Cons: Evcerything about this place.
I made the mistake many have of accepting a position based on a generic job description that had nothing to do with the job I accepted. The culture is horrendous. Open environment leaves no room for privacy, engagement or professionalism. No one can operate like this on a professional level. They also seem to promote those who can't get jobs elsewhere. Rude employees, management won't have your back on any issues at all..the attitude is such that you're expected to take their job they misrepresent, work for someone inappropriate meaning your "boss" and who you do work for isn't who you really report to...they don't tell you that you won't get any increases, which would impact the starting salary - executives are rewarded while workerbees go ignored. Factory job. You're a number. I would rather work for people who appreciate my talents much less who extract them in a appropriate environment. I was unmotivated after week 1 at this job when I was informed that I had to report to someone with my same job title. I made mention to who I reported to to get no results...(he would ask me about the job knowing it wasn't going well to basically say "well, I'm sorry I brought it up" after probing me to complain about it repeated times). Meanwhile, the "rationale" for reporting to someone who isn't in my loop at all was "well, we need a third eye in case we think you're doing well but you really aren't behind the scenes." LOL. EXCUSE ME? I THOUGHT I WAS HIRED AS A PROFESSIONAL ON A PROFESSIONAL SALARY. I NEED A THIRD EYE (AGAIN, ANOTHER ADMINISTRATOR WITH THE SAME JOB TITLE) WHEN I WORK FOR YOU? CRAZY. There is NOTHING right about this company. I'm so glad to be rid of the stress.....I knew all along my "boss'" were a joke and I was right. Good riddance!