Initially, I was onboard to potentially want to retire with this company. Now, I will not. My number one priority was ALWAYS the member/client/family.
I was not a perfect employee but, I do and did learn from my mistakes, as we must first fail to do better.
The GREAT Maya Angelou has been quoted as saying, “I did then what I knew how to do. Now that I know better, I do better.”
This AZCA office/company taught me HOW to do [this/it] better and I am a better individual as a result. I learnt [this/it] without the mentorship from the assigned supervisors/managers.
Proper and efficient training programs are lacking.
This office expected you to work 40+ hours a week.
The lower star ratings on Compensation/Benefits and Job Security/Advancement are due to "other" influences in my life and not necessarily a direct reflection of what the company might offer its employees.
Management in the office I worked for needs a complete overhaul...
Job Culture... correlates to the toxic managers in the office. What is the saying about how good employees leave their positions due to the supervisor(s) and not the workload itself...
I loved the clients assigned to me and will miss them.