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YMCA President and CEO Neil Nicoll
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    Current Employee - Life Guard/Instructor in Rochester, NY
    Current Employee - Life Guard/Instructor in Rochester, NY

    I have been working at YMCA part-time (more than an year)

    Pros

    Pros This is a great starter job for teens or anyone looking for part time min Wage job. Most of the directors and workers are pretty nice people. I've worked here for a year but its catching up to me.

    Cons

    Cons are, Well I don't know where to start really, I have been at the ymca for a year and since I have started there has been a turn over of about 6 directors. I mean that in its self should speak volumes,I mean to lose normal employees would be one thing but these people are running the place! and you've not been able to Fill a standard to accommodate 6 Directors? (Who all left for the same reasons might I add) anyone with a Directors Status I truly Feel for they are every essence of the term over worked and underpaid, having multiple departments under one director is far too much to ask anyone on salary because they end up working for free and it shows that there is like no one running the place, the head exec is a push over And gives just about anyone who complains or has an issue what they want weather it is fitting to the policy or not and weather it covers his damn staff who enforce previous Policy's! they hire people simply on pull and not on background, Reputation or respect! but will hire you on as a director as long as you daddy has his pull because he is on the board. and it all trickles down push over execs burnt out directors who aren't able to handle the hundreds of staff underneath them (by the way why give a director a tidal to keep there staff #'s low when all your going to do is shove off more work and people onto that director?) then to the staff that have no one to go to when they need guidance/questions/training/problem.

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    Hire proper directors instead of just shoving the work off onto another one and and try a little harder to meet their needs so you don't have that kind of turn over in people your expecting to run your Business.Happy employees make good work, good work makes Happy consumers! P.s. I'm not even a Director and I

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