Not a good place for contractors or training
Project Coordinator and Business Analyst (Former Employee) – Englewood, CO – January 4, 2016
I received no training. I learned everything through trial and error, which I must say is an inefficient way to run a company. I was told that everyone in my dept started as a contractor, yet they decided to create my same position within the company, hired someone else and gave her work that would have otherwise come to me. I had some busy weeks, but mostly I was bored out of my mind, constantly asking different managers for work. Then, half the time, I would be told by my direct manager that I couldn't do that work because it didn't fall under my department's duties. Talk about passing the buck. I understand that for risk management purposes, some things need to stay isolated, but there were some tasks that definitely fell within our department. She just didn't want to take the time to teach me, which is ridiculous because any instructions I got from her were delivered in less than 2 min.