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On call 24/7 with out any compensation. Drive from property to property all day and no mileage reimerssment.

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Reviews have been happening once per year for two years (before that, there was nothing). The first year, raises were okay 5-10% (which still did not bring the average pay close to being competitive), but last year, most people saw 0-2% raises, which could mean as little as a $20 increase per month. It was ridiculous and insulting to say the least. If fair compensation is important to you, keep looking.

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Policies and procedures need to be clear, concise and consistent which they are not even close. I realize the company us expanding exponentially however if you don't have a stable foundation, what's the point!? You will constantly lose employees, homes, contractors etc. Favoritism and clicks are definitely in play in this company . There is so much in fighting with management it's ridiculous and disruptive to positive growth. Rockaway I feel is one of the most poorly manager territories! This is what happens when you basically hand it over to one very manipulative, dishonest, uncaring and for lack of a better word, fake GM's I've ever encountered!

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Training is minimal at best

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I don't know I guess 18 years old I've assumed

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For full time staff there is the dangling carrot of "unlimited vacation". This sounds great until you realize that if you take advantage of it you will likely be the next person cut. The real reason is so that when they fire you or have sucked the life out of you and you quit? No requirement to pay out for unused vacation. Win / Win!

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Vacasa acts like they care at first but then they treat you like an indentured servant with no benefits.

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No. I witnessed drug use while working there. Notified management and nothing was done.

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Good, there are some bad reviews so I was a little hesitant but it's so great here.

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