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Toxic, the most unethical work place I have ever endured... I was dumbfounded every day by the actions of management, no experience and it was kindergarten ever day.

They don't pay well and over work you.

A conundrum. VACASA had the wherewithal to become a most excellent PROGRESSIVE COMPANY. Instead, because of expontial growth gone mad, it became inhumane, an impossible behemoth to control. It is NOT A PROGRESSIVE COMPANY: with compassionate and professionally trained personnel in the physical, and psychological wellbeing of its employees. It has become part of a currently popular model of ABUSE: personnel lacking the professional training to manage the physical and psychological needs of a human being at work.

Vacasa Company SUCKS in All States Discriminates Workers treat them like SLAVES and don't pay Gas Mileage to work sites Take advantage of employees

Terribly rushed, most times manager does not know what is going on with the schedule - so naturally at this company - their mistake is now your problem to the degree of being fired and fix their mistake now! Top off this environment with a mouthy, belligerent, yelling manager in Tahoe - Management is rewarded for their terrible management style - come to our get together where we clean and straighten, let's fix this mess that turns into years later --- you are the arch enemy because they can't keep it together on their side of the fence and beware - nothing will change --- HR at this company covers up for the managers and some day that will be a big mistake if someone is savvy with the law and upholding the law in workforce places - be sure to use your "Servant" attitude as one boss loves to be called "Boss" - one would think with all the laws regarding harassment and intimidation some would not be here to complain - this company listens barely to courts - so if you want to be heard - mention here where former, abusive managers can no longer control the truth about them leaking out and go hire an attorney. Those thinking of working here - be warned - and document every thing you may find your self side swiped by an emotionally confused and emotionally charged manager with little self control. Very toxic and crazy, unhealthy pace of work.

As long as you enjoy being treated unfairly by management and HR, this job is the place for you. Especially the mendocino coast office, new manager thinks can make up rules as they go, as soon as you stick up for yourself and ask questions they don't like they report you to HR claiming you claimed harassment against them. Seriously save yourself the time and frustration, run far away from vacasa. Or if you have no problem being disrespected, and biting your tongue, being underpaid and overworked this is the job for you.

Rushed, make one mistake, even if not caused by you - but the person in charge of the schedule - you will be sacrificed by deflecting the problem to you - not the scheduler who is incompetent of working a computer system, and corrective action (such as a performance lab) will not be utilized - the ol get rid of them will be the answer - be happy if you are freed from the clenches of this company - just not worth it, don't bother with upper management or hr - they are having lunches out, deflecting, having bogus meetings - so run and leave them in their own demise.

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

If you work in the central office (especially in onboarding), you will face a permanent rush pace. Every day is a crisis of not working fast enough and not making the numbers that have been selected as that month's arbitrary goal. Burnout is rampant and there is little concern for quality of work. It's all about metrics.

Housekeeping or engineering. It doesn't matter. You will be overworked, underpaid, ignored, maligned and always in fear of losing your job.

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