In the year or less that I worked for this company in CT, I went from having no problems at locations I worked at to being the black sheep being harassed by male management (who had formed a group friendship outside of work) on a daily basis. It started when one of the male managers began threatening me, yelling and blowing up at me over minor clerical errors that were easily fixed, and making me so nerved up I would cry and dread going to work every day. I kept track of his actions and behavior toward me, and filed a complaint with the district manager. Apparently my complaint never made it to HR. I became the floater, and was scheduled at different sites around Hartford, CT. The only locations where I encountered any kind of problem with the management were the ones run by the group of male manager friends. Anytime I worked at the women run location my work was appreciated and accepted as satisfactory without complaint. I was so glad to find a new job elsewhere when I did. If I hadn't I would have had a nervous breakdown, as I was well on my way to one.
The job offered benefits.
Completing work of an Assistant Property Manager without the title or the pay.