- ISO New England Inc.21.Jan 2018
Suggestions for improvement
- Nothing, I enjoy the culture and current policies in place.
Pays well, good benefits
Management is status quo, is critical of staff, seems to dislike its customers since they are a not-for-profit in a regulated industry, maintain policies and procedures that don't make sense or are outdated, slow to change or incorporate new ideas, veil themselves with complexity over directness, bureaucracy over efficiency, and prefer vagueness over clarity, do not cross collaborate and when they do on rare occasion it is awkward and frustrating, managers gossip and are unprofessional, discussing information about subordinates (like salary, competence, etc.) with other subordinates, seem to mistrust employees, track every move throughout buildings with card swipe and cameras, promote individuals with severely lacking interpersonal skills to management positions, foster (do not deter) interoffice politics and infighting, foul language used by management more often than not.
A great place to retire.
Lack of accountability, but decent compensation to keep you on board.
They try but are overruled.
After the fact.
Like tenured staff, regardless of competence.
What career development?
Compensated for "competitive" appearance.