- Auburn University, College of Veterinary Medicine02.Jan 2016
No opportunity for advancement. No praise for good work (ever). No opportunity to offer solutions because employees don't know anything. There is no trust in leadership (only few individuals can genuinely be trusted).
Support from Management
Leadership changes in the past few years have a had negative impact on the morale of many long-term employees, who previously enjoyed their job and did exceptional work.
The only people leadership want to hear from are those with information which can be used against frustrated employees, in an effort to get them to leave on their own or by firing them. Taking problems (even with ideas for solutions) to leadership personnel only singles you out as a problem employee.