Poor management gives mixed signals and doesn't deliver on promises
Talent Acquisition Coordinator (Current Employee) – Brookfield, WI – 16 February 2017
There was minimal training involved, but high expectations to produce results. The management was primarily nonexistent, and that would be why some people might think there is a high work/life balance, because employees pretty much come and go as they please. This company lacks structure, and is very misleading to its employees upon hire, and promising without delivering any type of benefits or pay incentives. One employee was crying at her desk on her first day of employment because nobody gave her any direction whatsoever on what she was expected to do, so the person who referred her to work there went to spend the day with her to get her set up on her computer even though it wasn't her responsibility, and she worked in a completely different department than the new hire. This is one example of poor management, but there are numerous others.
allowed to work independently
lack of structure, training, benefits, and management