- YMCA16.Aug 2017
Suggestions for improvement
- Better training
Although the company "promoted" health and a family environment the reality was people were not treated as such. You were expected to work during your off hours as well to "catch up".
There was a significant lack of leadership. It was a figure it out or get out.
Simply non existent.
You were left to do your job alone. Were i do bekieve in allowing employees to work alone and at their pace, I believe management should followup with employees and ensure they are handling their work load and responsibilities without any problems.