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Kansas City Royals are an American professional baseball team based in Kansas City, Missouri. The Royals compete in Major League Baseball (MLB) as a member team of the American League (AL) Central division. The team was founded as an expansion franchise in 1969, and has participated in four World Series, winning in 1985 and 2015, and losing in 1980 and 2014.

Amy declared, "As long as the Kansas City Royals insist on linking baseball with anti-abortion propoganda, I will boycott the team and all merchandise and suggest everyone do so as well. I do not need an ALL-MALE team telling me or other WOMEN what we should do with our bodies. Disgusting!"

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Public Service Executive-Liaison Public Health and State Medicaid Program (Former Employee) says

"I experienced racism at this job. Not a healthy workplace. I was not allow to do my job honestly, my supervisor expected be to lie about the things I knew needed to be corrected to address the gap in service delivery."

Worker Bee (Former Employee) says

"Not suggested for employment. Politicians and Management view workers as an expendable commodity and do not have the taxpayers best interest in mind. Taxpayer money is often wasted on services which could be performed for less to no cost."

Systems Administrator (Former Employee) says

"Prepare to have every easy task completed by Prisoners from local State or County jails for slave wages. The state is abusing the 13th Amendment and using Failed Drug war policies to feed the hamester wheel of labor from local restaurant bus table,dishwashers to agriculture leashed bodies. Disgusting and horrible to think you get shanked in a suit and tie behind a computer for THREE YEARS. Cons: Witness the Industrial Complex at Work"

Corrections Officer (Former Employee) says

"It takes a certain type of person to successfully pull off a career in Corrections. The state of Kansas is in a very poor and sad position with respect to providing for Officers and paying them a fair wage compared to the National average. Cons: No breaks, high stress, very low staffing levels, dangerous environment"

Administrative Specialist (Former Employee) says

"I would recommend employment with the State of Kansas to anyone. The management was easy to get along with and was very willing to help and give constructive feed back. Fellow employees were pleasant and we developed a "working family" relationship. Cons: Situations could get a bit political at time."

Full time certified nursing assistant (Former Employee) says

"Ashland Health Center is not a good place to work. Staff is always backstabbing each other and the DON is never there.You work more hours than scheduled and they can't make payroll. They lie to the community and sue people over bills that are less than $5.00. Cons: they cant make payroll"

HOUSEKEEPING (Former Employee) says

"the are very unorganized and depend on the none paid workers while they sit around and do nothing not the place to be or work"

Economic Support Specialist (Former Employee) says

"If the managers or supervisors didn't like you, you ended up getting canned. I did (first time ever). The job was easy but they found everything they could to get rid of you. My supervisor was one of the worst I've ever encountered and she was supported by the management. Cons: Management"

Economic Support Specialist (Former Employee) says

"No raises. No compensation beyond the hourly wage. Management not supportive and if they do not like you,...well you're not going to work there long. Cons: Management, wages"

Technical Trainer (Former Employee) says

"I loved my job. It was a perfect fit for me. However, I had a very inexperienced manager. I disclosed my disability to my supervisor and I was fired in less than a month with no reason given. Cons: Supervisory Staff"

Information System Supervisor (Current Employee) says

"no raises since 2006. morale is as low as I've seen it. the feelings with the employees is that the Governor wants to privatize everything."

Registered Nurse (Former Employee) says

"After 10 years working for the State I was terminated over a petty issue with management. I appeal it to the Civil service Board which rule in my favor. That has been a year ago and nothing has happen The State has told my lawyer that the courts can,t make them to pay me. The State owes me over a 10000 at this time. The State does not like employed that question their judgement even if is dangerous to the pts."

Administrative Specialist (Current Employee) says

"The state of Kansas is not able to compete with the private sector on pay or benefits. I have learned quite a lot about state statutes and regulations. Management has not been supportive and is poor with communicating changes and updates to staff. I love my job and assisting fellow Kansans."

Facility Gardener (Former Employee) says

"No real supervision, lack of decent tools, not permitted to take responsibility and get projects completed. A lot of bureaucracy and asking questions to get permission about petty things. Those supervising didn't seem to care much about you, the job, or getting the job completed."

