Pros: ability of some to work from home
Cons: micromanagement, no clear job description, insurance was as terrible as the management
Chaotic Training with misinformation often given. Day started and ended with micromanagement of constantly changing job duties sometimes every 15 minutes, constant interruptions from Management, which makes it hard to do a job that requires accuracy in documents. Encourage to ask someone else anytime there was a question, Manager or Upper Management rarely could answer questions. Management did not know how to do common daily job duties! Meetings regularly rescheduled at the last minute and no one is ever prepared to start on time or had technical difficulties every time. Discouraged anyone from speaking up on conference calls with concerns about overwhelming responsibilities. Never witnessed Management jumping in to do the job when demands were high, I am not certain they would know where to start!
No place for the experienced that gets how to do the job. Each time a question was ask talked down to & told to just do it. Technical problems take days to weeks to fix, but that does not stop your responsibilities.