The Publications Department has a well-documented history of bullying and harassment by management that HR and senior executives choose to overlook. Although everyone in the department is a college graduate, demonstrates a solid work ethic, and delivers quality products on schedule, they are treated like children who require continuous oversight and correction. Movements are tracked to the second using a swipe card system, and there is zero flexibility in terms of breaks, appointments, vacation days, start times, etc. The money and benefits are decent, but management is unapproachable, disparaging, and uncompromising. There are too many reasons to list why there is so much staff turnover for this position.
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