- SeaPort Petroleum13.Nov 2015
People were pitted against each other. If you were friendly to someone that had been out-casted, you would be subject to dirty looks and judgement.
Support from Management
Extremely unprofessional. Favoritism, discriminatory behavior, retaliation, bullying (which was committed, encouraged, and not confronted), creating a hostile & toxic atmosphere, and playing employees against each other regularly occurred. If you wanted to talk to someone about it there was no one to turn to because all of the managers were the people instituting it, and creating the atmosphere in which it was encouraged to thrive. Once, our corporate office sent a survey that was supposed to be confidential. A co-worker told me she was going to be brutally honest in her assessment, and within one week of the survey, she was fired. The reason she was given was because "boundaries were crossed." Once I made a complaint to our corporate office, and no one contacted me back at all.