- 418th Medlog, 627th HC22.Mar 2018
Company Culture was good. It was a different day with somewhat the same schedule for the day. Going in with a positive thought no matter what obstacles you face
Support from management
The support management is how we make things happen and where goals get achieved and become realistic. Not all employees are to participate when making a decision. Just the Chain of command.
No matter the difference background, race, ethnicity and character as well as personality, when it comes down to completing a mission teamwork is a guarantee. Everyone will help each other out and at the same time encourage each other to the finish.
Freedom to work independently
Army values such as honesty and integrity is what gives us the freedom to conduct work independently. As long as the job is done and you make a good impression of your work, the freedom is still there.
Information is always put out 2 to 3 months ahead of time that way come time to perform duties for a specific day, whatever unexpected events turn up, we should be able to squeeze it in the schedule. Through the Chain of Command is how we communicate. Requests and problems of soldiers go through their squad leaders, to Platoon Sergeants, to Platoon Leaders, to 1st Sergeant, to Company Commander.
They may put pressure on you when you have to work on a time crunch event but whatever family emergency comes up, they make sure that you take care of your family first and have someone else cover down for you.
Suggestions for improvement
- No favoritism
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The following benefits were offered to me
- Company418th Medlog, 627th HC
- CityFort Carson
- Are you a Current or Former Employee?Former employee
- DepartmentLogistics/materials management