- Faithlife Corporation13.Jan 2016
Suggestions for improvement
- Keep the feel of a family owned, small company, and acknowledge that organizational structure and communication to the frontline workers needs to change to keep up with a fluid marketplace.
I like about the employer
Very generous to employees with perks and it has a great corporate culture. It really tries to keep a small company feel even with the growing pains it's gone through.
I dislike about the employer
There are too many areas where workers are kept guessing, like employment issues, i.e. layoffs. Rumors abound. Faithlife has resisted and even prided itself on not having or wanting a human resource department. However, growing as it has and with a satellite office, it is needed to maintain accountability and fairness when dealing with employee issues. The current positions that serve as close to a human resource department as they have are just not equipped to handle employee situations the company faces.
Too many decisions in all aspects of the business are made by the executive team and not communicated to the folks who are to execute the decisions, which leads to some resentment and confusion.