Director, United States - January 30, 2016
Bright view started out as a great place to work. As time went on the work life balance became very poor. Bright view takes advantage of their directors and plays favoritism. Executive directors and other directors are allowed to do whatever they want and if you report it or ask for help you will be sorry. If you'd like this to continue to be a great place to work, do not bring any new ideas to the table, conform to all bright view beliefs, do not report anything that you see wrong (people who are aware of state regulations and laws beware!), and have low ethical standards and low expectations for professionalism. If you're a director, respect your staff because they will be your saving grace! In other words, in other to succeed at bright view you Must be a sheep or at least be OK with being a sheep and having a poor work life balance- there is no way to make that better without becoming frustrated. From what I know about the CEO I like her but I'm not sure that she knows all of what happens at the community level and how unhappy her best employees really are.