I have been working at Monarch Landing full-time (Less than a year)
Started as a temporary employee and was hired on full-time shortly after. I work with a great team, work great hours, get good exposure to people/experiences and I feel like I have a voice. I think the best part is that I don't come in on a Monday morning to 50 emails that came in over the weekend - people here know how to balance their work life and personal life. If I work extra hours its because I want to, not because it is expected. Almost everyone here, from workers to residents, has a smile on their face and a "hello" as you pass them. Some recent new management changes have just taken place and I'm already seeing improvements.
There are some people that work here that have negative attitudes and/or are lazy and only want to do the bare minimum to get by. These workers can potentially taint the culture here at Monarch Landing but they tend not to last here too long!
Advice to Management
Continue to engage employees, listen to them and let them give their input.
I applied online. The process took 1+ week. I interviewed at Monarch Landing (Naperville, IL).
I filled out an online application and then someone called me to ask a few questions. They told me that they would call me back for an interview if the managers were interested. I ended up hearing from them and interviewed with Human Resources and a manager. It was not long after the interview that I was hired for the position. This was the easiest interview process I have been through.
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