- Sandys Towing14.Nov 2015
Support from management
When there is/was a conflict, the complainer, whether right or wrong, was moved to a position the complainer demanded. Usually, not qualified for job the person was moved to.
People worked well with each other with what information was available to them. 50/50 split due to some employees would not be willing to help out.
Women are treated very poorly in that when a job opened up which a female had extensive knowledge and experience, the job would go to a man with zero skills. With that said, a woman who is easily talked down to or perhaps not very bright would get jobs that others were skilled for. This was/is perceived as possibly a way to keep the male bosses feeling powerful. Or maybe some other reason since it was so obvious the smart females were left in jobs where their brains wouldn't be a problem for the males in higher positions. This perception was/is unanimous with employees.
Employees always allowed to out their families first. If a need came up for a work delay or assistance in most any form, employee was accommodated easily. No fuss.
Suggestions for improvement
- Use the skills you pay people for. Some folks don't belong in their given positions but thrive in other areas.
What I like about the company
Worked well with workers to accommodate the workers desired schedule.
What I dislike about the company
Do not utilize employees individual skills to better the company. Instead, moves employees into positions for employers personal reasons, not personnel reasons.
- CompanySandys Towing
- Are you a Current or Former Employee?Former job since 2015