- Wolverine Construction, Inc.12.Nov 2015
Absolutely no trust within every department, so much so that there was an everlasting disgruntled employee environment.
Support from management
Skill sets were not properly matched between employee & positions that were assigned. There was evident lack of experience beginning with the management roles that trickled down into the field workers. HR was not properly utilized or kept in formed of hiring and terminations.
There was a huge disconnect between management & administative staff to include regional offices, which resulted in lack of teamwork & very low morale.
Freedom to work independently
Workload was definitely not distributed fairly in the field, but that was because of the lack of supervisory skills that leaders did not possess.
Catastrophic gap in communication. HR was kept out of the loop with the on boarding and terminating of employees. Safety/OSHA issues were often not documented properly and/or reported to the leadership.
Women were definitely discriminated against within the company in any department that a woman was in.
Career progression was not supported on any level.
Overall compensation for your work
Texas Pay Day Law was a constant violation. Compensation and Benefits was not offered to every employee. The Affordable Care Act was not supported. Employees pay issues were mismanaged and/or not resolved on a timely manner.
Office / Work Environment
While there were plans of renovation for office locations. The housing locations of employees was extremely poor.
Employees were overworked, underpaid, discriminated against, labor laws were violated. Discrimination was a huge issue between the management and staff.
Employees morale was so low that the company had a poor reputation that was supported by the full time employees.
NO! OSHA standards were not met. Training was poor and/or nonexistent. Annotation of training conducted and completion was inaccurate.
Absolutely! The company went through a partnership break up & realignment with a new CEO, so issues would pop up daily. Any project that was completed was a very small step to moving in the right direction. However, even that was not enough.
Inclusive / Diverse
Diverse opinions and ideas were rarely supported.
Suggestions for improvement
- Outsource your payroll department.
What I like about the company
There was a handful of employees that I directly worked with that helped make my tour with Wolverine tolerable.
What I dislike about the company
The lack of ownership that the leadership did not take.
- CompanyWolverine Construction, Inc.
- CitySan Antonio
- Are you a Current or Former Employee?Former job since 2015
- DepartmentHuman resources/recruiting