Horrible, revolving door type work place
Assistant (Former Employee) – Los Angeles, CA – March 16, 2016
I worked at Axis for six months, and in that time, I think at least 20 other employees came and went, if not more. Many people would start and quit the same day, or start and quit at lunch time after receiving their first pay check. The expectations were unrealistic, and the atmosphere is one where employees and vendors are verbally abused constantly. Additionally, there's no doubt in my mind that there was a LOT of wage theft happening, since they would often refuse to pay overtime and nickel and dimed every single minute you took for lunch. I was eligible for health insurance after 3 months, but when I inquired about it, the HR manager told me not to bother. They also charged $50 for parking in the lot that they themselves own, further taking advantage of their already underpaid employees.
Maybe things have improved, but a few years ago it was nothing but tears, yelling, and constant searches for new employees after the old ones quit one after one after one. The internet would get turned off because management didn't want to pay the bill. Pens and normal office supplies were kept under lock and key, making it impossible to work. The hardest part of the job was dealing with the constant yelling and drama, and the best part of the job was when 5pm arrived and I got to go home.