- The New England Life Insurance Company28.Juli 2018
Strict corporate professional modus. 5-year employment early 80's. Overworked, underpaid, left in burnout.
If you are WASP, polite, respectful and ambitious.
Most operative decisions made behind large closed doors before inspection of the facts, or any employee review allowance. Uppers too proud, poor mental image of underlings, to an extent that crippled HR and Counseling.
The more you did, the better. But that was me, workaholic. Others made progress mixing/working with others, teams, groups, learning, etc.
Departments operated independently. Little or no concert. Intermittent grand errors that damaged both status and also net worth.
Early 80's corporate man's world. Even so, height was directly proportional to salary.
Umgang mit älteren Kollegen
Virtually no one 60+.
Gehalt / Sozialleistungen
Never received an increase. I never asked, but learned that my replacement, a new employee without experience started at 17.5% higher.
Umwelt- / Sozialbewusstsein
All employees made the workaday world pleasant. Not a library.
Normal attitude. Abided the laws.
I felt only loathing for the company as an entity. I learned that anything tainted or dirty on the property never made the news.
- I can only hope that change has occurred, for the sake of all.
Well established (old), competitive, prestigious on the surface of it, centrally located in Boston, a fine U.S. city.
No parking. None.
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