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Relocation Coordinator

Klein & Co Golden, CO

The person that fills this position will be the main point of contact for the client, guiding them through the process of finding temporary… Klein & Co

30+ days ago

Bookkeeper Accounts Receivable

Klein & Co Golden, CO

; communicating effectively, orally and verbally, in a diverse range of audiences and settings; developing alternative solutions to problems… Klein & Co

30+ days ago

Social Worker, Kenmore Hall

Housing & Services, Inc. New York, NY

Housing and Services, Inc. is seeking a Social Worker for Kenmore Hall. Our mission is to solve housing crises for all New Yorkers through permanent… SocialService.com

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Jackie Harris
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    Give up your life for 12$/Hr

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    Former Employee - Relocation Coordinator  in  Golden, CO
    Former Employee - Relocation Coordinator in Golden, CO

    I worked at Klein & Co. Corporate Housing Services full-time for more than a year


    Casual attire, health insurance, some holidays off.


    This is a great company to work for if you like being talked down to constantly and don't have any kind of life outside of the office.

    Personal issues aside, what would you think of a company that sees roughly a 50% turnover in 2 departments that are highly essential to the business? Any rational person would say that's a problem. The workload and expectation of service is asinine for what they're paying. Also, your position isn't going anywhere, this is a dead end job. If you work for Wendy's for a year, you have the possibility to at least become a manager.

    That being said, go ahead and apply if you like being treated like a child, working a lot of overtime at the drop of a hat, have zero ambition for this to become a career, but are willing to put yourself through it for health insurance.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Get an HR person. Talking to managers only furthers problems and creates animosity. No matter what the situation is, it's always made to be the employees fault. Train for more than two weeks or have someone who isn't getting interrupted every 15 minutes train employees.

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