Just interested in up selling or x selling and was told that if you dont do that you're in E&O lots of pressure and little training, poor computer system and coworkers not very friendly
The pace is frantic and panicked. They reward good work with more work. Rarely finish a day feeling like you made an impact or even a dent in the workload. Tense, unsettling, unhealthy. Everything is lip service.
It’s all fluff. Say one thing, do another. Promote people who have no people skills. Keep people on that are constantly sick, late, or hungover. It’s brutal. I have never worked for a company that was more poorly managed. Growing too fast and making too many changes.
I overwhelming. Everyone is over capacity and max out.
Yes...as someone that was at the corporate level I can attest to the fact that no one matters unless you are at levels above the manager level. They lured me there by using words like transparency, fairness and equal. Nothing could be further from the truth. Words coming from senior levels were things like "transfer of urgency" or "performance management". These phrases were used to address not meeting unrealistic budget targets. Ask questions and you're labelled "not a good fit". And, what I found odd, is unless you are in the habit of constantly reminding these senior VP's how great they are you are somehow black balled....thats fine with me. Off to better things.
High turnover, most people are at new companies within first 6-18 months.
Fast paced environment with supportive leadership. There is a strong emphasis on community spirit
They will hire you then expect you to do everything for yourself. Train yourself, then pile on the work. They do not care about lower staff levels, and the company is so top-heavy it is sickening. All that essentially useless management, which the $$ could go to lower staff, the people that actually keep them in business.
They used to invite new staff to a yearly conference. At the conference only head office employees were rewarded or noticed. not once did I see a manager or lower staff member be recognized or given an award (however small) at this event. Will tell you they "care" about you and the customers, but actions show they don't.