It's a good place to establish career experience
Former employee (Former Employee) – Shreveport, LA – November 28, 2017
I learned quite a bit while at Willis-Knighton, but I don't miss the job now that I'm gone. Things always moved quickly at Willis-Knighton, but oftentimes that meant pushing back project deadlines and prioritizing projects. In the beginning, once my role was established within my department, I had several people assigned to me to train me and I had to learn quite a bit in a very short time. I became an expert in these skills, but once I learned what I needed to for my position, I wasn't given much opportunity to learn after that point. During my employment, the department structure was changed several times, causing problems within the department. I reached out to management for more opportunities and/or job enrichment (such as assisting overworked coworkers with their projects), but nothing ever came of this opportunity. I eventually found myself working on the same monotonous tasks/projects. I spoke with several supervisors about the issues I experienced during my employment at Willis-Knighton, but nothing ever came from voicing my concerns/issues.
Little Opportunity, Little Time Off, Poor Management