- Ebms16.Nov 2017
Discriminatory depending on the department you are in and your popularity.
Support from management
It depends on who you are and whether or not you are favored.
Decisions made without the input and expertise of those the decisions will affect.
Freedom to work independently
Every second was dictated and measured and in some departments one is expected to be only a robot type worker or to suffer a poor rating.
Overall compensation for your work
High level of knowledge required. Compensation did not match.
Office / Work Environment
No commitment toward ergonomic workstations for those expected to sit all day in a cube isolated from others and produce work.
Dependent upon ones popularity and department.
There is no work life balance unless you are a member of the privileged few.
Image is good within community as no one says what they disagree with or makes a fuss.
There was no job security. Punitive nature of company policies prevented that.
Handicapped workers did not use handicapped parking. That was reserved for handicapped clients and since there was little to no visitors the spaces were 99% unused. Strange.
Dependent upon department, popularity and your ability to press the envelope.
Inclusive / Diverse
Suggestions for improvement
- Leadership should participate in a long workshop perhaps to learn how to lead. Currently they are promoted based on longevity and not expertise as leaders. There is a vastly different treatment of working staff and those considered leaders and discrimination between upper level leaders and middle management leaders.
What I dislike about the company
Leadership, discriminatory practices, departmental prejudices and hostility within various areas, punitive nature of company policy and treatment of employees.
The following benefits were offered to me
- Are you a Current or Former Employee?Former employee