- LocalEdge (Amherst, NY / United States)24.Nov 2015
It seemed that appearance (beauty) made more of an impact then education, experience and sensibility. I understand that appearance is important however it should factor in with other attributes you bring to the table. This company only cared about looks. Qualified and experienced people who had families and were employed for a longer period of time; were overlooked for younger prettier girls just walking in the door.
Support from Management
Supervisor was mainly interested in the real pretty girls, work relationship was more than that between supervisor and employees. Girls who sat around doing their hair and makeup at their work stations were given higher recognition than those men and women who actually performed. There was always animosity between employees and departments. Particular supervisors formed cliques with employees and treated them with a much higher regard then others.