Low pay, long hours (with no compensation), management heavy, impossible to reach deadlines, poor project organization, only 2 weeks of vacation at most for starting 8-10 days (with rare chance of increase), very biased view points that cause discomfort, contacted during vacation or sick time, and no paid lunch break.
Typical day at work: Fixing a production issue that is caused by lack of organization on a project that was rushed.
I learned that this is not the place for me.
Management can be fine, but generally is lacking in any sort of backbone. Whatever the higher ups say they do. Nobody argues against it, even if it would benefit the company.
Hardest part of the job is dealing with all of the above on a day-to-day basis.
The most enjoyable part of the job was working from home.
The worst part is they do not practice what they preach, hence all the negative press.
Working from home, flexible schedules
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