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30+ days ago

SR ACCTG ASSOC

AAFES Lakenheath, England

PERFORMS A VARIETY OF CLERICAL AND ADMINISTRATIVE DUTIES INVOLVING THE DOCUMENTATION OF VARIOUS BUSINESS TRANSACTIONS SUCH AS CASHIER'S CAGE… Glassdoor


13 days ago

SR STORE ASSOC

AAFES Lakenheath, England

SELLS A VARIETY OF SPECIALIZED MERCHANDISE TO CUSTOMERS USING SALESMANSHIP AND COURTESY OR SERVES AS A CUSTOMER SERVICES REPRESENTATIVE. MAY PERFORM… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

HUMAN RSCS ASST

AAFES Lakenheath, England

PREPARES AND PROCESSES VARIOUS EMPLOYMENT & INSURANCE/BENEFIT DOCUMENTS, WORKSHEETS, LETTERS, FORMS AND CORRESPONDENCE RELATED TO THE OVERALL HUMAN… Glassdoor


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Army and Air Force Exchange CEO & Director Thomas C. Shull
Thomas C. Shull
69 Ratings
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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee

    I have been working at Army and Air Force Exchange full-time for more than 5 years

    Pros

    The mission of the company, work-life balance and flexible schedule.

    Cons

    Compensation is low. No cost of living raises. You have to be in the "know" or "click" to get promoted or if you screw up bad enough you get promoted however if you work hard, have integrity, character, professionalism and fair don't look to be promoted. The managers that get promoted do not have any people skills, don't know how to communicate with their direct reports and performance reviews and readiness ratings are a joke. And management likes to sugar coat everything and don't provide a realistic picture...will report all good but hardly report the bad or if a project is slipping...if they do report the bad they put a spin on it to make it look good. By doing so a false reality is presented and you can't improve because you keep covering up one false reality after another false reality.

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    To the CEO, please take some time to meet with the people that actually do the work everyday, without management, and you will get a true reality of what is really going on instead of the false positive. We know you are a very busy executive however changes would be made faster if you get the brutal, candid and honest truth from the associates.

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