The company has gone through a series of changes in attitude, culture and management in recent years. It's too bad that a "do as I say" attitude has taken hold and not using the available talent pool to it's advantage. This extends to managers with new hires wanting to "make their mark". All of this amounts to nothing more than marking a pole like our four legged friends, and demonstrates the ineffective choices for managers that the company makes.
There is absolutely no chance or opportunity to advance from your position, with the only movement being awarded through attrition or by being "old buddies" with those in power.
The job should be enjoyable and stress free to those who understand the aviation culture of "on time departures" and the critical nature of giving clients the service they require to make their jobs and ours possible. Sadly this concept is foreign to the bosses at EFC.