- Anapol Schwartz Weiss Cohan Feldman (Philadelphia, PA / United States)24.Nov 2015
Found that there was not much recognition for tasks completed by each employee. Trust was low within teams as many employees felt that the work was not distributed evenly or priorities were improperly ranked. Generally the departments were all very much like a clique and did not work amongst each other. Many teams did not seem to get along with the other employees on their teams.
Support from Management
Managers are not very well trained or really have experience managing other employees. They do not set realistic or clear goals, and do not welcome alternative ideas or solutions to problems. Any sort of "out-of-the-box" idea is viewed as a waste of time and often a sign of insubordination. General decisions are often referred to higher-ups that generally don't have time to deal with situations and therefore leave it to the inexperienced managers. A lot of misdirection and lack of communication.