Franklin Sucks Customer Reviews and Feedback

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Frank Inn, born Elias Franklin Freeman (May 8, 1916 – July 27, 2002), was an American animal trainer. He trained several animals for movies, including the dogs in the Benji series and the cat Orangey. He also trained the dog in Honey, I Shrunk the Kids.


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Framer/Laborer (Former Employee) says

"The work environment is not friendly everyone is all for them selves its not family orientated and they have the picks and favorites I would not recommend the job to no onr"

Office Manager/Bookkeeper (Former Employee) says

"Franklin Computer ended up being one of the worst jobs I've ever had. The boss was lazy and never on time. He also never paid his employees on time. It was awful."

CNC Machine Operator (Former Employee) says

"Very poor company to work for you don't know if you are going to be laid off or not. The pay is not good and management is very rude. Cons: everything"

Staff Development Coordinator (Former Employee) says

"Lazy management, they really did not care about residents or employees wellbeing. NHA left the building when state entered the building. MDS would fall asleep during family meetings. Also smoking inside building offices. Much gossiping and hostile environment. Cons: Poor team work"

Medical Collections (Former Employee) says

"Typical day working at franklin WILL be stressful. You will have debtors cursing you out, and co-workers stealing the accounts you are working on. Management will not say anything when they code over the account because money is going into their pockets and coming out of yours.They only pay $9 a hour plus "commission", which is paid every 15th of the month. Commission is based on how much you collect, BUT its a percentage on each account so you will not get as much as you think. Let me give you an example. You collect $450, but you will only get 33% of that added to your goal. Now lets say your goal is $1000 and you have already made $851.50, $148.50 will be added to the $851.50. Now you thinking you have a cool $1000 to take home, NOPE you will only get 10% of that and that's $100. Your goal goes up every month, but believe me when i tell you that its not worth it. You may top out at under $500 a month with the commission. Save yourself!!!! Cons: everything"

Office Manager (Former Employee) says

"I enjoyed working there as long as I did, but the work is just not there at this time. It use to be extremely busy, but the work load now cannot handle the staff it had. It was a wonderful 26 years. The hardest part of the was some of the staff members the team work depreciated."

Cashier Dollar General (Former Employee) says

"Franklin does not have many job opportunities, when you do get offered a job you rarely get paid anything above min. wage. Most places do not offer more than 15-20 hours weekly."

Technical Assistant (Former Employee) says

"Did what ever was asked."

Engineering Technician (Former Employee) says

"Nice place to work during the colder months but, terrible place to be during summer. Cons: Lousy place to work."

Caregiver, The Fountains (Former Employee) says

"I’ve seen residents get put to bed right after dinner so the caregivers can go outside to their vehicles and smoke marijuana while someone’s grandma or grandpa is inside falling out the bed or extremely wet!"

Manager (Former Employee) says

"I took this job to help a friend. The company was closing offices right and left, so I knew they would not be around long. Cons: not a stable employer or company"

AMO Machine Operator (Current Employee) says

"Typical day was starting at 6:30am. Everyone would go to assigned work spaces and get machines ready for production. Cons: Employees would bully people they felt didn't fit into their group to the point they would quit."

EDM Operator (Former Employee) says

"I would not recommend working for this company unless your used to fast past work and the ability to stand for a complete 8 hr shift. The firm consists of cell structures which segregate workers into small teams. It can create strong bonds between certain workers, but problems when it comes to advancement. Cons: Compensation, and lack of recognition for achievements, their is more focus on the failures."

Franklin Billing Specialist (Former Employee) says

"People were to much into talking about people then focusing on the job or task at hand. Management was not very good they were all over the place, focus was not a strength at this company."

Assistant Teacher (Former Employee) says

"Overall, I truly think the school is a wonderful learning environment filled with qualified and dedicated educators who model the Montessori Philosophy beautifully. Being able to witness the growth and development of my children in a single year was astounding and inspiring. Cons: Negative energy in the direct classroom I worked in. Passive aggressive tendencies. Low salary, long hours"

Safety Engineer (Current Employee) says

"My position allows me to interact with both hourly employees and management. I love the fact that my job helps employees work safely. However, because the company has been in business so long and is family owned, change is not easily accepted by management and this hampers the effort to instill a culture of safety at the facility. My time here has had its ups and downs and I am greatly concerned that this inability to change will damage the company in the future."

Assembler, ETI (Former Employee) says

"Was a short term contract job with city of S.F. for their new Muni electric buses."

Factory Worker (Former Employee) says

"Company got big too fast management has no idea how to handle the workers without micro management needs to get someone with production line experience Cons: Poor management skills little knowledge of production line science"

COTA/L (Current Employee) says

"A place where you can learn from both the therapy and nursing staff while applying both to your daily responsibilities."

Waitress (Former Employee) says

"Please be prepared to be on your feet for 40+ hours. If you’ve worked in hospitality before, you know how they get down. Socially and physically. The people are alright there. The guests make the night better or worse."

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