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30+ days ago

Seasonal Park Maintenance Worker/ Landscape Division

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30+ days ago

Seasonal Park Maintenance Worker/ Turf Division

City of Lenexa, KS Lenexa, KS

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30+ days ago

SharePoint Administrator

City of Lenexa, KS Lenexa, KS

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23 hrs ago

Project Manager/Engineer – new

City of Lenexa, KS Lenexa, KS

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30+ days ago

Police Officer

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30+ days ago

Part time Recreation Program Instructor

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22 hrs ago

Plans Analyst – new

City of Lenexa, KS Lenexa, KS

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30+ days ago

Seasonal Stormwater Maintenance Worker

City of Lenexa, KS Lenexa, KS

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4 days ago

Right of Way Technician

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30+ days ago

Dispatcher I

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    City of Lenexa, Kansas – Observations and assessment

    • Comp & Benefits
    • Work/Life Balance
    • Senior Management
    • Career Opportunities
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee  in  Lenexa, KS
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Lenexa, KS

    I worked at City of Lenexa, KS

    Pros

    The City’s benefit package offered substantial medical and dental coverage for individuals (employee) and dependents (spouse and/or children). Competitive with private sector packages.

    Cons

    •The BMPs observed and practiced by upper-management sometimes adversely affect non-management employees.
    •Encountered age-related bias from fellow co-workers and management.
    •Promotion and/or education opportunities discussed as inclusive terms of employment were not supported by upper/management during duration of employment. (Multiple requests for job-related training opportunities were denied by management, despite ‘Meets Expectation’ performance reviews.)

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    •Encourage employees in personal development. Your employees are your assets.
    •Require ‘effective communication’ courses/credits of all management personnel, with potential for 'maintenance' level criteria.
    •Communication is a quintessential tool in contemporary America. Effective communication can ‘make’ or ‘break’ a deal.
    •Incorporate sensitivity training as part of employee curriculum for all personnel – non/management alike.
    •Re-evaluate City’s benefits’ policy and/or documentation on education reimbursement. If employees’ requests are within the guidelines, re-evaluate departmental policies on dis/approving continuing education requests. Be consistent.

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