Unless you really need a job or have lowered expectations...
Supervisor/Manager (Current Employee) – Morrisville, NC – March 22, 2014
There is a lot of turnover on all levels -- Management likes to tout growth, when in reality the number of people coming in versus those going out is pretty much even. A lot of people come in with energy, but soon get drained or discouraged -- a lot of current workers are looking to get out.
Morale and engagement is low, some of it due to the contract industry business model (it's all about getting the projects done by the end of the month), but a lot of it due to people not feeling valued, lack of development opportunities, poor communication, poor and/or outdated processes and systems, the focus on profit over quality (compliance and work/life balance)...the list can go on and on...
Management is poor and is out of touch with front line workers. Middle managers and supervisors don't get a lot of guidance, training, nor support (especially on the people-managing side). There is a lot of growth opportunity project-wise, but poor planning makes it tougher than it should be.
Corporate only seems focused on squeezing every cent -- and focusing on helping to get the business sold.
It can be a good place if one just needs a job, but not really as a place to have a career.
Management, low engagement, lack of investment in people and processes