There is often a lot of autonomy when management will expect you to do plenty but if not trained properly, then it could lead to making some mistakes as a new hire. Especially if management isn't in the office.
Conditions aren't always fair. Management did treat employees to special things such as trips, buying lunch, having family nights out, etc. but I would have rather see that extra money go to things such as bonuses or raises.
Support from management
Management is not very professional in handling certain work situations. The work load is often too much for one employee due to being constantly understaffed. You could be expected to finish work outside of the office but overtime pay is hard to get.
If you mess up, you may be asked to pay up...out of your own pocket...or with working extra time to cover the loss, some employees questioned if it was legal to do so.
We were always informed about results, successes and failures through regular meetings. You always know where you stand with the clients and management Whether good or bad.
Attitude towards older colleagues
This job deals with a lot of computers and learning multiple systems that some older generations may shy away from but if you are computer efficient you can learn the work
Not much room for advancing
Overall compensation for your work
Wages and salaries do not match duties asked to perform. No benefits.
Office / Work Environment
Very comfortable, pleasant atmosphere to get work completed. Equipment was always up to date
The work life balance can improve. You may be asked to complete heavy work load outside of your work time at office or stay late. You are able to rearrange your schedule if there is family emergencies which is good. There could be work time as there is no full time employee
Do not feel the job position is stable at all. Dealing with construction, landscaping, repairs, etc, weather, certain seasons, or slowing of work can give you less work time