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Savannah () is the oldest city in the U.S. state of Georgia and is the county seat of Chatham County. Established in 1733 on the Savannah River, the city of Savannah became the British colonial capital of the Province of Georgia and later the first state capital of Georgia. A strategic port city in the American Revolution and during the American Civil War, Savannah is today an industrial center an

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Maintenance Worker (Former Employee) says

"The insurance is great, but the PAY could be better! Supervisors need more TRAINING!! They have employees that do what they want along with the supervisors being home instead of on the job site"

Employee (Current Employee) says

"This organization does not value institutional knowledge. It also does not put much stock into succession planning. It loses good, qualified, skilled employees because hiring managers would prefer to hire external candidates over promoting internal candidates."

Customer Service Representative (Current Employee) says

"This is the most stressful and disrespectful place to work for. There is no communication what so ever. There is no room for advancement and upper management does not push you to advance or offer ways to advancement. Cons: Poor Management"

Star Corp Police Officer (Former Employee) says

"Employees are not considered assessts they are disposable. Any nail that sticks out and excels is hammered flat. Competence takes a backseat to who you know. The COLA option will be removed as of 2018. Innovation is NOT looked on with anything other than disdain. For all these negatives the positives do not outweigh them. Cons: Ask any employee with 5 years"

Administrative Clerk (Former Employee) says

"The city don't care about their vested employees by laying them off after 14 of employment. Very poor management. Offering jobs for a lower pay and employees must re apply for a new position.. Cons: low wages"

Residential Refuse Operator (Current Employee) says

"The job is awesome but the manager there donna davis is not good at all she shows favoritism and dont like to hear her employess out all she do is judge people based on what she hears and that is not good"

Sanitation Worker (Former Employee) says

"Bad Culture, the pay is not competitive compare to like positions and neighbor cities to say the least. Management is extremely poor and unreliable. Safety is not a factor to leadership. Cons: little to no breaks"

Savannah (Former Employee) says

"Get rid of supervisors make them answer for their actions train them the correct way to treat their subordinates learn how to talk to people show how the job should be done"

Principal vehicle mechanic (Former Employee) says

"Good to work for during the recession, but every where else pays better. Plenty of vacation and sick time. Just management gives the same raises to the hard workers as the no work workers Cons: Very slow advancement"

Police Officer (Former Employee) says

"great job, has potential to be a great dept. The city is run poorly. Cons: poorly run city, corruption, to much crime in the city"

Sr Systems Analyst (Current Employee) says

"Management micro manages. Mediocrity is the norm. Able to learn a lot without the benefit of formal training. Hardest part of the job is getting the buy in from other departments throughout the project life cycle. Cons: No room for advancement."

SENIOR ACCOUNT CLERK (Current Employee) says

"A typical day at work is feeling harassed, being watched with a camera on me every 5 minutes. I'm employed with this organization, now 16+ years; and, despite personal setbacks, I never let them interfere with my job performance. Due to 3 major computer hacks, my work was compromised, and deleted from my computer-which made things very difficult to retrieve what was completed. I've learned to have a paper trail with everything I do. I've also learned that some Management will not make you feel as if they can depend on you. They're the one's who can either improve or impair the workplace culture. The hardest part of the job, is the lack of support--especially when we're supposed to be "family". As a cancer survivor, amongst surviving other diseases, it was Management who made me feel so miserable and not wanted during my recovery with surgery. I was sent a threatening letter stating that I would be terminated if I didn't return at a certain time, when I had sick leave and FMLA, as well as being on the operating table fighting for my life, the 2nd of 6 times. No apologies for the stress, or the reasoning behind who entered fraudulent return dates on a copied form instead of my original forms of paperwork that was originally filed. I was also away during most of 2016 due to my fiancée being in a motorcycle accident, and being sick myself (Hashimoto's disease), and yet they showed no remorse. Still being productive, I manage to apply for promotional opportunities, and the during the interview process, one of the questions asked by committee was, "What makes you think you're qualified? Cons: Hard for advancement"

General Laborer (Former Employee) says

"Not to hold people work hostage! That you can be fired for doing your job! That is it in one word or less no words need to be said this makes the question the end"

Senior Sanitation Worker (Former Employee) says

"This company isn't the best to work for but the work is easy and the workers and friendly and helpful"

Firefighter (Current Employee) says

"Since starting this career, the City of Savannah has changed my career path by adding educational requirements."

Secretary (Former Employee) says

"Does not value staff or seniority. Staff are treated as invaluable and not allowed to offer ideas for other ideas. Cons: No value of staff"

Administrative Assistant (Current Employee) says

"Worked with the City of Savannah over 11 years--do not appreciate their faithful employees and regularly tell employees if they are not happy they could find another job. Cut throat environment with incompetent leaders. Was harassed by co-workers constantly but HR refused to act on complaints. Used to enjoy working here but the atmosphere due to numerous leadership changes, low wages and everyone out for themselves attitude has diminished the moral in the organization. Cons: Poor leadership/management"

Santation Worker (Current Employee) says

"I've learned throughout the times I've worked here you have to remain patience because it was always a negative energy flowing around . You would think the management in charge would run a better foundation but they're too concerned on whats going on in other peoples lives when they are so many complaints about the routes not getting picked up the schedule times . I also proven myself numerous of times that I deserve a raise. I learn and move quicker when I`m doing the assignment than your average working man and a team leader . I could get along and work well with all of my coworkers. Cons: short breaks, Favortism"

Senior Parking Service Officer (Former Employee) says

"Getting a promotion within the department and city wide raise for all workers. Cons: n/a"

Customer Service Representative (Current Employee) says

"Experience and creative thinking is not valued at the City of Savannah. My immediate supervisor is a micro-manager and constantly questions my previous experience and knowledge. Department manager has no interest in how the staff feels. Unethical hiring standards. Hard work is not rewarded. On the plus side, many of the lower level staff are friendly and helpful and living is Savannah can be lots of fun. However, I am actively looking for another job. Cons: Pay. No independent thinking encouraged or rewarded."