Support from management
Depends on your supervisor/line lead, could get really good or really bad support
Varies per group but is mostly non-existent
Freedom to work independently
You are not trusted at all and generally take all blame for any issues regarding your units
Screens on the wall don't qualify as a communication method, you don't have the time to wait and watch slide shows
Everyone has a fair shot
Attitude towards older colleagues
Only those that can keep up with the speed
No opportunities for development, CE, or career growth. At best you can hope to learn other units
Overall compensation for your work
They underpay for the amount of knowledge and skill they demand from you
Office / Work Environment
It's a warehouse with an A/C that doesn't work well, lighting is good but good luck finding and keeping the tools you need at your workstation
Nothing at all
Again depends on your group but they don't care about you
I'm embarrassed to admit I work here
You can be fired for just about anything and everything, a fact they are almost constantly reminding you of. You don't technically work for CSAT, your a temp, a staffer through a temp agency so they can fire without any benefits at any time.
Depending on the entrance you choose you will/won't have handicap accessibility
I do not think they are OSHA compliant but they do try to provide training.
Units can be hard, but so long as it works its good enough
Inclusive / Diverse
They do not want to hear your feedback or thoughts, they just want you working
Suggestions for improvement
- Either invest in employees to vastly reduce the need to constantly be hiring on people or consider automation alternatives. I think the other issues come from too high up to be solved.
What I like about the company
They are upfront and honest about their views of/towards you. You are a nobody who can be replaced. The training, while tedious at times is very useful knowledge and information.
What I dislike about the company
They do not care about employee retention at all. If anything they nurture and develop an environment to ensure you know you are not important. They are disorganized, unfocused, and unable to properly plan and implement anything; from new inventory deployment, to new workstations, to providing new employees with all the tools you need to work on units, to even having enough chairs for the workstations used. The only time anything ever seems to work somewhat decently is when an inspection is happening.