There was not a culture which valued and fostered good communication. I spent most of my time unsure as to who exactly I worked for.
Support from management
I was given little to no real training. Management spent a month on vacation, and there was not a back-up assigned to do his job while he was away.
Our crew had some teamwork, but with the blame game being popular, this did not extend far.
Freedom to work independently
I was free to work independently, and once I had the tools, this worked well. However, my lack of training early on made this difficult to do effectively.
Internal communication was lacking. The jobsite was a game of pass-the-buck.
Our crew often objectified women, though not to their faces.
Attitude towards older colleagues
The older colleagues, from what I saw, did not experience any sort of ageism.
Overall compensation for your work
They paid well for easy work. The work-life balance was not so good though...
At this job, you could be transferred to a different job at any time, and this made making plans in advance difficult.
They were really good at keeping their image up.
I was not trained well, which set me up for failure. Hence, I changed jobs.
Inclusive / Diverse
There was no overt racism, except for one problem person.