What I like
Nothing at this point.
What I dislike
Culture of bullying and backstabbing. Lack of ethics in management-if it was not in writing it did not happen. Discrimination and harassment are rampant and encouraged. Zero opportunity for advancement. No work/life balance. No accountability for management. Pay does not cover cost of living.
Suggestions for improvement
Guardian needs to clean house from ops managers on up, then set up a check and balance system to hold ops managers accountable. Every role under ops manager is heavily audited and scored-ops managers should be treated the same. Provide actual management training (as in basic management techniques and people skills). Promote ETHICS over money.
Otherwise they're just going to keep losing good people to the competition. Senior management regularly jokes (within hearing of lower level employees) about not following or caring about the company values.
The bottom line is more important than employee engagement or welfare.
If it is not in writing, it did not happen-and good luck getting it in writing.
Co-workers in the same job are great. Management not so much.
Don't work here if you have a family. There is no work-life balance, there is only Reedgroup.
Support from management
Management only cares about the bottom line and $$$. Employees have died on the clock without management noticing.
Freedom to work independently
Nope. You will be monitored and constantly harassed about your numbers.
Inclusive / Diverse
One of the few good points is diversity.
Office / Work Environment
Unsafe working conditions are ignored.
Many trees died for this job.
Evacuation response for differently abled still needs work-there is no plan for what happens when the elevators are not accessible.
Notification of medical crisis must be emailed to management and HR in explicit detail while the crisis is occurring, and even then employees will be asked to stay. If you did not notify in writing, your medical issue did not happen.
Overall compensation for your work
Pay is not commensurate to similar jobs in the same field.
There are no options for advancement.
The work is not challenging-the challenge is the sheer volume due to understaffing.