- Mid-Continent Casualty Company15.Dec 2015
Company culture was great at the beginning. New HR head took that away.
Support from management
Supervisor will not stand behind employees equally.
Teamwork was not present because of favoritism.
Freedom to work independently
Due to gossip there is no autonomy.
Couldn't mention anything personal or the gossip would be in other cities' offices before the end of the day.
Career opportunities for women were few. Company was a "good old boy" system.
Attitude towards older colleagues
Seniors not hired. No appreciation for non favorites.
Overall compensation for your work
Compensation and benefits were great until new HR manager. Profits went up and raises went down.
Office / Work Environment
Equipment and area were adequate.
The company had no concern on the employees' social matters.
Years ago family matters and fed time was taken into account for everyone. Now it's favorites.
Favorites talked favorably of the company. All others were afraid to speak.
Job security depended on HR manager and gossipers.
The building was accessible. The HR manager required unliked employees to jump through hoops to work for any illlness or accident.
Company complies with OSHA. However, there were humps and lumps under the carpet which caused tripping hazards.
My work was graded excellent and above until new HR manager was hired. After that time there was no "Atta boys."
Inclusive / Diverse
No diverse opinions were accepted.
Suggestions for improvement
- Supervisor needs to stand behind their employees for their work and not let somebody in another office/city run them over.
What I like about the company
Some coworkers were great. Pay scale is average.
What I dislike about the company
HR manager played favorites even before he met the employee.
The following benefits were offered to me
- CompanyMid-Continent Casualty Company
- CityOklahoma City
- Are you a Current or Former Employee?Former job since 2008