Average work environment w/ stagnated development
Supervisor, Operations (Current Employee) – Columbus – September 29, 2016
If you plan on being in leadership, plan on doing so somewhere else. The recruiters will promise whatever it takes to get you to sign on, but it is doubtful the company will ever deliver. Company is heavily tenured and stagnant with both promotions and processes. Workload is not evenly distributed amongst leadership. Tasks will be doled out to whomever has the necessary skillset, which in most cases will be a small handful of cornerstone individuals. The other leadership is generally allowed to subsist and do what they are capable of doing while remaining in the same pay band as the workhorses. Promotions will come and go as long as you are part of the "good ol boy" club. Having conducted a number of interviews myself, I can safely say that a hiring decision has typically already been made before the first resume gets submitted.
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Pay scale, demands on personal time, advancement