This company is currently under investigation and the process to close and sell off it's assets is in process. Vendor pay outs are more than 60 days past due at the moment. In its prime the vendors were not paid within the Net 30 day terms and were made to meet ridiculous requirements as an example if the vendor mailed their invoice to the PO Box for non system generated purchase orders the AP department would throw away the invoice and demand the vendor to mail it the correct PO Box fax / email versions were declined. Not ethical on many levels this is just one example of many.
I've worked with the Yacht Club since May 2010. This position is more than just a serving job. Being a members-only yacht club, we are also required to set up the venue for weddings, parties, anniversaries, and regular member dining; setting up includes moving heavy tables and chairs, a big wooden stage. However, $8/hr does not pay enough for a job that requires serving as well as intensive labor.
I've worked for Corinthian Colleges for a few years. When I first came to the company I've had great aspirations of moving up. The company seem to be a good company to work for. As time went on I learned that there is a lot of micro management, there are few opportunities for advancement, and management will lie, steal, and destroy to make the numbers and keep their jobs. The company has recently done a restructuring by laying off over 650 people and firing people.