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The truth about Bouchard
Employee (Former Employee), SarasotaApril 2, 2013
Pros: they pay for licensing and certifications
Cons: not enough resources, infighting in and between offices, no strategic direction
Bouchard hires non-industry professionals and trains them. You would think that they would have a good training program in place. Unfortunately, management is spread thin as they make operational decisions based on wants vs. feasibility. It does depend on which office you are in. But there is definitely a clique of people who are the stars and the ones – more... who work hard and want to succeed don't get the resources they need to be successful. There is a stated open door policy with no open door. If someone questions a manager, they are blackballed and receive little to no assistance. Certain managers at Bouchard believe that you devote your life to the position. There is no work/life balance. Non-management employees of Bouchard eat, sleep, breathe, and bleed bouchard. As for the potential to make a great compensation... well, I guess it depends on what your definition of earning a living means. – less
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"Best Place to Work" for a reason
Current employee (Current Employee), Clearwater, FloridaMarch 25, 2013
Pros: benefits, culture, dedicated management team
Bouchard consistently wins awards for being a top workplace for a reason. Management team genuinely cares about employees and communicates openly and regularly. Great company culture and excellent benefits.

The most enjoyable part of my job is my coworkers. I work with the best group of people.
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It all depends on which office you are in.
Empolyee (Former Employee), KissimmeeDecember 18, 2012
Pros: salary and benefits
Cons: everything else
The company has several offices and they are very different from each other. Poor, inexperienced manager (VP) who does not understand what leadership is and doesn't like to deal with employees. A thriving culture of entitlement with lying, back stabbing employees. If you are into cowboys, rodeos, hunting and dead animal heads on the office walls, chewing – more... tobacco, like to talk about your colleagues behind their back, make things up and you have a negative attitude, this is the place for you. Be prepared to have your associates appear to accept you and welcome you only to find out that they are bad mouthing you to everyone else. As long as the same people are there, I don't think this will ever change. – less