management is a nightmare, lots of cliques who gang up on people to force them out
Medical Support Assistant (Former Employee) – Kansas City, MO – June 22, 2016
the management was absolutely terrible, very lazy, turned a blind eye to issues that were brought to their attention repeatedly. they tried different approaches to scare the underlings - from pretending to be nice, to yelling at people (actually raising their voice and yelling), to giving people intimidating looks and maintaining a cold shoulder/distance towards their underlings. they behaved more like they were prison guards, than actual managers.
this meant that rules were broken repeatedly by the underlings who knew what the management was going to ignore. there were many workplace violations that should not occur in a normal workplace, but were occurring on a daily or weekly basis at this place, because management would pick and choose when to do something about it, (which was rarely) especially if it was one of the management's favorites who was the perpetrator.
co-workers varied, some were very dedicated at their work, some did enough just to get by, but the majority seemed to love to gossip and play in the drama games, and try to duck out of doing actual work whenever possible.
this place was like being in prison, it was not like actually working at a real job. just like in prison, you had to figure out what to do in order to survive. if you had time to focus on the Veterans, that would have been a bonus.