Help Desk Analyst (Former Employee) – Gilbert, AZ – June 5, 2018
trust contributes greatly to a sense of engagement. Armed with a clear view of the state of the business, invested in the company’s success and loyal to their colleagues, workers see themselves as being a part of something greater the company’s mission and its values.
Water Distribution Operator (Former Employee) – Gilbert, AZ – December 7, 2017
You will never receive a cost-of-living adjustment. You will never top out in your salary range regardless of what they tell you. Be lucky if you get at least a three quarter of a percent raise as most of us did this year. What a slap in the face. I can understand why the turnover rate of employees is absolutely unbelievable in volume. Most employees that leave go to other neighboring municipalities for better pay. Gilbert is the lowest paying municipality in the valley,, fact
Low pay, no cost of living adjustments, slap in the face raises.
Recycling Inspector (Former Employee) – Gilbert, AZ – November 29, 2017
The town gave me great experience, Taught me how to act in a professional environment and to be punctual. It was a great learning opportunity on how to be in an office setting. I enjoyed working with powerpoint and creating new content to interact with the students.
Heavy Equipment Operator (Former Employee) – Town of Gilbert, AZ – November 7, 2017
Bad management, bad routes, bad trucks, bad mechanics. This is for heavy Equipment Operator in the solid waste division. Can’t speak for any other departments but no one else seemed miserable and dreaded coming to work. New management does nothing, all talk no action. 4 day work with with Wednesday off. Your first year you will have a lot of training on Wednesday’s though. It’s a job, but not a good one.
No lunch, bad truck, disrespectful management, no raises
BENEFITS MANAGER (Former Employee) – Gilbert, AZ – August 31, 2017
The Town of Gilbert is always subject to the policies and direction of Town Council. The executive team had balanced leadership and I believe were effective. HR was professional and were a pretty tight group.
Former heavy equipment operator (Former Employee) – Gilbert, AZ – June 25, 2017
Heavy equipment operator is driving a trash truck. Getting up and down in and out of the truck. Hard work for little pay. Management is only worried about how good you'll make them look. Rules change everyday. Worked there for 3 years and never got a raise. Only the people up town and management gets raises. It's a town not a city for they have no structure. Do your self a favor and do not apply here.
Public Works Laborer (Current Employee) – 900 east juniper ave – June 20, 2017
Arrive to work on time I try to learn as much as possible to understand my job Always try as much as possible to move up to management. I like a fun calm work place culture The hardest part of the job is problems in the workplace The most enjoyable part of the job, is achieving the goals we set in the work place.
Manager (Former Employee) – Gilbert, AZ – June 9, 2017
Job training is virtually nonexistent in many departments. High turnover created by lean culture, lack of employee investment, salary increases unfairly distributed, and increases in costs of benefits. Makes more sense to work for a municipality who will pay you more, has adequate staff to complete work, and invests in you as an employee.
Distribution/Purchasing (Current Employee) – Gilbert, AZ – June 2, 2017
It what you would expect from a government job. You are not working for a local government for the pay. Benefits of insurance have improved from what they were last year but still not as good as in the past.