- Business Information Systems27.Oct 2016
Lots of problems with company culture. The only way up is through cronyism and nepotism. They are discriminatory against race, gender, and age. Morale is poor. Facilities are substandard. How about cleaning the restrooms more than once a week?
Support from management
Management is a joke. Most of the long-time leaders and managers quit or were fired or demoted and replaced with younger yes-men.
If you get the management out of the way, teamwork among the talented few here is actually fairly good.
Freedom to work independently
C-Level people will interject themselves into your work at the first sign of trouble, real or imagined.
They like to brag about company success and profits. They will also promise big raises coming soon. That never happens.
Very, very, very few women work here and even fewer climb the company ladder.
Attitude towards older colleagues
When C-Suite took over, they made a concerted effort to make the company younger, especially the management. Lots of long-term employees left. Older employees were passed over for promotions in favor of younger, much less-experienced employees or new hires.
They used to offer certification training, but cut back sharply on this. The reason was people they paid for training were leaving the company after 1 or 2 years.
Overall compensation for your work
The majority of the work here is IT and requires a college degree; however, the majority of employees make under $30k/year.
Office / Work Environment
It's in an industrial park warehouse facility. Windows are rare. Only upper management gets an office. The bathrooms only get cleaned once a week and are already super disgusting by Monday afternoon.
No chance of anything like this, especially if it will cost them money to implement it.
I once got docked on an annual review for leaving every day at 5:00. Seriously. The stated work day is 8:00-5:00 and most of us were salaried, so it was *expected* for employees to work unpaid overtime.
I got valuable experience here. I made some good friends. That's the best I can say about it. The reputation of this company in the area is not good.
They're known for firing people with little or no warning; however, if you survive the first year or two and show you know what you are doing you can work there as long as you like.
Upstairs is not handicap accessible.
Not many people have ever been physically hurt here.
There are some challenging projects; however, most of the company is working in support.
Inclusive / Diverse
With only a few exceptions, you need to be a straight, white, Southern male to succeed here.
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