- DC Public Library29.Jun 2016
Employees were seldom rewarded for good work.
Some managers were known for watching employees on the security cameras all day and rarely communicated with employees.
Support from management
Managers selected did not possess strong leadership skills. They often could not relate to employees.
The teamwork was reflected in the strength of the manager.
Freedom to work independently
Employees were extremely limited in structuring their areas of responsibility. Attempts to be creative were limited.