I have been working at Harmons full-time (More than 3 years)
Good work environment ability to work at own pace with some flexibility in hours
Opportunities to learn new systems
Management works with the employee to help further their skills
Starting to move from the "small business" mind set to a more corporate view. Meaning that there is less concern by management about the employee, causing a higher turn over rate.
Hire's from outside of company instead of promoting from within. This leads to employee's feeling that they have little hope of moving up in the company. It didn't used to be this way.
Removing people from their offices' to place them in cubicles to maximize use of space. But once the move was made management kept changing the set up so you never knew week to week what your work are would be,
Advice to Management
Stop making changes based on one source of information. Take advantage of the wealth of knowledge that is to be found in your employees.
Better communication from the top down.
Actually give pay reviews that sometimes result in a pay raise.
I applied online. The process took 1 day. I interviewed at Harmons (Salt Lake City, UT) in August 2016.
I applied online. The process took 1 day. I interviewed at Harmons (Salt Lake City, UT).
Small group interview where they ask questions. It is all people applying for all different departments so there are no specific questions about the job you want. Then a 2nd interview is where specifics are discussed and you are put into the department they need you in. They over all were both very easy and it seems hard to not get hired somewhere in the store.
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