A sinking ship
Supervisors intimidate employees and do not encourage a positive work environment. The daily work environment is filled with stress, anxiety, disorganization, danger and no structure, poor planning. It’s a terrible work environment to come to every day and makes you not want to come to work at all.
Constructive ideas and input are not taken into consideration and quickly brushed off with intimidating or derogatory comments which makes you feel as if you don’t know anything.
NAC Hires inexperienced apprentices who need to be micromanaged and taught along the way. This wastes a lot of time, energy and resources. The employees who are experienced go above and beyond to make up for the inexperienced ones. They don't usually get job advancement or the recognition they deserve. There is very poor communication within management, city and employees which leads to jobs being re-done more than once. High turnover.
The supervisor takes weeks off every few weeks, especially during the busy time. I have no idea how these days are approved, especially in a supervisory position and during the busiest and most critical time of the job. Days taken off over a month in total over the course of several short months, but gives all employees a hard time if they take a day off for a sick child, or have to leave early for an appointment or employee visiting family overseas. Expects everyone to be on the job but yet has no problems leaving at any given time. This is not fair and sends the wrong message to employees that their personal time/situations do not matter.
Everything. Stay away!!!