties and cover shifts when fallouts occur and short staffing occurs. Overall, I would leave due to lack of proper management and issues with animal safety and care. I would stay because you can get away with leaving animals unattended and not get in trouble.
I was fired because I voiced my thoughts on animal and staff safety.
Answered - Camp Counselor (Former Employee) - Rockville, MD
Poor management, poor pay, poor treatment
Answered - Pet Care Associate (Former Employee) - Sterling, VA