Dealing with management. The constant back stabbing and the inequality that ran rampant among the lower-tiered employees. Ever changing rules. Take your pick. This place is toxic. Through and through. If you speak out about anything you have a target on your back. If you disagree... target. If you can't become friends with your direct supervisors... target. Heck... you breath wrong and you're a target. Bunch of friends running a sinking ship. Most of management was friends or previously worked with someone who was also management. Not to mention the 'yes-men' leads.
Ever changing rules. What was right 10 minutes ago is now wrong and you will be written up. Lack of communication and cooperative leadership makes a huge challenge
Creepy male supervisors pulling stuff on female workers
It's a challenge working for a company that is rapidly growing and it can be chaotic at times, but overall I love it. There are many learning opportunities for those with the right attitude but unfortunately the fast pace and constantly changing priorities isn't for everyone! I personally thrive in this environment!
Working in Sundial is exciting! The challenge is the feeling of being the pioneer in a new industry.Everyone is a green horn.The workers are mostly from many different previous jobs.There is a lot of university academics,young and old folks,oilfield veterans and first job entrants.Sundial is the future!
Management's lack of talent/experience. Keeping my mouth shut when you see something broken. Critical thinking is not appreciated.
Managing unskilled and inexperienced leaders.
Management is scattered, backstabbing and has no loyalty