Associate, Remote - January 8, 2016
So much to do in too little time. Consistently chaotic, poorly planned field implementation and scheduling. Inconsistent management. Project files are scattered all over the place - just ridiculous. So much wheel spinning and time/money wasting that solvency remains a miracle. No safety training of any kind. Long days for field people, core office people get all the perks. Leadership thinks software is the answer when competence remains waiting behind Door #2. Assessors bear the brunt of it, it can't be fixed so it is what it is. 20 - somethings with their first job leave quickly to any possible greener pasture and older workers stop caring - it's a paycheck. Great people work there but that isn't translating into a worthwhile professional endeavor for many who have to work there.