District Manager, Alberta - 2 February 2016
It was a very rewarding experience - for the first 2 years. Constant changes in Upper Levels and Company Direction made it exceptionally difficult to execute a consistent plan for success. Budgets were often released 1 or more months into the year, "Incentive Contests" put extra pressure on the few Performers to pick up the slack from those who weren't executing (often with the lower-performers therefore winning the incentives). Inconsistent training led to many good workers being terminated due to mistakes; despite trying to cut labour costs there is very little actions taken to reduce turnover consistently. Salaries varied wildly between individuals working at the same level, often starting wage and raises were arbitrary and not followed a consistent plan.