MHDDT (Former Employee) says

"Worked 2:30-11:00. Would go in early everyday at 11:00 am so i would try and be safe on the mandate list, but also irritatting fellow co-workers off since they choose not to.Management lacked due to not following current guidelines of how they were suppose to do there job. The place is out of date. Lack of money. Watch your back! been bit, spit, punched. You name it, but remember to Date and document! That's what they say. joke. The most enjoyable part of the job was getting put on investegation with paid leave for 2 months. "Fired" Filed Un-employment and got approved. State of kansas asked for the reason and the State Hospital couldn't come up with a reason! Pathetic. I did Learn how to fold clothes quicker. Cons: Mandating"

Correctional Officer (Former Employee) says

"This place is horrible. I worked there for 2 years and the management is racist and they have favorites and some are intimate with inmates. They are very sexist and hardly hire males 90% are females. Captains are dating officers and so on. And the drama is HORRIBLE. You’d think you’d need to be professional at this job but management is very childish. They don’t encourage you it’s the opposite Cons: Everything else"

Textile Technician (Former Employee) says

"This is rehabilitation facility for couseling, job training, mental illness, mental stress but you get a choice during janitorial work, cafeteria work, agriculture, textile and library."

Electrician Senior (Current Employee) says

"We start the day at 8 am and we complete work orders or jobs that have been assigned to us."

Industrial Maintenance Mechanic ( furniture mover and light bulb changer) says

"An absolute joke. "Job title says" Industrial Maint. Mechanic. Job description lists you working on an impressive amount of equipment - I thought that sounded interesting, awesome and perfect for learning a lot more about equipment that I knew of, but either had little or no real experience with. "Job actually entails" - hanging up whiteboards in peoples offices, hanging up tv's in offices, changing light bulbs, plunging and snaking toilets, ( which is actually a normal maint. task, and no one likes it, but that part was expected and ok) looking at dozens of equipment PM's that were regarded mostly as a joke and a nuisance and... and moving on....Depending upon summer help availability you may do a lot of mowing and weed eating.( Which was fine to me personally, and I liked it, but not every maint. person does; and depending upon their job description they may have a valid complaint if they don't ) You will OFTEN be called upon to move furniture for the office workers, then haul much or all of it to your maint. shop where it joins the jumbled pile of previous furniture that you can't throw away or put somewhere else. Your boss cannot tell anyone no so you will be doing this A LOT. The maintenance shop is almost unusable. Old parts Cons: Oh Dios Mio..."

Enviromental Technician (Former Employee) says

"cut throat, and not very challenging, no promotions or pay raises, no overtime, no feeling of doing something that matters, or that anybody pays attention to Cons: no loyalty"

Former Employee - MHDD says

"I worked at State of Kansas full-time for more than 3 years Cons: Administration and insane mandatory overtime"

Current Employee - PIO says

"I have been working at State of Kansas full-time for more than 10 years Cons: Cost of insurance. Lack of appreciation for job well done"

Current Employee - Anonymous Employee says

"I have been working at State of Kansas full-time Cons: No raises, no career opportunities, and no trust in senior management"

Current Employee - Anonymous Employee says

"I have been working at State of Kansas full-time for more than 10 years Cons: Working for an underfunded state agency that is much of an obstacle to your work as the prosecution is. Total lack of communication."

Former Employee - Anonymous Employee says

"I worked at State of Kansas full-time Cons: Lack of training and a general low morale."

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"I worked at State of Kansas Cons: Poor management , no parking, poor facilities, lack of raises, lack of opportunities for advancement."

Current Employee - Anonymous Employee says

"I have been working at State of Kansas full-time Cons: Political, incompetence, no professionalism, no raises or position recognition."

Kansas says

"I worked at State of Kansas for more than 10 years Cons: State of Kansas is broke they dont pay very much"

Current Employee - Anonymous Employee says

"I have been working at State of Kansas full-time for more than 3 years Cons: State employee with Federal Military Chain of Command, so proper rules and protocol not followed and no one held accountable."

Former Employee - Anonymous Employee says

"I worked at State of Kansas full-time Cons: Administration shifts with the changing of the Governor and appointees to admin positions are under qualified for the position they are given."