The Crime Victims Center of Chester County

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Floor Manager – new

The Chester New York, NY

The ideal candidate will:- Have great people skills - Maintain integrity of service - Genuine and respectful of guests and employees - Have the… Harri.com


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Bartender – new

The Chester New York, NY

Include:mixing alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks per restaurants specs - Collecting and managing payments - Greeting guests in a friendly and… Harri.com


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Server – new

The Chester New York, NY

- Taking orders and delivering food- Providing exceptional customer service Required Skills: Quick Service (Fast-Paced) Experience Casual Dining… Harri.com


The Crime Victims Center of Chester County Reviews

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PEGGY GUSZ
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    Toxic, out-dated and inefficient workplace environment.

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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee  in  West Chester, PA
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in West Chester, PA

    I worked at The Crime Victims Center of Chester County full-time for more than a year

    Pros

    Helping people from our community who are victims or serious crimes. Fills a real need.

    Cons

    Questionable management and business practices. Salaries are are terrible, not commensurate to similar jobs at similar agencies. Management takes advantage of employees who work hard - especially new employees - piling the work onto them while the coordinators and other leadership take an astounding number of days off. Upper management shows favoritism. Runs out employees who won't buy into the toxic, manipulative workplace culture. Misclassifies non-exempt employees as exempt employees in order to avoid paying them overtime and other Department of Labor violations. Has no HR department and retaliates against employees when they ask questions/ask for clarifications of policies. Uses flextime incorrectly - treats it like comp. time.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Get on board with state and federal business practice regulations; bring daily business and management operations into the 21st century. Stop violating Dept. of Labor Laws and bring salaries up to a level where an individual can maintain a decent standard of living. Respect all employees equally.

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