Dream is a great company to work for, but had to make some downsizing decisions, and I knew the properties I worked at would sell.
The best thing to do is know the business. Know your accounting how to do recovery calculations. The business doesn't let you hide behind someone else.
If you were in charge, what would you do to make Dream Unlimited a better place to work?
Management training. Some managers do not have interpersonal skills. They can come across as standoffish