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    I worked at Jones, Edmunds & Associates


    One thing Jones Edmunds does well is communicate with their staff. When they converted payroll and benefits HR was great about giving us advance notice and explaining changes. However, there are changes on a daily basis so get ready to do some serious communicating!


    Where to start? The home office is indeed a dump! There is shag carpet on the walls and the roof is always leaking, etc. The owners of the company also own a property management firm who leases the building to Jones Edmunds. The CEO and two owners are the only ones with the exception of a few other lucky folks who has something that looks post 80's. The HR department is a nightmare to work with the exception of a couple folks working within that department, and several managers rather do without whatever their need is than engage Human Resources. The processes and policies are constantly changing as to keep everyone as confused as the HR Director and the CEO are. They have this "god-complex" to them as most senior management there does, and it depends on which day of the week you catch them, but most times they act like "you" are the lucky one to be in their presence. The company tries to put off this welcoming, ethical, and honest tribute to its employees at all cost, but the truth beneath it all is that they pick and choose golden boys/girls and that's who moves up within the company. Furthermore they will demean and even side swipe other managers to promote these golden folks! Let it also not go unsaid that one of the main ways you get to be this golden employee is to work 60+ hours a week. (Remember mostly exempt positions so no overtime!) Most of the senior level managers are overly obsessed with their job and status so they are wiling to spend 70 hours a week there and expect the very same thing of all their employees. It's sad that they actually rather be at the office than home with their families and they will occasionally joke that they rather be there than at home! My review probably seems overly pessimistic, but be assured I am not one of those employees who job hops every time I don't like something. As a matter of fact I was very upset upon leaving JE because of how discontented I was and had never felt that way when leaving a position before. It was unnerving and extremely sad to feel as crappy as I did because I've never left a company prior to this job for the reasons other than better opportunity or advancement in my career. In fact with the exception of this company my only two previous bosses I am still in touch with today and think highly of my ex-employers and would go back to work for them happily if the right opportunity ever came along. If you get an interview and decide to engage just trust your gut because if I had done this during my decision to accept an offer I would have saved myself a lot of headache and frustration! The feeling of interrogation in their extremely long drawn out interview process won't leave you feeling like a champ or with a good feeling about working there....

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    Get a life!

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