- PayPal27.Feb 2017
The culture is highly unprofessional. People are allowed to wear anything which includes shorts, flip-flops and especially most annoying, headphones. It is extremely difficult to trust and respect a manager who dresses in cargo shorts with holes in them and a dirty t-shirt that can barely cover HER goiter/stomach roll and which also exposes all of her tattoos. Similarly for men it is not easy to look someone in the eye and respect them when they're wearing a leather kilt (this actually happened) or you can't see their face because it is obscured by a beard down to his waist. At least he braided it... Clothes also seem to have not seen the inside of a washing machine in several weeks. Also, they seem to take the service animal allowance just a little too far: I saw a woman who had a "qualifying" service animal for her very apparent emotional needs: It was a small schnauzer that she pushed around the building in a baby carriage stroller - to meetings, the cafeteria, wherever!
Support from Management
We were told what our goals were without input from the rank and file as to whether this was realistically attainable. For over a month the managers were unavailable during work hours. Turns out they were all in training to learn how to do our jobs because they had no idea what the position entailed. Talk about cart before the horse scenario.